07 January 2021This week: The changing world of compliance; Land Registry’s Safe Harbour Standard is good news for conveyancing, and will the surge in first-time home buyers lead the recovery in the property market?
14 January 2021This week: Revitalising property markets through inner-city investment and refurbishment; a forecast for 2021's property landscape; and clients need out of hours access, but don't expect firms to respond.
21 January 2021This week: 2021 Fidelity Fund Certificate application portal to open until 31 January 2021; Johannesburg Deeds Office Rectification Section arrangements; and conveyancing will lead the way in digital ID.
28 January 2021This week: Six factors hanging in the balance for property in 2021; firms need to question their approach to compliance; and Lockdown highlighted critical challenges on the independence of the judiciary.
04 February 2021This week: Financial Pressure the biggest driver in owner serviced properties; SPLUMA judgment found to be invalid and suspended for six months; and financial implications for selling property – is it classified as capital or revenue?
11 February 2021This week: Cross-industry survey reveals digital and remote working welcomed by property professionals; reducing the risk of property fraud; and using the spoliation remedy to protect against unlawful dispossession.
18 February 2021This week: Technology and transparency: The key to conveyancing of the future; Retirement reform changes - what do these mean for the construction industry; and Outsourcing – The underestimated business model in conveyancing.
25 February 2021This week: Conveyancing taskforce set up to manage digital transition; Western Cape heritage assessments: WCPDF launches inaugural survey; and delays in opening municipal accounts in Cape Town after transfer.
09 January 2020This week: Fidelity Fund Certificates have been issued to all legally compliant estate agents; the rise of Lawtech; and how to charge what you’re worth and get it.
16 January 2020This week: What the development charges bill could mean for property industry; muted house price growth in 2019; and EAAB Professional designation examination enrolment now open.