We have recently had an eight-month late AGM. The contents of the minutes are nowhere close to the “actual discussions” that did or did not take place. One issue which, as owners, we are very concerned about would be our home insurance and the replacement
The Law Society has advised that the prescribed transfer and bond fees have increased with effect from 1 June 2018.
This fee guideline applies to instructions received as from 1 June 2018, and buyers and conveyancers must note that conveyancing fees are negotiable as they are merely guidelines
It might be getting colder but we are South African, so I bet you have a braai planned fairly soon? The meat is the most important part of a braai but a delicious potato salad will always be a winner.
Every family has a traditional potato
Hi, I have a bond on my existing house which is in my and my ex fiancé’s names. We separated about two years ago after she walked out.
We have both gone our separate ways but she insists that I need to sell the property and
The kitchen is one of the most important spaces in your home; it’s where you cook for your family. You want and need it to be hygienic and while everyone has their own routine of cleaning there are a few nooks and crannies that are
This is not an article about finding an extra couple of hundred bucks and putting it into your bond each month. It is not about moving your debit order from the 1st to the 25th, or putting half your annual bonus into your home loan.
As the trend towards multigenerational living gains ground, young adults are now not only moving back in with their parents but increasingly buying the homes they grew up in from their parents, with the intention of also raising their own families there.
“This is consistent with
Employment contracts are very important in safeguarding the rights of both the employer and employee. When entering into an agreement whereby one party agrees to offer services to another party, a valid contract that clearly stipulates the agreement has to be signed.
“This is equally important
It is a common practice for developers to insert a reversionary right in a title deed, stipulating that on the happening of a prescribed event (usually the purchaser must build within a prescribed period), ownership of the property will revert back to a previous owner. Failure
In South Africa, the residential real estate industry is geared towards sellers: estate agents represent the interests of sellers, while no one looks after the interests of buyers.
That is, until now. A new National Property Buyers' Database was recently launched by the same brainchild of