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University of Mpumalanga calls on private homeowners to help alleviate the shortage in student accommodation. While the number of students at the University of Mpumalanga are predicted to increase to 50,000 in 2019 and 2020, demand for accommodation outstrips supply by a large margin. Carien Brink, Seeff’s

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TPN Credit Bureau has said that the Rental Housing Amendment Act of 2014 is not law yet and that there is no indication that it will become law in the near future. The credit bureau, which is used by thousands of property practitioners and private landlords on

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A year in the making, tenant representative company, Trusted Tenant Services - which launched this month - has had to extend its services to new tenants renting from R6,000 per month. "The demand we received from those in the R6,000/month rental bracket, after going to market

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Landlords entrust their rental agents to bring and secure them the best quality tenants. They trust that the tenant recruitment fee they pay guarantees the tenant who is ultimately signed has no negative judgements against their name, can afford to pay the rent on time

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