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SA First-Time Homebuyer Subsidy Increased

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The government's Finance Linked Individual Subsidy Programme (FLISP) has expanded its qualifying criteria

What You Need To Know About Buying A Home Off-Plan

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Buying off-plan can seem daunting for purchasers as you are buying a property that is yet to be completed. On the upside, this has become a profitable approach

The FLISP Governmental Housing Subsidy System - What You Need To Know

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Buying your first home may seem like a dream, especially if you're not earning a big salary

When Are Building Plans Required? – What Property Owners Need to Know

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While many property owners are fully capable of managing a building project or building development, the application and approval process of land use applicati

What Is The Costs Involved When You Buy A Property?

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Buying a home is the biggest financial commitment that most people will make in their lifetime. It would be so simple if the price tag on your new home was all

Building Plans - When The Screws Come Loose

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According to Madelein Williams of STBB (Smith Tabatha Buchanan Boys Attorneys) the following themes need to be discussed when dealing with any building plan iss

New South African Plug Standard Is Mandatory For New Installations

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South Africa’s new plug and socket standard, SANS 164-2 or ZA Plug, has become mandatory for new installations, the SABS confirmed to MyBroadband.

Price Gap Between Buying Existing Home and Building a New Home is now 30.5%

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There is a demand for existing housing, especially in the lower end of the market

 
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