The latest 2017 FNB Inter-provincial Repeat Buyer Migration study shows 2017 to have been another year of increase in the rate of inter-provincial migration relative to overall repeat home buying. From 15.9% of total repeat property buying being estimated to be inter-provincial repeat buying in

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Q Hi, I am a landlord, and I had a defaulting tenant that has since vacated my property. However, they still owe outstanding rental. What would be the best process to recover this missing rental amount which totals to about R14,500? The TPN Credit Bureau suggests the Small Claims

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Intergenerational living may not be a new phenomenon, but the modern-day benefits and complications make this living arrangement both financially viable and fraught with potential personality clashes. The reasons for living with in-laws and parents, or when parents move in with their children, are most times

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Choosing the right furniture is the single most important factor when decorating your home. Decorate a living room with too big a couch and you lose out on space in your home; you will also end up with a cramped, dark living area. Use a

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Q Hi, I am about to sign a lease agreement for a residential property. One of the clauses, however, does not sit well with me. I would like to know if the clause is CPA-compliant. It reads as follows: "The Landlord agrees to pay the Estate Agent

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Go big or go home? When it comes to buying your first home there is definitely a middle ground – go home to a smaller home you can comfotably afford. First-time buyers typically need to save for at least three years to afford the deposit on

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Estate agents and rental property managers who don’t adopt technology in their businesses will be replaced. This is according to Adriaan Grove from listing syndication and estate agency website creation company, Entegral Technologies. Speaking at the recent PayProp PropTech roadshow, Grove says that in 2018 the property

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