With June celebrated as Youth Month, Jonathan Kohler, CEO of Landsdowne Investment Properties shares, what he believes to be, the best way to help your child get a foot on the property ladder way ahead of their peers.
“Parents can help their children get onto the
Hi, I have met all prerequisites for extending onto common property and have received a go ahead at a special general meeting (SGM).
My builder has changed the height of a wall from 1.5m to 1.7m which would change the pitch of the roof resulting in
I've recently been made a trustee of the complex which I stay in. We have an elderly lady who is our caretaker. She has a terrible attitude, especially to coloured and black people; even saying to some of the white teenagers that they mustn't hang
In evictions, it is the municipality’s obligation to seek and provide alternative accommodation to tenants left homeless and destitute.
This is according to the Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act (PIE) which states that a court “must” grant an eviction order if the
Hi, I am thinking of selling my sectional title unit in Centurion. I left South Africa for Canada in 2012 and have been renting it out but would now like to sell. I was thinking of attempting a private sale but I am concerned about
Hi Donovan, I have met the girl I want to marry. According to our tradition I need to pay lobola. I would like to start saving before I even ask her, but have a few concerns.
I am not sure that I earn enough to
You must have read it somewhere by now, or if you haven’t let us do the honours: It’s a buyer’s market currently. But what does this ACTUALLY mean?
The state of the property market is driven by supply and demand which in turn is influenced by
As we head into the cold winter months, household energy consumption will start to increase as people turn up the heat to stay warm.
“Keeping warm during winter usually means using more energy and paying higher utility costs each month. Finding ways to reduce household energy
A court case in the Western Cape, which deals with the most provocative section of the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) - Section 14 - could set a legal precedent countrywide.
The case involved an appealed eviction ruling handed down by the Goodwood Magistrates Court in which
Hout Bay’s highest-priced home was sold in early June for a record-breaking price of around R35m. Stephan Cross, sales manager for Seeff Hout Bay and Llandudno, said the property, situated in Riverside Terrace, sold within 10% of its asking price to a foreigner in 66