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Tuesday Sep 12, 2017

Know your rights as a neighbour

If you have nice neighbours you are very lucky, however in reality some are not very pleasant and can make your life miserable at times.

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Monday Sep 11, 2017

When sectional title tenants cause problems

From excessive noise, inconsiderate parking, and oil stains on paving, to satellite dishes put up in the wrong place, overcrowding at units, and barking dogs, bodies corporate have to deal with it all.

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Mixed-use suburbs draw fed-up commuters

Suburbs that offer residents employment and schooling options are becoming extremely sought-after in the Western Cape as more people become fed up with the daily commute.

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Views usually add a premium to a property price - but not always

A number of court cases in recent years concerning developments or home alterations that have threatened to obstruct neighbours' views reveals just how much value home owners put on views - of the sea, the mountains, or even of the city lights.

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Owning your home can boost your income in retirement

Fully owning your home when you retire not only reduces how much you need to live on, but you can use your property to supplement your income in retirement, according to the 2017 Alexander Forbes Benefits Barometer.

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Wednesday Sep 06, 2017

How much rent should you pay?

Everyone looking for an apartment to rent has a wish-list, but most prospective tenants will have to settle for the best compromise between that list and their budget.

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Monday Sep 04, 2017

Private schools following residential trends

The escalating development of private schools throughout the country is indicative of the desire for high standards of education, and property developers are noting the opportunities in this market.

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Understanding the ins and outs of estate inheritance

Taking ownership of a house is usually a joyous occasion in one's life, but sometimes this milestone comes with the death of a loved one and the inheritance of their home.

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Thursday Aug 31, 2017

Blair Atholl estate wins appeal against Tshwane water tariff

The City of Tshwane must charge the homeowners association of the upmarket Blair Atholl golfing estate a special tariff for water supply as opposed to what it had been billing it for more than 10 years.

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Wednesday Aug 30, 2017

Court victory over historical municipal debt

Property owners who have been forced to pay thousands of rand in historic debt on their newly acquired properties may soon be able to lodge claims to recoup their money.

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