Property transfer process can take 2 to 6 months
Are you unhappy about how long it takes to transfer your new home into your name? Have you been inconvenienced by transfer delays which meant you had to carry on renting in your old home? Have you had to reschedule your move into your new home due to delays?[Read More]
'Unreal property valuations a ploy to get mandates from sellers'
Property trend watchers analysing the Propstats' figures for most of Cape Peninsula suburbs will conclude that many home sellers, are still overvaluing their homes despite ongoing warnings on this subject, says Lanice Steward, of Anne Porter Knight Frank.[Read More]
Heritage Blouberg property saved from wreckers
Highclere, one of Blouberg's oldest buildings, has been saved from the wrecker's ball by a Heritage Western Cape ruling that the little cottage may not be demolished.[Read More]
Posted at 08:47AM Apr 02, 2012 by Editor in Cities and Towns |
Two more CTICC tender objections
Two more firms of architects have complained about the award of the tender to design the R700 million Cape Town International Convention Centre expansion, claiming that points were miscalculated and that the winner had an unfair advantage.[Read More]
'Be honest with bank on bond application'
It is necessary to be completely open and transparent with banks when applying for a bond, says Lynette Ferndale, a conveyancer with Gunstons Attorneys.[Read More]
Land reform: the facts, the unsure future
Some 100 members of the Western Cape Institute of Estate Agents of South Africa (IEASA) recently attended a talk by Professor Henk Delport, an expert on property legislation, who gave a comprehensive but very balanced view of SA'S land reform process as set out in the Green Paper now in the public arena for discussion.[Read More]
Posted at 07:54AM Apr 02, 2012 by Editor in Market |
Cape Convention Centre expansion 'vital for huge demand'
News last week that a trio of Cape Town architects - Piet Bakker of Stauch Vorster Architects, Anya van der Merwe of Van der Merwe Miszewski Architects and Mokena Makeka of Makeka Design Lab - had been appointed by the Cape Town International Convention Centre to work on the R690 million expansion of the CTICC drew praise from city stakeholders.[Read More]
Posted at 07:40AM Apr 02, 2012 by Editor in Cities and Towns |