Professional property management

Mafadi Property Management was formed to re-invent the property management sector, by focusing on a comprehensive list of in house utilities and outstanding letting services to property owners. Mafadi manages residential , office and retail properties.

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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

Investment

South Africa’s inner cities are becoming great investment opportunities for investors and owner occupiers.  Mafadi welcomes all investor levels with their portfolio.

Management

Mafadi can guarantee the best Property Management with their dedication to excellence and a host of supplementary services. 

Rental

Mafadi’s immense rental portfolio allows all renters to find the perfect location for a commercial, residential or retail rental space.

Student

Mafadi has created an excellent portal for students. To find out more about affordable student accommodation in South Africa please go visit our  Student Life section.

 

Mafadi Featured Properties

Have a look at our hottest properties.

Rand Daily Mail - Jozi

 

Rand Daily Mail House is the former location of the famous anti-apartheid newspaper which was closed down in 1985.

RDM is near the Maboneng precienct, and very close to the Absa Offices. It’s in easy reach of Braamfontein, Doornfontein and Newtown and is close to several colleges, universities and malls.

Wavecrest - Durban

 

Wavecrest, a brand new re-development in Durban.  Close to the beach and to Durban’s massive China Mall. A neighborhood in Durban that will turn heads.  Don’t miss out on this amazing building, book your space today.

It being only  3 minutes away from China Mall and 150 meters away from Durban Beach makes it ideal for any young and hip durbanite.

Trifecta - Durban

 

Trifecta Student Living offers students a warn, safe and modern environment during their years of study.  With various accommodation options and facilities such as kitchens, gardens, chill areas, WiFi and excellent property management you will find your home at Trifecta Student Living.

Trifecta student living is within walking distance from all DUT campuses and close to various FET colleges.

 

Mafadi Property Management

A snippet of what makes us tick

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 Johannesburg’s Inner City and surroundings by managing sustainable living and working spaces. 

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Your different investment property options

  Buying the correct investment property can be a tricky decision, simply because with property there is no one size fits all approach.  Each investment property will have its own advantages and disadvantage.  By understanding your different investment property options you will be able to make a better informed investment for your lifestyle. Let’s have a look at your different investment property options…   Student Investment Property Students Investment property is always a good idea, simply because of the ample amount of tenants.  Another advantage is that many student will co-sign their accommodation lease with their parents. This should eliminate some chance of students falling behind on rent. The downfall with student investment properties are that they tend to take far more work to manage and maintain correctly, and if not managed correctly they can become a small nightmare. I say this because students don’t tend to be the most responsible renters.  They are easy going in simply they don’t care too much.  The important part of student investment properties are that you have to be picky with the quality of tenant you choose.  As a landlord you have the right to simple say no to a potential tenant and say yes to another.  Please don’t take this as any form of discrimination, but you find good and bad tenants in all cultures and income groups.   Be selective of the person that you want to rent your property, not their background.   Advantages: Ample amount of tenants. Disadvantages: The quality of tenants may not always be first class. Making noisy tenants and maintenance issues a concern.   Mafadi...

Moving Company V.S. a DIY move

Moving house is quite exciting, but moving into your new house may not be so exciting.  It is often then when we question a Moving Company V.S. a DIY move.  Which option will be the best for you as some value their time and others value their savings.   There are however several factors to consider when valuing up the pros and cons of a moving company v.s. a diy move:   DIY Move: An old favourite of many new homeowners/tenants are the trailer and friends move, the diy move.  The main benefits of this moving method is that it will save you money, and lots of it.  The negative is that it is incredibly hard work and you owe all your friends a favour. DIY Move considerations: Short Distances are perfect: You will have to keep in mind that you will have to make a couple of back and forth trips.   Consider hiring a bigger vehicle or trailer for the day, this will take a few trips off. Labour Intensive: Moving yourself is still a big job and a hard job at that. Especially when it comes to those heavy fridges and washing machines.  I would suggest other than your few friends (and especially if they are all too busy) that you hire a few day labourers.  This way you safe your back and give others a quick payday. Timeframe & Stress: A diy move can add quite a bit of stress.  Making sure everything and everyone is in order is not a job to be taken for granted. You should ask yourself how much time do you...

Top 10 Remodeling Projects

Remodeling your property is always an exciting experience.  Considering what you would like, love and what you need.  While keeping all of these consideration in mind, one should also consider which of these major remodeling projects will pay of the best when it comes to your selling price. After all your home is your home, but also an inverstment.   Source: https://jessicazepeda.wordpress.com/2013/03/21/top-10-remodeling-projects/ Wanting to know more about which home remodeling projects will add value, we digged a bit further. Related articles: Investment Property 6 Cons to Investment Properties 4 Main Property Investment Options 8 Reasons why renting is better than buying Property Management Property Management Companies and their Rental Services Is it time to hire a Property Manager? 5 Reasons why you need a Property Management Company Selecting a Quality Property Management Firm What are Property Management Services? Property Managers Selecting a Property Management Company  Marketing Interests for Landlords Design your own “For Rent” Sign Fill your Rental Property 5 Ways to Rental Property Marketing Landlord Interests Pet Friendly or Not 5 Tips for Setting your Rental Rate Wrong Assumptions lead to incorrect Rental Rates 13 Questions to ask your prospective landlord 10 Questions to ask your prospective tenant Furnished or Unfurnished, which is better? Legal Matters for Landlords Lease Agreement for landlords Ending a Lease Agreement Move In Checklist for landlords and tenants Evictions, as sad possibility Security Deposit – Don’t Gamble with it  Written by Lizl Brink, Lizl is copywriter and designer based in Johannesburg, she is also a frequent contributor to the Mafadi blog, and as an Urban investor and rejuvenation shares a passion for urban regeneration, go check out her...
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