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Is The Security Company In A Residential Estate Responsible For A Robbery?

Category Home Owners

Choosing to live in a secured residential estate in South Africa is becoming ever more popular with South Africans.

Are You At Risk Of Not Being Paid Out By Insurer In Case Of Electricity Caused Fire?

Category Home Owners

Homeowners are at risk of having their insurance claims rejected if it is found that they are not in possession of a valid Electrical Certificate of Compliance

Property Owners Beware - Ensure Updated Insurance Cover + Regular Service

Category Home Owners

Anyone who owns a property should ensure their short-term insurance cover is up to date

4 Reasons To Subdivide Your Property

Category Home Owners

Whether it's about financially benefiting from land which you already own, splitting your assets between your children or simplifying your life by downsizing

City Of Cape Town Offers Rates Relief To Indigent, Pensioners And Social Grant Beneficiaries

Category Home Owners

The City of Cape Town's Finance Directorate is encouraging property owners who are indigent, pensioners and social grant beneficiaries

Is The HOA (Home Owners' Association) Responsible For The Security & Safety Of Homeowners & Property

Category Home Owners

"I live in an estate. While on holiday my house was broken into. I feel that lax security could have been the reason for the break-in

Fighting Over Fixtures And Fittings - How To Guard Against Confusion

Category Home Owners

The question over fixtures and fittings is a recurrent issue in the world of real estate - something which very quickly can sour a property transaction.

Solar PV Systems Registration Deadline For Capetonians Is On 31 May 2019

Category Home Owners

Capetonians have 3 more days to register their solar PV systems with the City of Cape Town - or be disconnected from the city's electricity grid

Can A Local Authority Refuse To Approve Building Plans On Aesthetic Grounds - Based On Appearance?

Category Home Owners

A local authority may refuse to approve building plans on certain aesthetic grounds, in terms of section 7(1)(b)(ii)(aa) of the National Building Regulations

What Is Included in A Property Sale & What Is Not - What Is Movable & What Is Immovable Property?

Category Home Owners

It is always so important that buyers and sellers of property knows what is included and what is excluded in a property sale.

 

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