Landlords News

Insurance

What is renter’s insurance?

By Joshua White

As a lessee, it's important to consider renter’s, or tenant’s, insurance. We speak about its purpose and importance.

What is renter’s insurance?
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Insurance

7 Insurance musts for landlords

By Joshua White

Insurance, while it can seem like a grudge spend, is a vital form of protection that landlords should consider. We spoke to an expert to find out more.

7 Insurance musts for landlords
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Finance

What if you have a dispute with your landlord? A guide to the Housing Tribunal

By Isabelle Coetzee

If you and your landlord aren’t in agreement regarding your lease, it could lead to a messy situation where they don’t get paid, or you lose your deposit. But did you know that there’s an organisation that assists with these kinds of matters?

What if you have a dispute with your landlord? A guide to the Housing Tribunal
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Home Insurance

Can’t pay rent? This is what you should do

By Isabelle Coetzee

We all face challenging circumstances. For some of us, this may mean we’re unable to afford the basket of goods we usually purchase each month, and for others it may be as drastic as being unable to pay rent

Can’t pay rent? This is what you should do
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Financial News

Can you evict paying residential tenants?

By Danielle van Wyk

One of the most common reasons for wanting to evict a tenant is non-payment of rent. But there are many other situations that landlords may encounter. These can range from damaging property and breaching contract, to being reported as a continuous disturbance by neighbours.

Can you evict paying residential tenants?
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Financial News

What the CPA means for landlords and tenants

By Danielle van Wyk

We take a look at what the CPA means for landlords and tenants and the rights they have around it. 

What the CPA means for landlords and tenants
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Financial Health

Your rights when your landlord sells

By Danielle van Wyk

One of the downsides of renting a home is that you’re not lord of the manor. Landlords have the authority to make changes with or without your consent, and this includes selling a home while you are in tenancy.

Your rights when your landlord sells
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