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ADDITIONAL PROTECTIONS AFFORDED TO CONSUMERS IN RESPECT OF THE EXECUTION OF PRIMARY RESIDENCES

Category Property News

The Residential Consumer Case considered a number of questions placed before it, but the article will concentrate on few key decisions outcomes.

SHOULD I BUY MY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IN MY NAME OR IN A CC, COMPANY OR TRUST

Category Property News

Know the facts before you make big decisions.

EXPROPRIATION OF LAND WITHOUT COMPENSATION

Category Property News

Expropriation of land without compensation

Historical municipal debt: Good news for new property owners.

Category Property News

Imagine buying a new home, moving in, only to discover that you owe thousands of rand in historical debt that the previous owner racked up?

EAAB Privyseal and Fidelity Fund Certificate

Category Property News

When buying or selling a property, whether for thousands or millions, you only want to deal with bona fide registered agents with valid license.

The tax implications of selling your primary residence

Category Property News

The capital gains tax was introduced on 1 October 2001. It applies to all gains made on the disposal of capital assets from this date.

The importance of building plans and occupation certificates when selling or buying a house.

Category Property News

You can’t legally sell a house without the approved plans. When buying a house the onus is on the seller to produce the plans.

Lifestyle Estates in Plettenberg Bay

Category Property News

Lifestyle estates are fast becoming the go-to option when looking to buy property.

Seminar Success

Category Property News

On the 4th August 2017, Helen Melon Properties held a Home Owner’s Seminar in aid of the PlettAid Foundation.

WHY DO YOU NEED A OCCUPANCY CERTIFICATE?

Category Property News

So your new property has been built, all you need to do is move in, right? Not so fast. Before you can move in, you will need an Occupancy Certificate.

 
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