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Invest in property before April and save on VAT.

Category Investing

Property buyers who invest before the revised tax figures kick in on 1 April 2018, will pay 14% VAT.

The difference between an HOA and Body Corporate explained.

Category Property Market

People often ask what the difference is between a homeowners' association (HOA) and a Body Corporate

New Year's resolutions: Time to get financially fit

Category Finance

January is a time for implementing New Year's resolutions. With that in mind, it would me wise to make a plan to kick bad financial habits

5 Tips To Prepare Your Home Buying Journey in 2018.

Category Property Market

There are no time like the present to start working on your goals and dreams.

What to expect in the housing market in 2018.

Category Property Market

The country's residential property market is expected to remain resilient, as there is still a healthy appetite for property investments.

SA to move to electronic title deed system to cope with new land reform system.

Category Property Market

The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has announced that it intends to introduce

Gauteng's development hotspots for 2018 revealed.

Category Property Market

In addition to ongoing development across Gauteng, large-scale growth is especially predicted for the northern and north-western suburbs

Sectional title property performance indicates buyer priorities.

Category Property Market

Since 2012, sectional title complexes have been leading the South African property market, not only in terms of price

A look inside Cape Town's new R 1 million '"micro" apartments.

Category Property Market

Following international trends, Cape Town is set to receive a new 'micro-living' apartment development

Organic waste could provide the building material of the future, Arup report reveals.

Category Property Market

Cities could tackle the global problem of rising levels of waste and depleted resources by using organic waste

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