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Q Hi, I live in a sectional title complex with 13 units. A tenant started a business and has staff living in another two units. At the AGM the other owners agreed to allow him to run his business, which I believe is mainly online/internet based.

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TPN Credit Bureau has said that the Rental Housing Amendment Act of 2014 is not law yet and that there is no indication that it will become law in the near future. The credit bureau, which is used by thousands of property practitioners and private landlords on

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The Rental Housing Tribunal (RHT) is an independent body appointed in terms of the Rental Housing Act. Its main purpose is to be a middleman in resolving disputes between landlords, tenants and rental agents with regards to residential dwellings. These disputes often relate to unfair

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The Free Market Foundation’s (FMF) Khaya Lam Land Reform Project announced today that another 101 residents of Vredefort in the Free State will receive the title deeds to their homes, bringing the total number of transfers completed to date to 3,197. The 101 title deeds have

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When it comes to investment property, what matters more: rental yield or capital growth? As with all answers to questions around good property investments, there is no “right” answer, or a simple one-size-fits-all piece of advice. According to Michelle Cohen, principal at Leapfrog Johannesburg North East and

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Between October and December 2018, a total of 42,248 bond registrations were recorded at the deeds offices, totalling an amount of R45,860,040,000. This translates into a 5.4% increase in the amount of bonds registered in the previous quarter – the exact same percentage by which

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