More than 60% of South African bond holders are paying their minimum contributions, while some 14% are paying extra each month. This is according to Richard Gray, CEO of Harcourts Africa, who quoted Old Mutual’s Savings and Investment Monitor for July.
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What if we told you, you can have your cake and vegetables, and eat it?
Nina Timm, from My Easy Cooking tells us how.
This healthy cake has your whole day’s fruit and vegetable servings in one delicious slice of cake.
Yes, just for today you have to
We need money for some maintenance at our complex and we don’t want to raise a special levy as people cannot afford it. We were thinking of creating some more parking bays and selling them to interested owners to raise the funds. We have some garages
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 average price for a Rosebank apartment has risen by at least 200% since 2010; Hatfield by 33% on average and in Braamfontein, office, retail and recreational amenities by 59% on average.
This is mostly in response to the advent of the Gautrain six years ago,
Homeowners battling to make ends meet, in financial distress and with high debt-to-income ratios don’t have to say goodbye to their homes. But in order to hold onto their homes, they need to be proactive, according to Adrian Goslett, regional director and CEO of RE/MAX
The Sandton rental market is saturated, and it’s affecting demand. This is according to Shaun Groves, Gauteng rental manager for Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International Realty, who said the large number of new residential buildings that have been introduced to the market in recent years in
With spring just around the corner you may want to spend some time fixing up your garden, getting your pot plants up to scratch should be a relatively easy task. However, you will be surprised at what you find in your pots; rubble, glass, plastic
Most of our homes consist of the usual: kitchen, dining area, bedrooms and bathroom which leave little room for the designer extras like sculleries, reading nooks and bars. Or so you might think until you consider the question, is your home optimising its third spaces?
Imagine a stranger walking around in your home, peaking into your bedroom, opening your scullery and your bathroom cabinets. Sounds like the opening scene to a television crime series, yet this is something that takes place in the homes of countless South Africans every Sunday.