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Property positives for 2018

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Negativity seems to have become the fashion in SA’s real estate industry over the past few months, but while there will be challenges, the property market

Be a Scrooge now and a home owner next year

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It’s summer, it’s holiday time and it’s the season in which consumers want to take a break from worrying about what they spend. But with just a few shopping day

Moving house? Take the chance to de-clutter your budget

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Packing up and moving to a new home almost always means parting with things you no longer need or have room for – and it also presents you with a perfect

Top trend: Hiving on the rise again

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For both economic and security reasons, households made up of several generations of the same family are on the rise again in South Africa, and estate agents

Home sellers: How you can turn ‘maybe’ into ‘definitely’

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Turning home viewers into home buyers could be an art or a science, but either way, home sellers have a lot more control over the process – and the final

Some good reasons not to buy from a private seller

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Penny-wise homebuyers who to negotiate a private sale with a seller in the hope of knocking the price down may find to their regret they have been pound-foolish

Double-check the mortgage clause

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The mortgage clause in some OTP or Agreement of Sale documents can be confusing, and home buyers and sellers must be sure before they sign these documents

Mauritius finally changes law to allow foreigners to buy apartments

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The Mauritian government has now finally amended the islands Non-Citizens (Property Restriction) Act to make it possible for property investors from SA

Dont let criminals take the pleasure out of your leisure

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The first things you need to do after purchasing is make sure that it is just as well-secured as your primary residence and properly insured.

What does the rising rate of home loan deposits mean?

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Part of the reason behind the trend of rising home loan deposits is due to rising interest rates, which have been rising steadily since 2014.

 

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