Fin 24

10 top tips to avoid property and rental scams

While making property sales and advertising easier, technological advances have, unfortunately, also made it easier for scammers to prey on unsuspecting buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants and agents, says Steve van Wyk, managing director of Seeff Centurion.

He provides some tips on how to minimise the risks of falling victim to real estate fraud – both in sales and in rentals.

Van Wyk advises people who know that they will be seeking rental accommodation to start looking for rentals timeously….


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