Property Co-ownership

Property Co-ownership

Property Co-ownership is a great idea when you want to enter the property market or even step further up it e.g. A joint holiday home or even flipping a property and re-selling it. There are however a few questions and requirements that need to get asked and done...
Selling a property without approved plans

Selling a property without approved plans

The National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act 103 of 1977 stipulates that approved plans need to be obtained before any renovations or building works to a property may take place. If a qualified architect, draughtsman or builder is used, they will have...
Costs to be aware of during the transfer process

Costs to be aware of during the transfer process

Many of us don’t realise that conveyancing fees need to be paid once an Offer to Purchase has been signed and before the transfer process can begin. These costs are payable over and above the purchase price: Conveyancing Fees (including bond and transfer costs) –...
Deceased Estate Transfers

Deceased Estate Transfers

When the owner of a property dies, their property will need to be transferred to another person, usually a family member. This process can only begin once the High Court appoints an executor to deal with the administration of all assets of the deceased person, as well...
What are conveyancing attorneys?

What are conveyancing attorneys?

There are 3 types of conveyancing attorneys: Transfer, Bond Registration and Bond Cancellation Attorneys. The transfer attorney is involved in co-ordinating all 3 attorneys to bring the transaction to finality and ensures that all parties are aware of the progress of...
Conveyancing Made Easy

Conveyancing Made Easy

Conveyancing Made Easy Voluntary conveyancing is an elective transfer from an individual to another without adequate consideration. Delinquent borrowers voluntary convey the property to the lender to avoid default and any effects it might have on the borrower’s credit...
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