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'Astonishing’ Shift in South Africa’s Property Market

Home loan data shows an ‘astonishing’ shift in South Africa’s property market. Statistics for Q1 2021 show a significant rebound in the residential property sector after a year dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensu

7 Tips for Moving with Pets

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'Astonishing’ Shift in South Africa’s Property MarketHome loan data shows an ‘astonishing’ shift in South Africa’s property market. Statistics for Q1 2021 show a significant rebound in the residential property sector after a year dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing economic fallout.The data shows that the average purchase price in South Africa increased by 13.8% in Q1 2021 compared to Q1 2020. The average purchase price of first-time buyers showed a 15.1% increase over the same period.“The paradox of double-digit property price growth recorded for residential property amidst a global pandemic, coupled with the worst global and local economic downturn since the global financial crisis of 2008, is astonishing,” said Rhys Dyer, chief executive of Ooba."The unprecedented low cost of borrowing coupled with the major banks’ appetite to take on low or no deposit loans have created an ideal buying environment, particularly for first-time buyers," said Dyer.Compared to Q1 of 2020, the average approved bond size increased by 13.3%, while the average approved bond size for first-time home buyers increased by 14.8%.Source: BusinessTech bit.ly/3yjGkwq ... See MoreSee Less
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7 Tips for Moving with PetsMoving is stressful. You know this. Your dog knows this. And, oh gosh, your cat really, really knows this.Pets add an extra layer of logistics to moving. Here’s what animal trainers and behaviourists have to say:1. Set up a ‘safe room’ for your catSet up a 'safe room' for your cat during the first few hours, days or even weeks in the home. This should be a relatively small, enclosed space with all their necessary and favourite items. Once your cat is back to his normal routine, you can let him explore the rest of your home.2. Consider taking your pet to a pet sitter on moving dayIf you’re moving locally, consider hiring a pet sitter or have your pup stay with a friend overnight. It will be easier for your pet to adjust once everything is already moved and you’re in a calmer state.3. Unpack your pets’ belongings firstSet up your pets’ areas before unpacking the rest of your belongings. It allows them to start getting settled in ASAP. Make sure there are unwashed items, like an old T-shirt of yours or bedding for your dog that smells like home.4. Pet-proof your new placeGot a garden at your new place? Give it a thorough inspection. If you have a fence, check every inch of it, being on the lookout for places your pets could escape from.5. Explore the neighbourhoodGet to know the new neighbourhood with your pup. Also, meet your neighbours, so your pet knows who is allowed and who is 'stranger danger'.6. Carry on with your routinesThe best thing you can do is to introduce the same routines you had in your old house. Bring your dog’s same bed and other items with familiar smells to your new home.7. Update their microchipsLast, but not certainly not least: update your address and phone number on your pet’s microchip when you move. An up-to-date microchip can help get your pet home quickly if he’s lost in his new neighbourhood.Read more: bit.ly/3bBJvpF ... See MoreSee Less
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