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Answers to estate agents’ questions about SA’s lockdown

Answers to estate agents’ questions about SA’s lockdown

The impending 21-day lockdown in South Africa will severely impact the local real estate industry. There are many restrictions facing estate agents such as the Deeds Office that will be closed, but there are also options for small and medium agencies to apply for financial relief.

Lockdown: how estate agencies mitigate the economic impact

Lockdown: how estate agencies mitigate the economic impact

Big or small, local estate agencies have chosen to remain open for business during South Africa’s lockdown to fight the spread of the deadly new coronavirus.

Lockdown: How to deal with rent and levies

Lockdown: how to deal with rent and levies

Many people will not be able to earn an income during the nationwide lockdown from midnight 26 March till midnight 16 April. What are landlords who are unable to pay their levies to do?

No, tenants can’t move during lockdown

No, tenants can’t move during lockdown

All tenants who were due to move at the end of March will now need to do so before midnight on Thursday 26 March, or they will have to remain in place at least until after the nationwide lockdown, which currently ends at midnight on 16 April.

Coronavirus: Know your employment rights

Coronavirus: Know your employment rights

The COVID – 19 (or “Coronavirus”) is spreading. Employers and employees have a role to play in limiting its impact. In this alert, we answer some of the most pressing questions that have been asked over the past few days.

Coronavirus: how estate agencies adapt in South Africa

Coronavirus: how estate agencies adapt in South Africa

In the wake of the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) declared a national disaster in South Africa, there is little chance of business as usual for anyone.

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