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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.

Pricing a property is not an exact science

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It's dangerous to assume that a low-cost home selling portal will sell a home at the same price as a full-service, hands-on, real estate agent.

“Wait-and-see” may not be the right strategy right now

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If I was a buyer, I would be careful, but not overly hesitant. Look around and research the market thoroughly. Particularly while there’s no pressure.

Green shoots of growth will be the antidote to damp homes market sentiment

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EWC “is no land grab”, says Ramaphosa. But it is certainly a long-drawn-out process – and our President is adept at playing the long game.

How to increase the value of your home without overcapitalising

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The general rule is not to invest more than 25% of market value of a home on improvements & renovations. In this market, more prudence is warranted.

What is the actual price of a property for sale?

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Is it the advertised price? Or 10% lower than advertised? Or even 20% lower?

Why right now luxury property is within your ‘buying reach’

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To take advantage of available opportunities, aspirant buyers should consider a holistic view of their buy / sell process.

It’s not about the 2019 election, it’s about growth

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Sentiment has always been the key factor that drives the residential property market. But it swings like a pendulum.

 

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