Cape Town’s highly publicised water shortage has caused more than just the dams to dry up. Local experts say demand for property in the region has also suffered in the wake of the Western Cape’s driest years in living memory. Thankfully, with winter rains finally beginning to turn the tide on water availability in

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Legislation requires that all geysers comply with certain standards and requirements in order to limit risks and damage. The Institute of Plumbing South Africa (IOPSA) have various regulations e.g. table B of SANS 10254 which deals specifically with the replacement of geysers. In terms of

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Home prices and rentals obey the simple economic law of supply and demand. If supply is reduced and demand continues as before then home prices will rise and so will rentals. With the Johannesburg municipality’s inclusionary housing policy planning to force developers to include social housing

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A significant number of millennials, between the ages of 31 and 33, are using digital channels and technologies to shop for life insurance. This is according to FNB Life CEO, Lee Bromfield, who says: “Our omni-channel strategy, which enables us to service customers through various channels

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In a historic development that could spell faster and more efficient conveyancing processes, a local deeds office has registered its first electronically signed property transfer. The property of Zelda Lendon (68) was registered in the Bloemfontein deeds office in early July with the Power of Attorney

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Last week, a public hearing between developers, property practitioners and representatives of the City of Johannesburg Metro Centre was held to discuss the way forward for inclusionary housing. “The meeting resulted in an incredibly positive outcome,” said Chris Renecle, MD of Renprop, noting that “the city

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