Obtaining a propertyvaluation is an essential step when thinking of selling but for other purposes too such as estate planning, insurance purposes and to keep up with your asset values. So even if your move is not imminent, a house valuation still proves an excellent tool for indicating current market value, and possible room for improvements to increase the value of your home.
An online house valuation is a useful tool to get a quick and easy estimate of the actual price of your property.
By answering a few easy questions on the current condition of your home in Glencairn, our complimentary propertyvalue calculator, using the latest GIS (Geographical Information System) will provide you with an indication of how much money you could potentially make from the sale of your home if you are intending to sell or for the other purposes indicated above.
A feature unique to Valuator provides references to recent final property sales in selected Cape Town Metropolitan Areas, which have yet to be recorded in the Deeds Office. This value added feature ensures that our reports are reliable and up-to-date.
Valuator is a service provided by: HOMEimage.
*HOMEimage is not an estate agency and offers specialised marketing solutions to property developers, hospitality industry, private property sellers and agents, such as 3D models, floor plans, virtual tours, professional photography, drone aerial photography, property marketing materials, and project management.
Property Power is giving away 10 copies of the 11th edition of ‘Property Power in South Africa’. To be entered into this draw subscribe to our Glencairn blog. Winners will be announced on the Friday 26 February 2016 on our blog.
Buying or selling a home as well as moving, can be one of the most stressful experiences in your life, even more so if you are not properly informed, and it is probably one of the most important investments you will make. You need to understand your rights and obligations and learn to take control of the process.
Property and its wealth creating power is not an exact science, but a very complex industry, in which most of us share an interest. Property Power is designed to empower home buyers, home sellers, first-time property investors and owner-builders/renovators with knowledge regarding important aspects of purchasing and selling immovable residential property.
Too many people run into financial difficulty and have to live with disappointments after making hasty decisions and not taking control of their property transactions. Property Power is a magazine (including an interactive PC CD-Rom) in which we cover the most important facts with regard to property transactions as comprehensively as possible, while keeping it simple, user-friendly and easy to read.
If you missed out on the previous editions, don’t despair. Each year, after the Minister of Finance announces the new Budget, we update Property Power and release a new edition. Everything discussed in the previous edition is simply revised and modified to the latest developments, figures and legislation in the market and newly researched material is added.
Property Power is updated and published regularly. You can visit our website at any time to make sure that you have the latest edition and that you are not missing out on any new information, like amendments to certain acts, or changes in the interest rate, budget speech, and so on. We endeavor to update Property Power at least once a year, however sometimes an edition may be relevant for two years.
Everyone knows Gumtree. Gumtree is primarily a Classified Portal founded in the UK, AUS, NZ and SA. In 2005 it was bought by the global giant eBay. They are SA’s #1 Classified Site, the 6th biggest Website in SA. Their focus on a simple mobile interface and a easy to use App is paying dividends and their across the board popularity is increasing. Their App is the 11th most downloaded App in Android free Apps.
Due to their size Gumtree is also now 2nd in SA on Property after Property24 and better than PrivateProperty. Gumtree attracted over 1 300 000 visits in June (P24 2 400 000 and PP 1 100 000).
Gumtree are about to launch a major drive into real estate sales the from August 2015. With the traffic and eyes they control, their funding via eBay and their already being a Top 10 site, they are a major player.
Our Marketing Solutions ensure maximum exposure to qualified buyers. As from this week all Chas Everitt listings are now on Gumtree.
If you are looking for a plot with views then look no further. This mountainside plot situated on Glencairn Heights below Elsies Peak has enviable position with unrestricted sea views.
The land is a generously sized and has a slight gradient that starts from the street and slopes down onto the land. Read more about this Glencairn plot for sale.
Knowledge is Power they say and how true it is for the Estate Agent that wants to be considered more than someone that just sells houses. We are fortunate as Estate Agents or rather Property Practitioners as we are now called, that we can now seamlessly share our knowledge and the industry updates we receive with our respective communities. Helping our neighbours to empower themselves and guiding them safely through their Real Estate experiences is certainly better than them feeling left in the dark? I think we have all had our fair share of loadshedding of late…
Here is a really nice bite sized tip from local Attorneys Smith Tabata Buchanan Boyes regarding selling property from a deceased estate. If you have a Deceased Estate’s related query then contact June Teron from STBB on 021 673 4700 or email her on firstname.lastname@example.org
STBB Thought of The Week: Family members/heirs of a deceased person often erroneously sign an Offer to Purchase on behalf of the late property owner only to find that they had no authority to do so and that the agreement is therefore invalid.
When a property is sold directly from the deceased’s estate to a third party, it is the duty of the estate agents, heirs or family members negotiating the sale to obtain a copy of the deceased’s last will and testament to determine who has been nominated to act as Executor of the deceased’s estate.
Once the Executor(s) has been identified, Letters of Executorship appointing such Executor must be issued by the Master of the High Court and only an Executor who has been so appointed may accept and sign an Offer to Purchase on behalf of the deceased estate, thereby making such agreement lawful and binding on the deceased estate.