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When buying a property you will need to factor in the costs of a conveyancing attorney since you will need to have the title deed transferred into your name. This is often an aspect pushed aside by excited buyers - a case of “We’ll cross

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Q Good day, I followed your notice regarding payment of CSOS levy and how to work it out. We are not sure whether CSOS levies are worked out on full monthly levy or only administrative levy Can you please assist me herein? Thanks – Martie A Hi Martie, please

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Q In short, our Sectional Title Scheme is located within an Estate. The body corporate of the scheme manages the day to day activities and levies are also paid to the estate's homeowners association. The necessary written approval was obtained from the trustees of the body corporate

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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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