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CONSIDER YOUR NEIGHBOURS WHEN RENOVATING YOUR HOME

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We all want to live in peace, which is why it's in your best interests as a homeowner to acknowledge your neighbours and contribute towards a happy and peaceful

FUN IDEAS FOR AT-HOME DATE NIGHT ON A BUDGET

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While sticking to your household routines may be convenient and simple, it might be slowly killing the spark between you and your partner. But, with the cost of

LOAD SHEDDING HACKS

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The risk of national power interruptions continues to exist. Homeowners should keep a watchful eye on Eskom's load shedding schedule and follow the power utilit

4 REASONS TO USE AN AGENT WHEN SELLING YOUR HOUSE

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In an attempt to cut down on costs, some sellers might be contemplating listing their homes without the services of a real estate professional. Although it may

RE/MAX NATIONAL HOUSING REPORT Q4 2019 A SLOWER QUARTER THAN USUAL

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The property market of 2019 is most accurately described as being a trying one at best, characterised by slow national house price growth and a supply that far

HOW ESTATE AGENTS MAKE BUYING EASIER

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Considering how easy technology has made it for us to search for a home ourselves, many feel that it is simply not worth involving an estate agent to help with

HOME SAFETY MEASURES YOUR CHILDREN NEED TO KNOW

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There is only so much you can do to your property to make sure it is safe and secure. After that, you need to make your children aware of the risks and know how

BUDGET-FRIENDLY WAYS TO KEEP YOUR HOME COOL THIS SUMMER

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Condensation drips from your water glass as the sun streams through your living room. The dodgy ceiling fan whirrs wildly above your head, but you'd sooner risk

HOW AGENTS DETERMINE AN ASKING PRICE

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While it is possible for homeowners to research certain information online, it is very difficult to accurately value your property without having the specific a

WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR RENTAL DEPOSIT?

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Most landlords request a deposit from their tenants before they move into the property. According to Section 5 of the Rental Housing Act, No. 50 of 1999, a land

 

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