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What you need to know about Capital Gains Tax on Property

Capital Gains Tax, “CGT”, is a tax imposed on the capital gains for a year of assessment in respect of an asset disposed of, included in the taxpayer’s taxable

What Costs Does the Buyer & Seller Respectively Pay During A Property Sale?

Being financially ready for a property transaction will ensure that the process runs smoothly and that there are no monetary surprises.

Divorced? Buying a Home Afterwards

Getting divorced is tough, and buying a new home afterwards may be just as hard, especially if you are still the co-owner of a property with your former spouse.

Top challenges and tips for South Africans buying property

For South Africans thinking about buying property, affordability is still the number one concern.

How landlords can save money- Install prepaid meters

In many rental properties there are no prepaid water and electricity meters...

Buying a Home Cash - Pros and Cons

Even if you have enough cash in the bank to be able to buy your next home outright, it might be quite a risky move to do so.

Home & Car Insurance – How To Save Money On It

One seldom goes through life without experiencing some sort of material loss due to theft of home or personal possessions or a car accident.

Is Achieving Passive Income From Buy To Let Property A Pipe Dream For Salary Earners?

One of the financial fallacies that prevent people from creating real wealth is the notion that "passive income is a pipe dream.

Importance of having a home deposit even lower interest rate possible

Saving towards a deposit on a new home is not only a good way to prove that you are ready to take on the additional costs of being a homeowner.

Factors that influence property pricing

For most buyers, it takes just a few minutes to decide whether or not they like a property, which proves how important it is to make a good first impression.
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