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Green your world: Turn cuttings into compost

Category Home advice

The smell of a freshly-mowed lawn is one of summer's special delights for many SA homeowners, but figuring out what to do with the grass cuttings is often

Morningside a magnet for tenants, investors

Category SA Property Market

The Durban suburb of Morningside is a popular residential destination due to its central location and affordability. It also enjoys strong demand for rental

Spotlight on St Helena Bay

Category Cape Town Property

Historically notable for being the first place that Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama set foot in South Africa in 1497, St Helena Bay on the Cape West Coast

Attention to detail is the key to avoiding rental deposit disputes

Category Rental Advice

Squabbles over security deposits account for a very large proportion of the disputes between landlords and their tenants – but could actually be quite easily

How to master your renovation fears

Category Home advice

If you long to renovate your home but have nightmares about the time, money and inconvenience involved, you are not alone. Homeowners are often anxious

10 easy ways to cut utility costs this summer

Category Home advice

The municipal tariff increases implemented in July are really starting to bite now, with many home owners also struggling to cope with rocketing fuel costs and

Ignore ‘recession’ talk and buy more real estate, says Everitt

Category SA Property Market

SA may be in a “technical” recession, but a closer analysis of the figures released by StatsSA this week shows that the economy is actually heading in the right

How a UIP has transformed Ballito

Category SA Property Market

A few years ago, Ballito was suffering from urban decay, increased crime, pollution and a lack of general maintenance and by-law enforcement that was

How to avoid overspending on home renovations

Category Owner Advice

First-time buyers used to move on to their second homes within five to six years, but now it is taking them up to 12 years to do so – and one reason is a

SA needs youth home building plan, says Everitt

Category SA Property Market

The latest available figures from StatsSA show that there are about 3,3m South Africans aged 15 to 24 who are not currently in education, training or employment


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