KVV Inc. Training Centre: Division – Conveyancing Process

Welcome to the division of the KVV Inc. Training Centre dedicated to Conveyancing Process Training

  • Property Owners, Buyers and Agents: Check for the Title Deeds Before 25 February!

    Property Owners, Buyers and Agents: Check for the Title Deeds Before 25 February!

    “Time is of the essence” (legal phrase meaning ‘speed is essential, there’s a deadline, this is an emergency, hurry up, do it now’ – The Phrase Finder) You sell your...

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  • Buying Your First Home with a Government Subsidy

    Buying Your First Home with a Government Subsidy

    Note: If you earn over R22k p.m. (the subsidy threshold) or aren’t personally in the market for a house in the “affordable housing” bracket, please think of forwarding this article to someone who...

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  • Conveyancing Process Training [Video]14:14

    Conveyancing Process Training [Video]

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  • Conveyancing Process Training [Presentation]

    Conveyancing Process Training [Presentation]

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  • Request a CPD Certificate

    Request a CPD Certificate

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  • Conveyancing for Sellers [KVV Inc. Complete Brochure]

    Conveyancing for Sellers [KVV Inc. Complete Brochure]

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  • Standard Offer to Purchase

    Standard Offer to Purchase

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  • Can You Still Sell As Is?  CPA v The Voetstoots Clause

    Can You Still Sell As Is? CPA v The Voetstoots Clause

    Both sellers and buyers (of anything – houses, cars, you name it) need to understand how the CPA (Consumer Protection Act) has impacted on the very common “voetstoots” (“as is”) clause.   Firstly,...

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  • Buying Your First House – An Action Plan

    Buying Your First House – An Action Plan

    “Buy land – they’ve stopped making it” (Mark Twain) So you’ve decided to buy your first house – exciting! There’s nothing like owning and living in your very own dream house, and if you choose...

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  • Property Scams – Beware (Cyber) Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing!

    “Beware the wolf in sheep’s clothing” (Aesop’s Fables) Cybercrime levels are surging, and it didn’t take the scammers long to figure out that when you buy and sell property you become a prime...

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  • From the Horse’s Mouth: House Sales and the VAT Increase

    From the Horse’s Mouth: House Sales and the VAT Increase

    “If you hear something (straight) from the horse’s mouth, you hear it from the person who has direct personal knowledge of it” (Cambridge Dictionary) We all know by now that the VAT rate increased...

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  • How to Avoid Disputes over Jointly Owned Property

    How to Avoid Disputes over Jointly Owned Property

    “Co-ownership is the mother of disputes” (Roman law maxim)  Buying property can be an excellent investment, but it can also be expensive. So sometimes it makes a lot of sense to share the...

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  • Plot-and-Plan: Great Option, Just Beware the Building Deadline

    Plot-and-Plan: Great Option, Just Beware the Building Deadline

    “Buy land, they’re not making it anymore” (Mark Twain) Buying a house is an important and exciting experience.  One of the first decisions you must make is whether to buy an existing house (the...

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  • Sellers and Landlords: Using an Unregistered Estate Agent

    Sellers and Landlords: Using an Unregistered Estate Agent

    With media reports suggesting that up to 50,000 agents may be operating without the required Fidelity Fund Certificate (FFC).  The real figure is likely to be a lot less in that many former agents...

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  • Selling Property this Festive Season? 3 Tips for a Smooth Transfer

    Selling Property this Festive Season? 3 Tips for a Smooth Transfer

    The Festive Season can be a great time to sell property, and to buy it.  Warm weather, sunny gardens and bright rooms, lots of holidaying visitors, and more time on your hands generally all help...

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  • Plot And Plan: The Strange Case Of The Unsigned Sale Agreement

    Plot And Plan: The Strange Case Of The Unsigned Sale Agreement

    You buy a plot in a residential development and the developer agrees to build you a house to stated specifications and plans. You pay in full for the plot and it is transferred into your name. All...

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