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Looking at permits and other questions about Level 3

Permits and other real estate questions in Level 3

The good news is that from 1 June real estate agents are among the businesses that may again operate, but it is not back to business as usual. Estate agents have many questions that apply to selling homes in the ‘new normal’ of Alert Level 3.

Years of sweat and tears behind unity in property

Years of sweat and tears behind unity in property

South Africa and the real estate industry finally have one representative body, the National Property Practitioners Council (NPPC), representing the best interests of the vast majority of estate agents.

Expect new trends from strained rental market

Expect movement in post-lockdown rental market

MAIN IMAGE: Samuel Seeff, chairman Seeff Property Group; Jacqui Savage, Rawson national rentals manager; Johette Smuts, PayProp head of data and analytics; Gary Palmer, CEO Paragon Lending Solutions. Marana Brand With many people struggling to make ends meet and job security under threat, renting may prove more popular than buying, while some tenants will downgrade. […]

How will the EAAB assist estate agents in Level 3?

How will the EAAB assist estate agents in Level 3?

In this uncertain time of ‘new normal’ and adapting to working with face masks, carrying permits and hand sanitizers, estate agents are asking where is the Estate Agency Affairs Board in offering guidance and support? CEO Mamodup Mohlala gives some answers.

5 Steps landlords can take against late-paying tenants

5 Steps landlords can take against late-paying tenants

The global pandemic has left many in financially challenging positions. The current economic circumstances have affected many jobs and weighed heavily on people’s income.

Real estate agents can work again!

Real estate agents can work again!

The Covid-19 crisis united South Africa’s real estate sector as never before in our history and the hard work has perhaps paid off – on Monday 1 June all property professionals may once again go outside to sell properties on condition of adhering to strict safety protocols to keep them and the buyers and sellers safe from infection with the novel coronavirus.

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