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Cape home buyers will pay a premium of between 20% and 40% for a location close to a top-ranked school, and areas close to top schools and universities also tend to fare better during a market downturn. This is according to Samuel Seeff, chairman of Seeff

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Legislation requires that all geysers comply with certain standards and requirements in order to limit risks and damage. The Institute of Plumbing South Africa (IOPSA) have various regulations e.g. table B of SANS 10254 which deals specifically with the replacement of geysers. In terms of

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In a historic development that could spell faster and more efficient conveyancing processes, a local deeds office has registered its first electronically signed property transfer. The property of Zelda Lendon (68) was registered in the Bloemfontein deeds office in early July with the Power of Attorney

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Sorry to disappoint the sci-fi junkies out there, but futuristic movies that portrayed glistening silver cities filled with metallic buildings might have missed the mark. The world is slowly but surely becoming a more environmentally responsible place filled with natural and recyclable materials. So, rather

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If a person has chosen to invest in a few properties to rent out, but chances are they won’t own more than 10 units, they would probably lean toward managing their properties and tenants themselves. There are, however, sometimes certain aspects of property management, rental collection, money management or

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