Capetonians are bracing for the onset of Day Zero – the day the City turns off the taps and residents will have to collect their 25 litre water ration at one of 200 public distribution points. Should this day arrive, the social and economic impact
It’s show day! The home you viewed online is perfect: it’s in the right suburb, is within your budget and has all the features you really want in a forever home.
As you arrive, you are greeted with a friendly smile and welcoming handshake.
“Come on in,”
Being a landlord is not for everyone. It is not an easy way to supplement your income or make a living and it is definitely not just about signing lease agreements and collecting rent.
“Many landlords underestimate the amount of time and energy it can require
So you’ve decided to adopt a four-legged friend. Don’t be in a hurry to take this new family member home; take your time to get to know the breed of dog you’re considering and ensure you know everything you may have to know.
To avoid stress,
Examining the FNB House Price Indices for the country’s major regions, gradually slowing price growth in what has been the country’s top performing region in recent years, the Western Cape, continued in 2017Q4.
The year-on-year average house price growth for the Western Cape measured 4.4% in
The harsh reality of our beautiful country is that you are unlikely to access any form of news media without reading about a crime or assault. I like to stay positive and approach things from a “What can I do?” angle, so when I was
According to the FNB Estate Agent Surveys through 2017, the estimated average first time home buyer level was 20.27% of total home buying for the year. This is at almost the same level as the 20% average for 2016, a more-or-less sideways move last year,
With everything firmly back to normal, and mornings the customary crazy rush for many, I’m sure, we wanted to test four ways of making eggs, and while we’re at it, help you perfect your get-out-of-the-house-with-sanity-intact routine.
Eggs really tie a breakfast together. They’re great in so
As a long-term investment, it makes sense to start building a property portfolio as early in life as possible, but with prices as high as they are in many parts of South Africa, getting that first foot in the door can be a daunting prospect.
Dum… Dum… Dum… School is starting. It’s time to start getting the kids ready for the new school year. With all the excitement of the holidays and the late nights watching movies and just enjoying their vacation this is sure to be a bit of