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What Can The Body Corporate Do To Non-paying Owners In Sectional Title Schemes?

Category Property Thought Of The Week

For many of us, our homes are the single most expensive item we purchase in our lifetime

City Of Cape Town Suspends Parking Tariffs In Somerset West & Strand

Category Community News

As from Saturday, 1 February 2020, the City of Cape Town will no longer charge motorists for on-street parking in Somerset West and Strand.

SA Average House Price Growth Dips In 2019

Category Property Market News

The average annual house price growth in 2019 was 3.6% year-on-year, according to the latest FNB House Price Index, released on Monday

Reserve Bank Cuts Interest Rates By 25 Basis Points

Category News Flash - Budget News

The SA Reserve Bank's monetary policy committee has unanimously voted to reduce the repo rate from 6.5% to 6.25%.

Sale Of A Property From A Deceased Person's Estate

Category Legal Thought of the Week

It is not uncommon for an estate agent to be involved in the marketing of a property which is an asset in a deceased person's estate

Buying A Property With An Existing Tenant

Category Buying Property

When purchasing a property with a tenant already in place, certain aspects should always be considered before the offer to purchase is signed.

When a Lease Expires And The Tenant Stays On: Can It Be Rebutted?

Category Property Thought Of The Week

the Rental Housing Act has certain deemed provisions, impliedly forming part of the agreement between the landlord and tenant

Are Verbal Property Agreements Valid?

Category Buying Property

Verbal agreements in South Africa are generally as binding and valid as written ones

The Amendment To The Property Clause - Expropriation Without Compensation (EWC)

Category Legal Thought of the Week

The change to section 25, often called 'the property clause', is to state - explicitly - that a court may determine that no compensation is payable in instances

What Landlords And Tenants Need to Know - Deposits & Repairs

Category Rental Information

Where deposit is paid based on a contractual agreement, the act imposes certain conditions if the deposit is paid to the landlord

 

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