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Adrian Goslett

Regional director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa
Location:South Africa

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Adrian Goslett is CEO and regional director of RE/MAX Southern Africa. He joined RE/MAX Southern Africa in 2005 as a franchise development consultant, supporting various regions and offices. Throughout his career at RE/MAX he has held various positions. In 2010, after successfully leading 160 offices and over 1500 agents in six countries through the worst years real estate has ever seen in South Africa in 30 years, Goslett was appointed as CEO of RE/MAX Southern Africa.
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Repo rate remains unchanged, property market to remain restrained

South African Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago announced on Thursday, 21 September, that the Monetary Policy Committee has decided to keep the rates at their current levels

By Adrian Goslett 22 Sep 2017

What you need to know about occupational rent

Whether you are a buyer or a seller, it is vital that you are familiar with the terms and conditions stipulated in the property sales agreement

By Adrian Goslett 15 Sep 2017

The lowdown on letting out your property

Irrespective of whether the property in question is a one-bedroom studio flat, a cottage at the back of the garden or an entire estate, the same laws and procedures apply and need to be understood clearly in order to make a success of the rental market

By Adrian Goslett 14 Sep 2017

When does an offer to purchase lapse?

Buyers who have found the right home will be eager to know whether their offer will be accepted by the seller or whether they need to keep looking. Being in a state of limbo can be frustrating

By Adrian Goslett 14 Aug 2017

What agents consider when setting an asking price

Although there is a vast amount of information available to homeowners online, there is currently no site or programme outside of the real estate profession that can accurately evaluate a property

By Adrian Goslett 8 Aug 2017

Should property be considered an asset or expense?

At first glance, the question seems to be simple to answer - of course, property is an asset. However, there is more to it than initially meets the eye

By Adrian Goslett 3 Jul 2017

How important is security in the rental market?

Security has been a major influence in property buying decisions, with South Africans among the most security-conscience home buyers in the world

By Adrian Goslett 28 Jun 2017

Avoid committing these deadly sins of property investment

While purchasing investment property can be risky, it can also be a gateway to a future free from financial worry if the right principles are applied

By Adrian Goslett 26 Jun 2017

EAAB protects against unscrupulous agent behaviour

According to a Homeowner Insights study conducted by Absa and Columinate in 2016, only 16% of people selling their properties trusted their estate agents

By Adrian Goslett 22 Jun 2017

Understanding the role of the Rental Housing Tribunal

Established during 2001, the Rental Housing Tribunal (RHT) assists in resolving disputes that arise between landlords and tenants

By Adrian Goslett 22 May 2017

Costs to consider when investing in property

Purchasing an investment property can offer great financial rewards

By Adrian Goslett 19 May 2017

Here's what you need to know about compliance certificates

Putting a home up for sale takes some preparation on the seller's part as they need to have all of their compliance certificates in order before taking the step of listing their home on the market

By Adrian Goslett 8 May 2017

How servitude impacts property values

What is a servitude and how can it impact the value of a property?

By Adrian Goslett 5 May 2017

Purchasing a rented home

You have been looking for the ideal property to purchase for months and finally find it, but there is a catch, there is a tenant who is currently renting the property. What now?

By Adrian Goslett 3 May 2017

Tax tips for landlords

Owning a rental property portfolio that provides an income is much like owning a business, and as such there are tax implications and dues that need to be paid to the South Africa Revenue Service

By Adrian Goslett 28 Apr 2017

Are you thinking of building?

Unless you have the cash saved up, constructing a home is going to require getting a loan from a financial institution

By Adrian Goslett 28 Apr 2017

Conveyancing attorneys - their role in a property transaction

The change of ownership of an immovable doesn't happen when the Offer to Purchase is signed, or even when the purchase price is paid to the seller

By Adrian Goslett 18 Apr 2017

The process of rezoning or subdividing

Homeowners who are looking to rezone their property for business use or subdivide to sell a portion of their land may be in for a longer ride than they initially expected

By Adrian Goslett 11 Apr 2017

What junk status means for property market

The downgrade of South Africa to sub-investment will have a negative impact on the housing market

By Adrian Goslett 5 Apr 2017

Is buying repossessed property worth it?

While many may think that a sale of execution and a repossessed property are one in the same, they do differ

By Adrian Goslett 4 Apr 2017

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