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Q All of our properties have separate entrances, linked only by the shared wall. There is no common property. If we can install individual prepaid meters for our water, is a reserve fund and maintenance fund still required? – Nadine A Dear Nadine, as long as you are

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As the summer holidays approach, ensure you don’t miss out on giving these suburbs a look. Seeff calls it, saying these suburbs can be distinguished from other areas based on their vibe, proximity to important amenities and activities, affordability, important developments or developmental opportunities in

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Areas such as Bramley in Johannesburg are offering the market the value for money that becomes increasingly important in a subdued economy. Edgar Mhlope, Bramley, Bramley View and Bramley Gardens area specialist for Lew Geffern Sotheby’s International Realty said that these areas are enjoying such high

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Discerning homeowners are adjusting their demands of what the ideal home has to offer. Homes need to offer convenience, compactness and manageability while being responsive to natural surrounds and the demands of modern living. All this while still being representative of the individuality of the

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Fransche Hoek Estate in Franschhoek, 80km from Cape Town and 30km from Stellenbosch, currently has only two stands available. Sized at 800m² each and priced at R2,1m, the estate is set among vineyards and indigenous fynbos and proteas in the winelands valley of the Drakenstein Mountains. According

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Nimbati Estate, a 30-unit full-title development in Brentwood Park, in Kempton Park, Gauteng, is on the market. The estate, developed by owner-developers, Jill and Jacques Myburgh, is situated on 20,000m² of land surrounding their own residence, and offers buyers plots and the choice of four

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Is the “Three Strikes Rule”, often utilised by landlords to create an instant cancellation mechanism in the event of a tenant repetitively breaching a lease, still valid in terms of the amendments made to our common law of landlord and tenants by the Consumer Protection

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The rains that Johannesburg so desperately needed arrived in a great deluge on Wednesday (9 November, 2016) causing flash flooding which resulted in deaths and large-scale damage to property. Bearing the brunt of this disaster was the informal settlement of Setswetla in Alexandra. The settlement is

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