Is student accommodation a savvy investment option, or a high-risk purchase? According to Grant Gavin, broker/owner of RE/MAX Panache, investing in student accommodation is a smart choice provided the correct safeguards are put in place to protect the investment value of the property.
“Seeing as there
According to the PayProp Index forecast towards the end of last year, rental housing recovery might be on the horizon in 2019 for certain provinces, based on the review of data as far back as 2012.
“The data indicates that rental growth rates show cyclical growth
Between October and December 2018, a total of 42,248 bond registrations were recorded at the deeds offices, totalling an amount of R45,860,040,000. This translates into a 5.4% increase in the amount of bonds registered in the previous quarter – the exact same percentage by which
By way of a complex algorithm, which took various factors, such as financial debt, failed New Year’s resolutions and low motivational levels into account, UK psychologist Dr Cliff Arnall, was able to pinpoint the 3rd Monday in January as the ‘bluest’ day on the calendar.
There are lessons to be learned from reading and understanding the small print in property insurance documents.
I’m sure there are legendary cases in South African law but I came across an example recently that illustrated why this golden rule should be followed, even if an attorney
As we move into the first quarter of 2019 with the possibility of rolling black-outs top of mind, we can look forward to a few positives from Eskom’s 801.5MWh battery storage programme - the first phase of which is due to come on stream in
Newly appointed general manager of HomeBid and industry veteran, Mike Blumberg (55), said that the HomeBid model of 1.95% commission is proving exceptionally successful. So much so that due to receiving more than 20 new sellers a day and some 60 new buyers a day
With the festive season in full swing, and because many offices and businesses close for the year tomorrow, you may have received your rental invoice between one and two weeks earlier than normal - with some agents and landlords insisting rental is paid by the
Growing up, my next door neighbours were obnoxiously loud – whether it was the father’s Kawasaki Ninja roaring off to work in the mornings or my friend’s older brother’s band playing drum-heavy original music or their semi-amateur covers of Smashing Pumpkins and Nirvana.
Our house was
A trustee of a sectional title development in Kyalami who took the body corporate to the Community Schemes Ombud after being charged a full month’s interest on his levy that he paid one day late has won his case.
Stressing that the matter was brought to