Posts Tagged: investment

Exclusive Use Areas

Exclusive Use Areas In Sectional Title Properties

Following on from our article on Buying in a Sectional Title Scheme, we delve a bit more deeply into Sectional Title Schemes, more specifically Exclusive Use Areas (EUA). To recap, a Sectional Title Scheme is a complex or development where a person purchases a section together with an undivided share in the common property. Sectional… Read more »

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National Budget Speech Summary 2019

This week the Minister of Finance delivered the annual Budget speech for South Africa’s year ahead.  In his speech, the Minister, Tito Mboweni placed emphasis on ridding the government of rot in order for new growth to take place – a clear indication that the ruling party are trying their best to clean up the… Read more »

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Finding the right Estate Agent to help you

With the advancement of technology throughout the world, many industries and jobs have changed and/or moved online.  Real Estate is no exception, with online estate agencies popping up left, right and centre.  While some see value in the ability to operate and do things online, when it comes to buying or selling a home, most… Read more »

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The Ramaphosa Effect On The Rand

Since the last few trading days in November the value of the Rand has appreciated significantly when measured against the Dollar, the Euro and the Pound. In the days leading up to the African National Congress (ANC) conference, 18th Dec 2018, we saw an ailing Rand where political and economic risks were generously priced into the… Read more »

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Property Compliance Certificates

A compliance certificate is a document which provides the parties with an assurance that all required safety standards have been complied with.  Some certificates are required under National Legislation such as electrical and electric fence, whereas others are required by Municipal By-Law such as the Plumbing Certificate required by the City of Cape Town. ELECTRICAL… Read more »

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You and Your UK Pension

Reviewing a UK Pension – Do I need to move it upon arrival? Speak to anyone relocating from the UK who has a UK pension and they will tell you that they’ve been approached by a financial advisor recommending their pension is moved to a QROPS². Often the approach is made within a short time… Read more »

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Brexit & The Currency

We’re now into month four after the Brexit referendum.  The leave campaign was looking like it would suffer a defeat at the hands of the stay campaigners, but as we all know, what would come around at 2am the following morning would be the biggest upset in the governments history. The uncertainty has spooked the… Read more »

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Signing an Offer to Purchase

We are all aware of the saying “signing your life away”, but do we always take note of what it is we may be signing?  South Africa has one of the best Deeds Registries in the world and while this is great it does mean that the property transfer process has quite a few regulations…. Read more »

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