There are few things in the world that smells more like home than freshly baked bread. It takes me back to times on the farm where Gran would bake bread in the old wood stove. The aroma would fill their humble home and come chasing
Negotiation touches every part of our lives. Relationships in business and in our personal lives are negotiated. And the skills to do it effectively can often mean the difference between getting what you want or losing out. You don’t get what you deserve, you get
The Bridges not Barriers campaign is planning to appeal a decision by the City Municipal Planning Tribunal to approve a 19-storey development, which it says will cut off the views of Bo-Kaap and further divide the neighbourhood from the city. Residents are particularly worried about the precedent
There is little “excitement or exuberance” in the level of buy-to-let home buying, and even a possible decline in significance according to Q2 2016 FNB Estate Agent Survey.
As a percentage of total home buying, buy-to-let purchases are estimated by survey respondents to have moved lower,
Not all property purchases are equal. Buyers need to be savvy, well-informed decision makers from the start to ensure success and make the property purchase a cornerstone to wealth creation.
Adrian Goslett, regional director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa emphasises that decision made during
Few things are as exciting as sharing the news as expecting parents. The cost considerations can easily cloud the experience though. If it is your first baby you have suddenly transitioned from being independent to someone responsible for the care of a child and need
At HomeTimes we’re all about loving all aspects of your home, and a part of that is travelling so that you can appreciate your space even more.
As exciting as travelling may be, the idea of hauling young children across country can convince the best of
Estate agents surveyed in Q2 2016 presented a picture of a “well balanced market”, according to John Loos, FNB household and property sector strategist. “However, indications are that the slowing demand trend has resumed in Q2 after a brief stalling in the previous quarter, supply
What does the law say when dealing with the onus, or burden of proof, on parties when approaching a court for relief on a metering dispute?
In the recent Euphorbia (Pty) Ltd t/a Gallagher Estates v City of Johannesburg case, the applicant (Gallagher) was sued by
The Atlantic Seaboard has seen a small shift in its residential property market, with the freehold sector ceding a portion of its market share to the sectional title sector.
According to Brendan Miller, Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International Realty Atlantic Seaboard and City Bowl CEO, this is