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Digital disruptor Eazi.com, which sells property for a fixed fee of R39,500 on successful conclusion of a sale, reports high demand and activity in the sought-after Helderberg areas of Strand, Gordon’s Bay and Somerset West in the Cape’s Boland region, particularly in the price range

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A recent surge in interest from South Africans wishing to invest their money in offshore property has resulted in Jawitz Properties partnering with leading UK property developer, SevenCapital, to provide people with an understanding of where and what to look for investment purposes. The Jawitz and

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University of Mpumalanga calls on private homeowners to help alleviate the shortage in student accommodation. While the number of students at the University of Mpumalanga are predicted to increase to 50,000 in 2019 and 2020, demand for accommodation outstrips supply by a large margin. Carien Brink, Seeff’s

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Traditionally, when renting out a property, a landlord would charge a tenant for the first month’s rental and a deposit equal to the first month’s rental prior to giving the tenant occupation to the property. The difficulty with this model is that it is affecting

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Boasting what is arguably Cape Town’s best view of the Cape Peninsula, with contemporary grand designs featuring the latest technology, as well as a nature reserve on its doorstep, there’s no denying that Baronetcy Estate in Plattekloof, is the “Atlantic Seaboard” of the Northern Suburbs.

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This was always going to be one of South Africa’s toughest budgets with enormous pressure on government resources in an extremely difficult economic environment. Under the circumstances, relatively new Finance Minister Tito Mboweni can be praised for his disarming honesty and openness about the vast

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