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Choosing a real estate agent is like choosing a mattress – make the wrong selection and you’ll end up with sleepless nights left contemplating all of the money you have lost on this uncomfortable investment. “If the shoe doesn’t fit, don’t force it,” says Adrian Goslett, regional

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While the lower priced (average price = R364,937) area value bands have remained the segments with the strongest average house price growth in Q1 2018 according to FNB, the fact is their price indices are showing slowing quarter-on-quarter growth. The Middle (average price = R895,089)

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There are many uses for drones in sectional title schemes, for example for inspection of the scheme’s roof for maintenance purposes. The use of drones has been unregulated and essentially illegal until recently. New rules, found in Part 101 of the South African Civil Aviation Regulations

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If you’re a first time buyer, then you are probably only just beginning to realise how expensive furniture can be. That three-piece lounge suite you’ve had on your “Dream Home” inspiration board probably seems like nothing but an unrealistic fantasy to you now. But, a

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So you have decided to sell your home. You may even have started the marketing process or appointed an estate agent to assist you in the marketing efforts. However, if you are looking to attract the best buyers with the best offers there are certain things

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At this time of the year it seems that we are all bouncing from one holiday season to the next long weekend and as such, chances are you have either been someone’s house guest or even received house guests yourself recently. And while visiting friends and

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We continue seeing sensational reports on the question of land expropriation without compensation and especially those around land grabs which seem to be rearing its head in various areas. Stuart Manning, CEO for the Seeff Property Group says, however, that the question of land expropriation

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