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The Requirements and Benefits of a Sole Mandate

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When homeowners decide to sell their property and have chosen an estate agent/agency to market their property, they may be asked to sign a sole mandate with the

The Pros and Cons of Renting a Property

Category Property

One of the biggest dreams that most people have, is to one day own their own home. However, that is easier said than done. Dreams of owning big houses with back

Tips for renting out your property

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Regardless of whether the property you are renting out is a studio apartment, a cottage at the back of the garden or an entire estate, the same rules apply and

First-time home buyer?

Category Property

Buying a property is a rather big deal, which is why you should be sure that you are able to afford it before you end up running into debt. Owning your own home

Fair penalty for cancelling a residential lease

Category Property

Rental agreements are never cast in stone. A tenant could need to move because of work, change in relationship status or just because they can no longer afford.

Body corporate fines - How binding are they?

Category Property

In an estate or sectional title scheme, it is challenging to ensure that everyone will stick to the conduct rules and to aid this, body corporates often fine th

There is a way to keep the view

Category Property

When you purchase a house with a view, you probably think that you are going to enjoy this view every day for the rest of your life. Until you receive a flyer w

Can the future development of a property be stopped?

Category Property

The provincial heritage resources authority (PHRA) granted a permit in terms of Section 34 of the National Heritage Resources Act 25 of 1999 for the demolition

My neighbour’s noise is a nuisance

Category Property

So it’s the third night this week you can’t sleep because your new neighbour seems to enjoy playing loud rock music with his band late at night. Normally you wo

Before leasing, include these in the agreement

Category Property

If you consider leasing out your property, it is important not to overlook any requirement and expectations you may have of the incoming tenant.

 

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