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Neville Berkowitz, property veteran and founder of low commission estate agency HomeBid, speaks to us about the trends he is currently seeing and what he believes is needed to resuscitate a flat national housing market. Q Do you think we will ever return to a housing market

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Q Hi, we are a homeowners' association (HOA) registered in terms of Section 29 of the Municipal Ordinance of LUPO Act 15 of 1985 (Common Law HOA). In terms of the CSOS legislation we are a community scheme. Are we obliged to take out fidelity insurance?

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Q Good day, please confirm that in order to correctly calculate the CSOS levy, one does the following: Take monthly levy of flat and add the monthly MRRP levy and ignore the levy for the garage and  maids room and storeroom and the contribution for the exclusive

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With the job market constantly evolving, an increasing number of people are working from home; this makes it far easier for professionals to relocate anywhere. This is exactly what Leigh Andrews and her husband did four years ago; they were both working from home in their

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Q Hi, I am a single lady and have no knowledge on the law of townhouse complexes. I bought a townhouse in a complex three years ago: At that time, the townhouse was two years old and the ceilings were in a perfect condition. However, I have noticed that

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Dear perpetual tenant, nothing. According to Payprop's Q1 2017 Rental Index the average age of tenants have increased to 39, while the average age of first-time buyers have now increased to between 41 and 45 across South Africa's provinces. The income of the average, 39-year old

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Q Hi, I've been following the tips and advice by your expert financial planner. I am a school-leaver who has recently started my first job. I do not have budget for saving for retirement annuity as well as life and disability cover. Which one would you

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