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February is seasonally and traditionally the best time to sell

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In the meantime, the homes market is perfectly positioned for its seasonal February/March upturn in activity.

Are the Bosasa revelations good or bad for homes market sentiment?

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Knowing and understanding a problem is the critical first step in the process of dealing with it.

Occupation on a date or on Transfer

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As the process of simplification continues to unfold globally, we have found that about 70% of property purchase contracts set occupation down on transfer.

Is the 'sweet spot' for home buying now upon us?

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The market has already borne the brunt of the tsunami of bad news that has dampened buy/sell sentiment for far too long. It is now poised at a turning point.

The SA homes market is now truly and finally poised for positive change in 2019

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The result of the 2019 election will dictate whether or not history repeats itself.

"A good neighbour increases the value of your property"- Czech proverb

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Neighbours can assist in raising the value of home sale prices in residential areas.

On the balance of probabilities, the property market is bound to improve now

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A recent BizNews piece by London-based Alec Hogg notes that Europe's biggest asset manager, 200-year-old Schroders, still has its investment eye on South Africa

The fundamentals of a 'good' house to buy

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Choosing a home to buy is not easy and it shouldn't be just about 'likes and dislikes'.

Persistent curiosity is key to buying

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My advice to home buyers - not least in the current challenging market circumstances - is: Be persistently curious.

Has 10 years of no growth damaged fundamental belief in property?

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Political sentiment has now improved by a quantum leap and it should improve even further after the election, but the economy has deteriorated into a recession.

 

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