The Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID), which looks after the needs of the central city, has launched its own property portal featuring apartments for sale and rent exclusively within its boundaries.
The portal is a first for any South African city improvement district, and
Smoothie Bowls are such a breakfast trends at the moment, with healthy-living enthusiasts going crazy for them. Sites like Instagram, Buzzfeed and Pinterest are bursting with recipes and flavour combinations for smoothies to experiment with.
Weekend cheat treat alert: Of course you can completely ignore the healthy
The latest crime statistics released for the 2015/2016 financial year indicates that 20,820 home robberies took place between April 2015 and March 2016. Although targeted interventions by SAPS have done a lot in curbing the rate at which these incidents increase, it is still a
Negotiation touches every part of our lives. Relationships in business and in our personal lives are negotiated. And the skills to do it effectively can often mean the difference between getting what you want or losing out. You don’t get what you deserve, you get
Home buyers have been doing things backwards all along: First they start with the home search and once they have signed the offer to purchase, find out if a bank is willing to finance their loan. This is according to FNB chief imagineer and former
Almost a third of the 143 units in the new development, Le Boulevard, in the heart of uMhlanga just north of Durban, have already sold even prior to the official launch. This includes all four penthouses, which have been snapped up.
According to Carol Reynolds, Pam
Sectional title owners, trustees and managing agents should by now be aware of the new, long-awaited Community Schemes Ombud Service Act (CSOSA), the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act (STSMA) and their relevant regulations.
Alan Levy, of Alan Levy Attorneys, summarises the requirements for schemes for 90
Century 21 South Africa has announced that 2 new sales offices will be opening in and around the Cape Town metro in the next month, one being the City Bowl office and the other being the Blouberg office.
Previously, Century 21’s City Bowl agents were operating
A 3.4 magnitude tremor that hit Oudtshoorn yesterday morning (18 October 2016) has highlighted again the major issue of whether the local insurance industry is prepared to cover massive losses and damage as a result of earthquakes.
Dawie Loots, CEO of MUA Insurance Acceptances, says that
According to Betterlife Home Loans statistics, which is representative of 25% of all residential mortgage bonds being registered at the Deeds Office, first time buying activity suggest a renewed confidence in the economy
The average price paid by first-time homebuyers rose by 5.8% to R739,000 in