Jennifer Paddock
Everything you need to know about levies in sectional title schemes

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[Jennifer Paddock] Often referred to as the "life-blood" of the body corporate, owners have to pay contributions and trustees, managing agents and attorneys may have to collect them...

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Foreign land ownership not a major issue

Foreign land ownership not a major issue[David de Waal] The motives behind Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti's comments regarding foreign land ownership in South Africa are unclear as South Africa currently does not have a problem with foreign buyers crowding out local buyers.

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Sindy Peters
#YouthMonth: Growing support for startups in SA, says MyRentr CEO

#YouthMonth: Growing support for startups in SA, says MyRentr CEO[Sindy Peters] There's yet another property app in the market that's set to challenge the traditional model of doing business in this space...

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Neil Cameron
Four ways to optimise the benefits of BAS ‘openness'

Four ways to optimise the benefits of BAS ‘openness'
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[Neil Cameron] Facility managers and building owners are looking to obtain greater control and create greater efficiency in their buildings...

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Sindy Peters
#BrandManagerMonth: How the Fieldspace brand stays ahead of the game

Deborah Aremband and Ricky Tomaselli, Fieldspace's marketing team
Deborah Aremband and Ricky Tomaselli, Fieldspace's marketing team
[Sindy Peters] Deborah Aremband and Ricky Tomaselli are the marketing managers behind the Fieldspace Property Group brand...

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Sindy Peters
#EntrepreneurMonth: Property Fox challenges status quo

Crispin Inglis (left) and Ashley James (right)
Crispin Inglis (left) and Ashley James (right)
[Sindy Peters] According to Property Fox, the recently launched industry disruptor is listing around 10 new residential properties a week, with a total of 313 homes currently listed on its site...

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Boris Dzhingarov
Get to know the real Manish Chande - Monetary Library

Get to know the real Manish Chande[Boris Dzhingarov] You don't need to look far on the internet to see that Manish Chande is a very highly respected businessman who knows his stuff when it comes to the world of property management and real estate...

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Sindy Peters
#CommerceMonth: Property in360

#CommerceMonth: Property in360[Sindy Peters] Focusing on commerce this month on Bizcommunity, we chatted to Jay Clark, founding partner of in360, a new player in the market of marketing real estate...

Posted 3 years ago | Like
Boris Dzhingarov
Things you always have to consider during office relocation - Monetary Library

Boris Dzhingarov[Boris Dzhingarov] Business expansion is difficult. The process can go so wrong and you need to think about every single associated aspect...

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Martin Goodman
The risk of renting out one property

The risk of renting out one property[Martin Goodman] Independent landlords who rent out only one property are more exposed compared to landlords that rent out multiple properties.

Posted 4 years ago | Like
Davis Miller
Expert tips on managing your rental property

Davis Miller[Davis Miller] Many people consider that buying rental property is an appealing income investment, especially now when rates are low and the market is so volatile.

Posted 4 years ago | Like
Mark Brickles
New bill to fast-track property registration welcomed

Mark Brickles[Mark Brickles] The news that an electronic deeds registration bill will be introduced to decrease turnaround time and the registration of property is fantastic news.

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Elaine Wilson
Rental escalations in SA

Rental escalations in SA[Elaine Wilson] Broll Property Group often gets asked by international investors why rental escalations in South Africa are not linked to inflation.

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Martin Goodman
Landlords need to protect themselves against the Credit Amnesty Act

Martin Goodman[Martin Goodman] The Credit Amnesty Act has raised a fair amount of concern in the rental industry especially among landlords and estate agents renting out property to tenants.

Posted 4 years ago | Like
Myles Wakefield
The reality of property

Myles Wakefield[Myles Wakefield] There is a valuable, but not easy, lesson property investors must learn about their asset...

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Tracy Kitching
Future trends in real estate

Future trends in real estate[Tracy Kitching] The real estate market along the Atlantic Seaboard is on the upswing again...

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pule mathibe
CPA could still prove a powerful tool in the hands of a dissatisfied customer

CPA could still prove a powerful tool in the hands of a dissatisfied customer[pule mathibe] When the Consumer Protection Act was first promulgated some three years ago, many people in the real estate sector were worried that it would lead to regular cancellations of sale contracts and/or post sale disputes in which the agent and the seller would be held responsible for any number of problems, including defects of which they had simply not been aware. However, thus far this has not yet happened.

Posted 5 years ago | Like
MPC's decision to hold interest rates at current levels absolutely right

MPC's decision to hold interest rates at current levels absolutely right[Ram Sasthri] The South African business community and the property marketing and development sector in particular breathed a collective sigh of relief yesterday when the South African Reserve Bank's Monetary Policy Committee announced that it will be holding the interest rate at its current level.

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Stanley Watson
CPA imposes extra inspection duties on the estate agent

CPA imposes extra inspection duties on the estate agent[Stanley Watson] Estate agents selling a home will inevitably find themselves intruding on the seller's privacy and this can cause annoyance.

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Mike van Alphen
Changes to the NCA not as drastic as some think

Mike van Alphen[Mike van Alphen] The removal of adverse consumer credit information and information on paid up court judgments, published in new regulations of the National Credit Act 2005 on 25 February 2014 has caused some alarm in the property sector.

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