From the individual owner of a single property to an entire portfolio of a listed company
Mafadi can offer its exceptional property managment service to any property investor
South Africa’s inner cities are becoming great investment opportunities for investors and owner occupiers. Mafadi welcomes all investor levels with their portfolio.
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Mafadi Property Management is a Company that has been set up to offer comprehensive management and letting services to property owners in secondary property locations in South Africa and surrounding areas. The properties which Mafadi manage include residential, offices, retail and bodies corporates. Mafadi’s head office is based within the Maboneng Precinct on the east side of Johannesburg City.
The Company’s philosophy is driven by the need for alternate management within secondary areas. This entails working closely with City Improvement Districts, City council, understanding tenant’s needs and partnering with property owners and developers. This is done to not only maximize income but to add value to Inner Citys and surroundings by managing sustainable living and working spaces.
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If you’re a student relocating to further your studies or you’ve just starting your first job and you are now looking to rent your first apartment, what can you expect. Either or, you may not be exactly clear on what steps need to be taken. Hopefully we can guide you...
There are many reasons why a lease would be cancelled early. Whatever the reasons, all are subject to the Consumer Protection Act and the Rental Housing Act, and both fall under the South African law. Let us examine the reasons and the implications involved....
Moving into a rental property will more often than not come with the occasional hiccup, but no more than when a dispute arises about whose responsibility it is regarding the maintenance of the property. Disputes of this nature can often escalate to a point where a...