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Once you have decided to tie the knot with a special person or to build or renovate your new forever home there will always be challenges. From personal experience there are normally two scenarios: One of the parties has inherited furniture from family members which

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In the past 12 months, 6% of home loans granted were switches from one lender to another. This is according to Peter Swartz and Nondumiso Ncapai, heads customer interaction and business development at Absa Home Loans. There are many reasons why homeowners switch their mortgages from

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In the next few months as many as 21 municipalities, including some major metros, will release a new valuation roll which will impact the tax you pay on your property. Ben Espach from Rates Watch, municipal property rates practitioners, says that legally you will have 30

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Deciding to build your own home, or take on major renovations is an exciting endeavour. Homeowners are sure to encounter many challenges and even possibly unexpected expenses in the process, and will have to take a few calculated risks to end up with the home

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Whether you are a school-leaver, university graduate, unemployed job-seeker, or employed individual, you are likely to have started the year with a set of professional goals, with visions of career “victories” you want to accomplish in 2017. While few can argue that goal-setting is a vital

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In April of this year an estate agency approached us to inform us of difficulties and frustrations related to the process of certification and registration of intern estate agents after they’ve completed the NQF Level 4 real estate qualification (Further Education and Training Certificate: Real

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