There are certain times in life when you want to settle down and others when you know it is time to move on; to a different job, a different town, or a different home that better suits your current needs.
Millennial homeowners are now reaching the
Sub-letting, be it with permission or illegally, is a trend that residential landlords can’t quite escape – especially as belts get tighter and tenants feel economic pressure.
“We are seeing more and more illegal sub-letting, particularly in the emerging market space. People who might not have
South Africans are all very aware of violent crime and the efforts needed to reduce it, but so-called white-collar crime is just as rampant – and the crooks are getting smarter all the time.
Greg Harris, CEO of Chas Everitt Property Rentals, notes that the rental
Young adults who have just left their family home to rent their first house have a similar dilemma new entrants to the job market have when applying for and interviewing for their first job: little to zero practical experience, fierce competition with other new entrants
I moved out of our rented home at the end of October and I’m concerned that I’m not going to get my deposit back; one of my neighbours who knows my landlord told me “he does not pay back deposits”. She told me that he
Hi, I signed a fixed-term lease for a year that said I am allowed two guests per week to stay over. Before I moved in the landlord emailed me to say that the guest policy has been changed and no guests are allowed.
I did not accept
Many tenants ask their landlords for first refusal, should the landlord ever decide to sell the property. “For a happy tenant the right of first refusal is a fantastic opportunity to not only remain in the property they love, but to purchase it for themselves
“Two years ago we found the perfect home to rent: It had three large bedrooms, a small, manageable garden, large open-plan living area and it was in a great suburb. There was plenty of space for our child and dog run around!” says Midrand tenants,