Some 78% of residential bonds granted in the past 12 months have been for less than R1,5m; and 60% for less than R1m. This is according to statistics by mortgage originator, BetterBond, which noted that “while the banks are keen to lend to home buyers
Keep track of everything you cannot afford to lose with nifty Orbits to call you to their location – wherever and whenever. Laptops, wallets, mobile phones, cameras and keys will never go missing in action with Orbit, a family of Bluetooth trackers.
Now in South Africa,
The digital era has revolutionised the way we conduct business. The need for large office spaces is slowly eroding as more and more employers choose to allow their staff to work remotely. As a result, the home business model has grown in popularity, with many
Buying a housewarming gift for someone is never easy, especially if it’s for your family or a close friend. Because it becomes quite tricky many opt for a gift card. There’s nothing wrong with gifting cash, but it’s not the most personal gift and doesn’t
In the recent case of Tudor Hotel Brasserie and Bar (Pty) Ltd v Hencetrade 15 (Pty) Ltd the court addressed the issue regarding set-off where the tenant argued that vacant occupation of the entire leased premises was not received.
In this case Hencetrade (hereinafter referred to as the
The only words you can use to describe this mousse are simply delicious. The bonus is that it is so easy to make. I came across this recipe on Facebook, and decided to #TashaTests it by making it for my family as a Sunday treat:
Did you know that if you have a home loan and something bad happens to you, you could lose your home. If you can no longer afford to make the bond repayments because you get sick, become disabled, or even die, the bank could sell
What a beautiful time of the year it is with the fresh autumn evenings and crisp early mornings. Now is a good time to follow these five simple steps to get your garden ready for the winter months.
#1 Check your irrigation timers and adjust accordingly
Average year-on-year home price growth at the end of April was 5.3%, compared to 2,62% in January, 2,85% in February and 2,94% in March, with “more buoyancy in the first-time buyers’ market, where the year-on-year growth in the average home price was 9,2% at the
The Cape Town City Council is ignoring its own by-law which bans holiday letting in apartment blocks, by allowing illegal rogue ‘hotels’ to operate openly despite formal complaints from ratepayers. This is according to Louisa Theart, spokesperson for citizen action group One Host One Home