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Thursday Nov 30, 2017

Which renovations should you make to your home?

Renovations need to be sensible and wise, ensuring that a property owners gets a beneficial return on investment when the time comes to sell.

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Obs residents cast their votes to end 'civic capture'

A vote of no confidence was delivered against a property developer and an architect accused of trying to capture the Observatory Civic Association by allowing illegitimate members to vote them on to the executive committee in a bid to fast-track development deals.

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Wednesday Nov 29, 2017

Which tax benefits can property owners enjoy?

It is that time of year again where all income from property investments must be declared to SARS and is subject to income tax, this includes all rental income.

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Property developers 'hijacked' Observatory AGM

Property developers have allegedly tried to capture the Observatory Civic Association, allegedly in a bid to fast-track deals.

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Monday Nov 27, 2017

Tenants' right of first refusal to buy

Many tenants ask their landlords for first refusal, should the landlord ever decide to sell the property.

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Couple taken in by 'fake agent'

A young Cape Town couple, ambitious to get into the property business, learnt the hard way when they realised they had been dealing with a bogus estate agent and a law firm employee who allegedly tricked them into believing he was an attorney.

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Phoenix property scammers in dock for 'theft'of millions

More than a dozen desperate buyers who thought they had hit the cheap home jackpot have fallen for a property scam and lost more than R160 000 each.

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Solar water heaters for Durban residents

In an effort to reduce the demand on the city's power supply, ethekwini Municipality has approved a plan to roll out a water heater project to all residents.

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Bigger bond sizes encouraging for buyers

Good news for home buyers is that the average approved bond size has risen by almost 6% in the past 12 months, while the average home purchase price has risen only 3,3%.

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Sunday Nov 26, 2017

Cape Town neglects water resource in development drive

The City of Cape Town has been accused of "playing double jeopardy" with the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) following its attempts to buy of land within the PHA from a developer.

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