Are you aware of the many kinds of invasive species which are found in South Africa? I am not only talking about weeds which are found in gardens; yes, a lot of the weeds are invasive but to be able to identify the multitude of
Lease renewal time on your house or flat has arrived, but did you know that last year’s rental hike isn’t necessarily applicable for the year ahead? The days of a “standard” 10% increase on residential properties are all but extinct and that in tough economic
Is this “dunning charge” imposed by the Cape Town City Council legal? If so, is it for the landlord’s or the tenant’s account?
Insofar as dunning charges are concerned, the City of Cape Town is lawfully entitled to impose such charges upon property owners, and it is
There is no user manual for all aspects of homeownership, from moving, to taking occupation and to maintaining and understanding common and uncommon defects. Albert van Wyk has more than 38 years’ worth of building experience and has put all he has learned into a
The Garden Route and Eastern Cape region performed better than expected last year, said Tony Ketcher, regional manager for the Seeff property group’s operations across the region, saying that Seeff’s branches recorded some of the best activity in more than five years.
Lightstone data for the
In January, 12.3% of properties sold for a loss – and 76% of these homes (9.4%) were sold for 5% less than their original purchase price.
This is according to John Loos, FNB’s household and property sector strategist, who said according to deeds data property transfers
Demand for sectional title apartments in key nodes throughout northern Johannesburg has continued to gain momentum in the first month of 2017, said Chris Renecle, MD of Renprop.
Renecle noted that this demand is predominantly seen in the middle market for properties priced between R1m and
After just fourteen weeks on the market the historic Cape Villa built by the well-known De Villiers family in 1860, sold for R22m.
Marketed and sold by Ann Broderick of RE/MAX Elite, the home has had several owners since it was built in the Victorian era,
I have a tenant who has permission from the landlord to sub-let her apartment. If we do a sub-let lease, who is the landlord in this case? Do we take an additional deposit? It is an unmanaged lease, so can we charge another finder's fee