Tenants battling to pay their rent and save for a deposit for their new home can now use their rent to buy their new home.
Uniquely, this product is available for all approved properties in Cape Town and now also in Gauteng, priced from R400,000 to
The Airbnb circus flew into South Africa a few days ago, dazzled city fathers and thousands of homeowners in Johannesburg and Cape Town with awe-inspiring figures reflecting serious growth in tourist home stays and in home hosting profits.
The company’s Chris Lehane, Airbnb’s global head of
Whether you are delaying buying your dream home because you want to travel, have professional flexibility or need to save up for a few more years, the fact is more and more South Africans are renting for longer.
Landlords are understandably sticky about their properties and
Property still accumulates in value and is a good investment, and prices are relatively low and there are bargains in the market.
These are the main reasons for buying property according to today’s release of Absa’s Homeowners Sentiment Index, a representative sample of approximately 1,000 existing
Word out on the street (Long Street?) is that property in Cape Town is really expensive. Like crazy expensive. As in Donald Trump crazy.
But just how bad is it?
I decided to look a little deeper into the topic, and I think the results will surprise
Hi, I am busy with a two-year lease where the tenant doesn't want an escalation written in. He says would prefer it be written in that it will be negotiated after the first year.
Can one do that in a two-year lease? It seems risky: If a
Homeowners renting out their homes to holidaymakers need to check that their short-term insurance policy will cover their possessions during this period.
Dawie Loots, CEO of MUA Insurance Acceptances, says it is vital consumers speak to their insurance provider or broker before they embark on their