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Where an estate agent is the effective cause of a sale of immovable property the seller will be liable for the commission payable. In some rare cases the purchaser can instruct an agent to find a property which fits specified criteria and the purchaser would then

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You’re off on holiday soon after another frenetic year. You’ve saved hard to pay for a week or two of relaxation away from home but at the same time you want to make sure you keep your household consumable expenses under control. Switching off your electric geyser

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The HomeBid success train keeps on rolling with Nimrod Rakgwathe doing 20 sales again for November 2018, matching his record sales number in September. Lauren Lewis was the Sales Agent of the Month with 18 sales but with a higher sales number in rand terms than Nimrod

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A life-changing bamboo housing project, called CUBO, for the new worker population in Manila is environmentally friendly and extremely quick and cheap to build, and also has potential for Africa’s housing. Earl Patrick Forlales, 23 from Manila, has won the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)

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An arbitrator, in an application brought to the Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) by the owner of a unit in a KwaZulu-Natal sectional title complex against the trustees of the complex, has found that the trustees’ decision to refuse her permission to install her air

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No one can argue that electrical geysers are serial offenders when you eyeball your electricity consumption at the end of every month. And these units have a relatively short life span offset, some might say, by their low cost and relatively easy replacement (even if installed

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KwaZulu-Natal’s North Coast has been home to more than R2,2bn in residential sales year-on-year. Insight into this growth and a real vision for the area has resulted in the largest private landowners within KwaZulu-Natal masterminding a R76bn masterplan for the North Coast, which is already

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Cape Town’s traditionally exuberant rental market has, by all accounts, had a tough 2018. Rental growth figures have been stagnating and even decreasing in some cases, and landlords across the board have had to up their game to attract and retain good tenants. According to John

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