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CHECK EXACTLY WHAT YOU'RE SIGNING FOR WHEN YOU SIGN AN OFFER TO PURCHASE

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When buyers put in an Offer to Purchase after viewing a property, a mistake is often made where they do not check in detail what it is they're actually signing

DEALING WITH RENTAL DEPOSITS

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When it comes to the management of rental properties, there is one thing that often causes a dispute, and that is how a tenant's deposit has been handled, what

RESIST THE URGE TO OVERUSE YOUR MORTGAGE FACILITY

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Homeowners who have an access bond facility on their mortgage loan might often be tempted to borrow a little against what they have paid off each time they are

APPEAL COURT RULING AGAINST HIGH INTEREST RATES CHARGED BY BODIES CORPORATE

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The recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Appeal where the body corporate of Gardens Lodge in Cape Town was found to have charged a "patently exorbitant" intere

INSURANCE POLICY RENEWALS IN SECTIONAL TITLE SCHEMES

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Insurance policies taken out on sectional title schemes are renewable on a yearly basis as this type of insurance is listed as a short-term policy

PARKING PROBLEMS IN SECTIONAL TITLE SCHEMES SHOULD BE DEALT WITH SWIFTLY BY TRUSTEES

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Of the problems that often occur in sectional title schemes, parking availability for each unit and their visitors is often at the top of the list, and trustees

PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY PRACTITIONERS MUST HAVE CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING

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With the EAAB clamping down on agents trading in the real estate industry who have not renewed or ever applied for their Fidelity Fund Certificates (FFC),

IF A BOND APPROVAL IS INCLUDED AS A SUSPENSIVE CONDITION IN AN OFFER TO PURCHASE, WHAT T&C'S APPLY

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In most cases when a person purchases a property, he will have to apply for a mortgage loan and this would be written into the offer to purchase as a suspensive

REASONABLE/UNREASONABLE RULES IN HOAs AND BODIES CORPORATE

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Rules in sectional title schemes are prescribed by the Sectional Title Schemes Management Act (Regulations), whereas establishing the rules in an HOA

IF SELF-EMPLOYED AND APPLYING FOR A HOME LOAN: - THESE ARE THE THINGS THE BANK WILL ASK FOR

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Although buying a property as a self-employed individual can be a little "trickier" than a purchase if permanently employed with a steady income

 

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