RE/MAX Business Operations for COVID-19

RE/MAX Business Operations for COVID-19

26 March 2020

Following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s declaration of the COVID-19 situation as a national disaster and placing the country into a lockdown for 21 days beginning 26 March, we believe that it is our responsibility to support the president’s decision while we continue to provide value-adding property services. Shortly after hearing that the virus had entered South Africa, our Regional Support Office sent out Recommended COVID-19 Operational Guidelines and asked all brokers to shift business...

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HOW A FULL LOCKDOWN WILL AFFECT REAL ESTATE & THE ECONOMY

HOW A FULL LOCKDOWN WILL AFFECT REAL ESTATE & THE ECONOMY

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address to the nation called the country into a full lockdown to contain the spread of COVID-19. This decision will cause all non-essential businesses to shut down all face-to-face operations until the situation...

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RE/MAX HALF FRANCHISE FEES TO EASE BROKERS BURDENS

RE/MAX HALVE FRANCHISE FEES TO EASE BROKERS BURDENS

Our country is faced with an unprecedented situation following President Ramaphosa’s announcement of a mandatory nationwide lockdown for 21 days to curb the spread of the Covid-19 disease. It is going to be a difficult...

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7 WAYS TO RESPOND TO MOODY’S DOWNGRADE

7 WAYS TO RESPOND TO MOODY’S DOWNGRADE

South Africans woke up to Moody’s having downgraded South Africa to junk status this Saturday, making it the third rating agency to do so and putting us in a negative investment-grade situation.

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MPC PROVIDES FURTHER RELIEF FOR DEBT HOLDERS BY ANNOUNCING LOWER INTEREST RATES

MPC PROVIDES FURTHER RELIEF FOR DEBT HOLDERS BY ANNOUNCING LOWER INTEREST RATES

Following a cut in interest rates at their last meeting in January, and the Finance Ministers decision to lower income tax levels during the budget speech in February, the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) announced some...

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