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Tuesday May 30, 2017

Neighbours at odds over noisy birds, power tools

Alleged raucous birds and noisy power tools being used by her neighbour caused an Alberton woman to turn to the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, for help as she simply could not stand the "racket" any longer.

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'Unrealistic seller expectations' contribute to declining sales in Johannesburg

"One of the main reasons homes aren't selling is that sellers simply won't budge from their listing prices despite the notable decline in investor numbers that has precipitated a shift to a buyers' market.

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R154 000 to relocate Telkom box

A Morningside widow will have to fork out R154 106.98 for Telkom to move a street distribution cabinet (SDC) box installed by the telecommunications company on the verge of her wall, and place it further away to prevent intruders from climbing into her property.

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Water, refuse, rates hikes for Capetonians

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille has prevented the inclusion of an extra electricity tariff that would hit consumers with an additional R250 charge on their monthly rates bill.

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Monday May 29, 2017

It's time to rein in Airbnb, says hospitality body

The Federated Hospitality Association of SA (Fedhasa) has accused Airbnb of flouting industry regulations and wants the government to look into the practices of the online accommodation service.

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Bid to end banks' 'unfair' rejection of applications

The Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Amendment Bill seeks to amend the Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosures Act of 2000.

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Levy arrears can delay property sales

When selling a unit in a sectional title scheme of which the levies are in arrears, the body corporate may withhold a levy clearance certificate until the full amount is paid.

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Urban renewal project launched in Durban

Durban's Vision 2030 integrated development plan unveiled the first of a new series of refurbished tech-savvy apartments for young professionals.

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Unchanged repo rate 'helps but won't boost consumer confidence'

The Monetary Policy Committee missed an opportunity on Thursday to boost consumer confidence and market sentiments, say some property practitioners in reaction to the repo rate remaining unchanged at 7%.

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Friday May 26, 2017

Safety while showing property

Because show homes are often vulnerable targets, many real estate agents, sellers and buyers have been in a rather precarious and potentially dangerous situation.

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