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Low-commission estate agency, HomeBid may only have around 380 properties for sale , virtually all on sole mandates – and have been in existence since mid 2015 – but according to Property24 analytics, the agency gets 36.4% more leads than the average number received per

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So you want to go house hunting this weekend? Not sure how much you can afford to buy for? A quick Google search will land you on any one of the many online bond affordability calculators on the banks’, portals and bond originators’ websites. So you

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Q Hi, I recently read the story on HomeTimes on the 9,000 homes for sale in Centurion alone. Let's be realistic, the only real way I can compete is by adjusting my price. The fact is, however, that I still need to look after my own

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Conventional wisdom says that winter is a bad time to market your home, but with fewer homes on the market there’s a good chance more buyers will be viewing yours. “Sellers are likely to achieve sale prices closer to the listing prices, especially for properties that

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According to property legislation, a servitude is a registered right that someone has over the immovable property owned by another person. The servitude affords the holder the right to do something with the property, even if it may infringe upon the rights of the person

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When purchasing a home and registering a bond, a purchaser must be prepared to pay not only the bond registration attorneys’ fees, but a few incidental costs as well. The attorneys’ fees are calculated on an upward sliding scale directly proportional to the bond amount. Other costs

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Q We sold a property and the purchaser has submitted a complaint about certain defects in the electricity and plumbing. There was a Certificate of Compliance (COC) issued but it appears that some of the electrical issues do not fall under what is required for a COC document. The

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