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Cape Town homeowners who are considering selling their homes in the near future should ensure they get their plumbing certificates from the municipality before Day Zero arrives. This is according to Craig Guthrie, specialist conveyancing attorney at Guthrie Colananni, who said, “According to the City of

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The property market is significantly influenced by sentiment and consumer confidence. Increased political uncertainty, low economic growth and inflationary pressures caused property buyers to ease off on new property purchases during 2017. This was according to Rhys Dyer, CEO of bond originator ooba, who noted that reduced demand

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“Hey love, check out this home in Sunward Park in Boksburg.” “Ja, it’s nice. But that levy!? Yoh, it’s too much.” Tshepo first commented on one of the homes advertised for sale on HomeTimes’ Facebook page in October last year. This was roughly the same time HomeTimes

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House price growth slowed by almost a full percent in 2017, compared with 2016’s 4.8%. This was according to FNB’s House Price Index which pegged house price growth in 2017 at 3.7% - the third consecutive year of slowing annual average price growth. “Based on 11

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How do current members of the ANC know what will happen in the future if they remove the strict protection of property rights from the constitution? Was being without property rights for generations not enough warning as to what can happen? Are they prepared to

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In addition to ongoing development across Gauteng, large scale growth is especially predicted for the northern and north western suburbs of Johannesburg where platforms such as Airbnb are creating interesting trends in the Sandton property market in particular. Dave Lewis, Seeff Sandton’s developments manager, said in

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