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Q1 Hi, I am a new property owner and I recently purchased an apartment in Glenwood, Durban. The property was occupied by a tenant at the time of acquisition and when that lease expired, it was let to a new tenant. The tenant (a pastor), has indicated

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Q Hi, I am an owner in a townhouse complex. With regard to exclusivity of private gardens what is the owner responsible for if a wall is coming down. Is it the owner or body corporate’s responsibility? We are in a situation where we have flats and villas. Any

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The day you viewed your soon-to-be rental home you noticed that some things that you had gotten used to in your previous home were not in your intended new home. Things like a ceiling fan in the main bedroom, a glass shower panel and shower

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You may have driven past Umthunzi Valley on Walton Road in Midrand, or received a flyer at a nearby traffic intersection, but you have not had the time to stop in for a look around. No matter; we've got you covered. Umthunzi Valley, developed by family-owned Foce

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Q Our estate is a common law association. Should we consider changing over to a non-profit company? What are the pro's and cons of each? - Harry A Got a burning question? Email david@hometimes.co.za  

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Every lease agreement should contain common clauses like annual escalations and exit clauses. But what happens when they are not included in your lease agreement? Got a question? Email david@hometimes.co.za  

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150,000. That’s the number of people who saw a recent container home album share on our Facebook page, resulting in the post being clicked on more than 24,000 times, receiving almost 520 comments and more than 360 shares. Much of this was organic traffic too,

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Since its inception in March 2017, the Attorney Realtor Hub (The Hub) has already proven itself as a valued platform for many attorneys wanting to better serve their clients – in the form of helping to sell their clients’ properties, over and above the list

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It has become increasingly common for gardens to become smaller, especially in communal living developments – garden space is of course a commodity. With this a reality for many homeowners, choosing the right-sized trees to plant is vital. Spargo Landscape Consultants has helped us compile

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