Should you buy a house or reap the benefits of being a tenant at JHC?

Becoming a homeowner is a dream for many, and it’s one of the biggest decisions you can make in your life. But it’s also one of the most expensive endeavours to take on. With the national economy looking as grim as ever, and the increasing gap of inequalities, it seems impossible for mid to low-income earners to afford housing in South Africa. So, when the time comes for you to decide between buying a house or...Read more


How to know if you qualify for JHC's social housing solution

When you’re looking to move out of home or your current living situation, you need to be prepared for the change – whether it’s because you have a new family, a new job or simply need a space of your own.

Finding the right place that meets your needs, wants, and budget is not an easy task. Especially when you live in South Africa, where the property market is significantly pricey, despite the reality that the...Read more


Get prepared and include these hidden costs into your moving budget

The costs of moving from one flat to another can be high, and some of the expenses can go unnoticed until you investigate your bank statement later on. But you don’t want to be caught off guard by expenses you didn’t know you had to budget for. So, it’s best to be prepared from the very moment you decide that you’re ready to move out into a new flat.

To help you with the preparation process, below, we’ll...Read more


How to find the best apartment as a young adult with JHC

So you’ve finally decided that now is the right time to leave the nest? While it can be an exciting journey to start, it can be just as challenging to find the ideal apartment, more so as a young adult. Not only must you consider your budget, but with so many options available, it can also be overwhelming. 

Which is why we thought it would be helpful to have a young adult compile a list of tips that will help other...Read more


Why JHC is the best accommodation option for residents of all ages

Millions of South Africans live paycheque to paycheque. As a result, the majority of citizens cannot afford to buy houses or look for rental homes available in the private market. This is because they tend to be more on the pricey side. And, the costs keep rising, which further disadvantages the working class who are within the mid-to-low-income groups.

In fact,...Read more


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