IOLProperty - South African Property For Sale
Friday Nov 28, 2014

Buyer advice: What to do if negotiations stall

Although it could take weeks or even months just to find your dream home, that is actually only the first step towards making it your own.

[Read More]

Wednesday Nov 26, 2014

Consent needed to amend lease

A property lease cannot be changed while it is in use, unless the landlord and tenant agree to any change.

[Read More]

Tuesday Nov 25, 2014

Landlords concerned as rates, taxes spike

Landlords are becoming increasingly concerned about the growth in the cost of rates and taxes, which have spiked at two-and-a-half times the inflation rate, results of the latest research conducted for the SA Property Owners' Association (Sapoa) show.

[Read More]

Monday Nov 24, 2014

Durban's iconic beacon stands the test of time

It's hard to find a building more instantly recognisable in KwaZulu-Natal than the uMhlanga Rocks lighthouse.

[Read More]

New home for Cape Town's Lightfoot Memorial Fountain

Cape Town's Company Garden is set to get a new feature - Adderley Street's historic Lightfoot Memorial Fountain.

[Read More]

Tuesday Nov 18, 2014

'Co-ownership of property means co-liability'

When people co-own a piece of land they might think that each person owns a specific area of it, rather than a percentage of the whole.

[Read More]

Friday Nov 14, 2014

Big Brother house 'not a headache' for neighbours

Allegations of raised noise levels, no parking on the streets and unsavoury characters hanging around the neighbourhood as a result of the Big Brother Africa house have been denied.

[Read More]

Sectional title schemes 'require active involvement'

A sectional title's financial situation can deteriorate in a short space of time if there is a shortfall in levy collections each month or there is a problem with the financial management.

[Read More]

'Don't wait with your compliance certificates'

Many property sellers leave the application of their compliance certificates till the eleventh hour. This often causes delays in the transfer of property, especially if expensive remedial work is required. In some cases it has even resulted in the buyer walking away from the deal.

[Read More]

Thursday Nov 13, 2014

'Overpricing will make you a loser'

"Overpricing a property, ostensibly to "make the seller happy" - but actually also to help secure a sole mandate to market the property - is an all too common and unprofessional practice in the real estate industry."

[Read More]



Property Searches:

RSS Feeds

Browse Property For Sale

© Independent Online Property Joint Venture (Pty) Ltd. All rights reserved.
Reliance on any information this site contains is at your own risk. Please read our Terms and Conditions of Use and Privacy Policy.