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4 Celebrities That Have Invested In Property

Hollywood stars, singers, and athletes usually top the list of wealthiest people in the world thanks to huge sponsorship deals, a nice payday after an acting gig or sold out concerts. However, some savvy celebrities are thinking of their long-term wealth and have invested in something that will help push their net-worth to an enviable […]

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5 Ways To Avoid Renting Out To Bad Tenants

You’ve bought the property, renovated and now you’re ready to rent it out! Now, you’re venturing into landlord territory which could be an exciting ride but also terrifying. What’s the worst that could happen? Bad tenants. A lousy tenant could turn your potential landlord experience into a nightmare, but if you’re able to weed out […]

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Flipping Houses: Worth It?

You may have heard a few friends or colleagues talk about buying a house and then reselling it to make a small profit. If you’re not a big risk taker, this may seem like a tricky and unsafe investment, but if you believe the experts, it could pay off well. The trick is, you need […]

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3 Best Money Management Apps

If you’re starting a property business, it’s always good to ensure that you have a plan to manage your budget and savings. While some may enjoy working on an Excel spreadsheet, keeping your data in one place, especially if you’re on the go, is important. We take a look at the top 3 money management […]

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How the New Property Legislation Affects the Property Market

There are two pieces of legislation that may affect the South African property market: Property Practitioners and the Electronic Deeds Registration Systems Bill. Expected to pass sometime in this year, the bills will provide stricter guidelines and better processes. This ensures that there is transparency in the burgeoning property market. The Property Practitioners Bill This […]

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How Much Are You Saving?

Taking a look at the South African saving culture. We’re told to save the moment we start our first job, but how many of us have abided by this rule? According to the 2017 Old Mutual Savings and Investment monitor, those aged between 31 and 49 are saving less and less. It’s not to say […]

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