According to the National Credit Regulator, more than 10 million South Africans are having trouble paying their bills at the moment, and many of the property owners among them are selling now in order to pay off some debt or cut back on their monthly expenses.
Homeowners are urged to save money and cut down on costs by looking at their current home insurance policies. Adrian Goslett, regional director and chief executive officer of RE/MAX of Southern Africa offers the following advice
Disagreements over security deposits are probably the biggest cause of friction between landlords and their tenants – but they don’t have to be if both parties just follow some basic guidelines.
Buyers need to consider three main elements when looking at each property they view:
Here are a few things that rental agents wished their tenants were aware of.
Purchasing an investment property and renting it out can be a mutually beneficial arrangement for both the landlord and tenant, provided the owner of the property adheres to a few key principles from the start when selecting a suitable tenant.
Often sellers expect to get more out of the sale of their property than they actually do because they have not factored in all costs that it takes to get the home sold.
South Africa escaped a downgrade last week from the 3 major ratings agencies.
Since 1994, South Africa has become a popular choice for foreigners to buy investment properties, writes
five top considerations when setting the selling price of a property:
establishing a home-based business or full-time home office in a sectional title (ST) scheme can be problematic, and owners must be sure to do things the right way or they could find their fledging enterprises grounded for good.