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The vacancy rate can make or break a property investment

Category Rental Advice

There are very few rental properties that will be occupied 100% of the time, but the vacancy rate can vary considerably – and make all the difference between

Ground rules for happy renting

Category Rental Advice

Before purchasing their own home, most people go through a spell of living in rented accommodation, and while tales abound of disastrous and disheartening

Get ahead of the holiday crowds on the North Coast

Category Rental Advice

For many, going on holiday in December is essential after a long year of work. But with such emphasis being placed on year-end vacations, out-of-season travel

How to please high-end tenants

Category Rental Advice

Statistics show that although only about 7% of tenants in SA currently rent for more than R15 000 a month, this percentage is growing – and that around

Home alone and safe

Category Rental Advice

Students and young adults often find themselves living on their own far from home while they study or settle in to their first real job. And while that has

Top tips for Millennial landlords

Category Rental Advice

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

Landlords need agents to help block rental crooks

Category Rental Advice

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

New Trends Emerging in Westbrook’s Holiday Market

Category Rental Advice

A Blue-Flag beach, white sands, flourishing restaurants and a tranquil vacation atmosphere has led to the Dolphin Coast suburb of Westbrook, close to Ballito,

Five rental renovations to attract top tenants

Category Rental Advice

So the lease ended, your tenant left and now it’s time to advertise your rental property again. But before you do, you may want to consider doing something more

How to avoid rental defaults when tenants split

Category Rental Advice

It’s quite common for landlords to rent apartments and houses to multiple tenants, but they need to make sure they’re covered in the event of one or more

 

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