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5 Things First Time Property Buyers Should Know

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Throughout the process of house hunting and searching for your perfect home, it is easy to overlook important drawbacks whilst admiring the charming aspects

What Do You Need To Know About Beetle Certificates of Compliance?

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Certifies that the accessible wood of permanent structures on the property are free from certain wood-destroying beetles

Is It Important To Put Down A Deposit When Financing An Investment Property?

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According to Tshireletso Rakgori from Alexander Forbes paying a deposit towards a mortgage bond can make a significant difference.

To Invest In Property Will Still Be Your Safest Investment For 2016

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The opportunity to move investments offshore has passed, the stock market is immensely volatile, and this will be the year when intensified property investment

Financial Constraints Could Prioritise Homeownership

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The pressure that for some two years now has been felt by the South African consumer, although regrettable, could be having a beneficial effect in one respect

Before Buying Property Make Sure Your Tax Is in Order

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Nobody likes handing over hard-earned money to the tax man, and looking over the number of taxes that apply to South African property transactions

Property On Your Festive Season Wish List? Plan Ahead

Category Buying Property

If you are looking to buy a new home in the next few months, planning is essential, especially during the festive season.

Car Or Flat? How To Be Smart About Your Choice

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Many young people starting out their careers are faced with the choice of buying their first car or their first apartment.

The Basics of Making an Offer on a House

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Falling in love with a home and coming to the realisation that this is where you want to put down your roots and make special memories is an exciting moment.

Understanding "Voetstoots" When You Purchase Property

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Many people are under the impression that the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) has replaced the voetstoots clause when a property has been sold.

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