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Monday Jul 31, 2017

'Worst house in best street' still sound advice

The old saying "buy the worst house on the best street and not the best house on the worst street" still rings true.

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New by-law to control Pretoria dogs

A barking dog is a "nuisance" to neighbours and therefore punishable. This is in accordance with Tshwane's new city by-law, which will become law once it has been been promulgated - published in the Provincial Gazette - by city manager Moeketsi Mosola.

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Cape Town tries to curb urban sprawl

The City of Cape Town said its revised draft on the Municipal Spatial Development Framework (MSDF), which is out for public comment, seeks to promote development along established transport nodes within the city's "inner core" and prevent urban sprawl.

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Durban property owners should check bills

The City of Durban has advised customers to check their council bills on a monthly basis and contact the city if they require clarity on any issues pertaining to their accounts.

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Family can't move into repossed property

What seemed like a dream home has turned into a nightmare for several families who tried to buy repossessed properties in Khayelitsha.

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Barclays eyes 20% home loans market share

Barclays Africa plans to grow market share in its home loan division to 20 percent by December, as it reported on Friday that headline earnings had grown 7 percent on stronger earnings in the half year to June.

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NHBRC faces criticism

The National Home Builders Registration Council was set up to protect housing consumers from unscrupulous and inept builders and the "bakkie brigade" by professionalising the industry and making registration a legal requirement.

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Friday Jul 28, 2017

Joburg probes building approval abuse

The City of Joburg is set to clamp down on developers and builders who build without permission or approved plans.

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Thursday Jul 27, 2017

'Timeshare ruined my retirement'

The Vacation Ownership Association of Southern Africa (VOASA) has promised it would respond to claims that its members were fleecing people of their hard-earned money.

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Woodstock corner shops battle to stay open

Shop owners in Woodstock are fearing closure because of high rates hikes and rent, electricity and water increases.

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