Consumers are beginning to be increasingly conservative – deliberately so. This is according to household and property sector strategist, John Loos at FNB, who said the household sector income, debt and consumption expenditure numbers confirmed this.
“When we use the term ‘deliberately more conservative’, we refer
Selling your home is as exciting as it is stressful. Do you appoint an estate agent or try going solo? Whose offer do you accept if you get multiple offers to purchase? What regulations do you have to comply with before your home can be
Giving your children the best financial start in life begins with teaching them how to have a good long-term relationship with money.
“Finance is a big part of an adult’s world but it is not given the attention it deserves during childhood,” says Eunice Sibiya, head
The FNB Property Barometer’s residential property affordability review found that home affordability deteriorated further for credit-dependent consumers. This continuation of the decline that started in 2013 is driven by the interest rate hikes that took place earlier in 2016.
Two measures are used to determine property
In light of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality’s decision to unilaterally assess accounts and write off prescribed charges in relation to those accounts, Schindlers Attorneys explains the law of prescription of municipal charges.
In terms of the Prescription Act (68 of 1969) read with various cases
The Pretoria East suburb of Equestria has for the past few years witnessed massive new development, due to being purposefully planned as a higher-density area with the capacity for 10 000 modern apartments and townhouses.
According to property data company Lightstone, 494 property transfers occurred in
Cape Town’s Tokai is the city’s latest hot ticket thanks to four 500m² plots being released to market – in a suburb where greenfield development land is in short supply.
“Launched by Royal African Projects this month and marketed exclusively by Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International Realty,
People currently in their 20s and early 30s, or Millennials, have very different ideas of what makes a house a perfect home when compared to the Baby Boomers and Generation X buyers that came before them. If your home is on the market it is
2016 Q1 South African Reserve Bank (SARB) New Mortgage Lending data showed a significant year-on-year drop. This according to John Loos, household and property sector strategist for FNB, who explained that some decline has been anticipated, with various FNB indicators of residential activity pointing to
Your home’s plumbing is a bit like your car’s wiring. Unless you see this as your Sunday past time, you’d rather “call a guy” when issues arise.
Thanks to these basic home plumbing tips from Mica Hardware you can now take your plumber’s number off speed