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2019 Show day home-selling set for seasonal uptick

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To buy a house, you need to personally experience the house. The digital route is no substitute at this point.

Moore's Law now a key consideration in home buying/renovating

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That's my best advice to aspirant homeowners as the impact of Moore's Law continues to gain traction, albeit indirectly.

Spare a thought for Estate Agents now earning less than 15 years ago

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There are too many questions that a buyer should receive answers for from a full-service agent that an online "agent" cannot answer.

Five other considerations when buying

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1. Establish clearly the boundaries of the property you're interested in.

To buy well do your homework well

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More than 50 per cent of home buyers end up buying properties that are not in line with the detail of their original briefs or intentions.

Price right during the 'sweet spot' period

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The 'sweet spot' of a home sale cycle runs from week two to week eight. It is a critical period in which the inflow of enquiries is strongest

Beware the "Freeze Clause" in a mandate

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A sole mandate is the right way to sell a property. However, estate agents who fail to sell a home within the period of a sole mandate

Evolution or Big Bang theory

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The A team is ahead, Cyril Ramaphosa is President and his people have been moving into place, the positive effect on the homes market will be felt.

Calling all neighbours!

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When you see a house on show in your neighbourhood...visit it. Why? Because all neighbours are stakeholders in the suburbs in which they live.

Has 11 years of no growth damaged fundamental belief in property?

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By contrast, those who choose to wait until after winter before putting their homes on the market could end up competing with the best gardens in town.

 

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