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    Claim your title deed and own your home

    Fri, Mar 8, 2019

    Tshwane beneficiaries of government-subsidised houses (RDPs) are urged to collect their title deeds.

    The Human Settlement Department issues title deeds to beneficiaries on an ongoing basis. Over the years, a backlog of title deeds that have not been collected by beneficiaries has developed.

    Currently, there are 9 066 uncollected title deeds that must be collected.

    Residents of subsidised houses in Ga-Rankuwa, Mabopane, Winterveld, Soshanguve, Temba, Stinkwater, Hammanskraal, Kudube, Atteridgeville, Lotus Gardens, Elandspoort, Olievenhoutbosch, Laudium, Refilwe, Mamelodi, Nellmapius, Eersterust, Rethabiseng and Zithobeni are requested to visit their nearest regional office to claim their title deeds. 


    REGION 1Mabopane1653 Peter Mogano Street, Revenue Services Building, Mabopane X012 358 0787/ 2371/4224
     Soshanguve 2275 Cnr Tlhatlhagane and Commissioner Street, Municipality Building Offices 11-21, Soshanguve012 358 9737/ 2371/4224
     Ga-Rankuwa 9111 Setlalentoa Street, Zone 5, Ga-Rankuwa Admin Unit Building012 358 9737/ 2371/4224
     Akasia16 Dale Street, Karenpark, Customer Care Building, Office B1-15 and B1-21012 358 9737/ 2371/4224
    REGION 2Hammanskraal/Temba4424 Unit 2, Molefe Makinta Street, Temba/Hammanskraal012 358 9860/ 0374/4023/8774
    REGION 3


    Lady Selborne

    Lotus Gardens


    Corner Komane and Mngadi Street, Mini-Munitoria, Atteridgeville012 358 4315/ 8497/1124/7907
    REGION 4



    Block L Building, Crystal Park One Office Complex, 249 Basden Avenue, Lyttelton, Centurion012 358 3888/ 1490/1652
    REGION 5Refilwe2646 Rumo Drive, Refilwe012 358 7029
    REGION 6




    19684 Cnr Ledwaba and Mkhubela Street, Mini Munitoria Offices C24, C28 and C33 012 358 5546/ 4780/ 4229
    REGION 7RethabisengMuniforum 1 Building, 2nd Floor, Cnr Market and General Louis Botha Street 012 358 6889/ 5891/6548


    A title deed gives a homeowner the security of tenure and confidence over their property. Your house is not your house until you have a title deed.

    1. What is a title deed?

    It is an official and legal document that proves that you are the rightful owner of a stand (house).

    2. Why must I have a title deed?

    This is the document that proves that a house or a stand is yours. It will be needed when you sell your house, apply for a loan to renovate or upgrade your house or even submit housing plans if you are planning to extend your house. This document should be kept in a safe place. Should this document be lost or misplaced, you will pay for a replacement.

    3. How can I find out if there is an uncollected title deed registered in my name?

    You may visit a housing office nearest to you. The list and addresses of the offices are listed above.

    4. Who should collect a title deed?

    The person who has been allocated a house with their name appearing on the title deed. Only a registered person/owner of a house or stand can collect a title deed.

    5. What do I need to have to collect a title deed?

    The registered person should take their green bar-coded identity book/card along when visiting a housing office.

    6. The house was given to my father/mother/aunt/sister, etc who is now deceased. What will happen now?

    The first thing is to ensure that someone should be appointed to be the heir and/or executor of the will of the deceased.

    The heir/executor will then submit a letter of appointment issued by the Magistrates' office/Master of the High Court to the same office.

    The heir/executor must also have their identity book/card and the death certificate of the deceased with them.

    7. No one has been appointed as the heir and/or executor, what do I do?

    The family member(s) of the deceased must visit one of the housing offices. They will be given a letter to take to the Master of the High Court. This letter will request the Master's office to appoint an executor/executrix for them.

    They will then submit the appointment letter along with the deceased's death certificate and the executor's identity book/card to collect the title deed.

    8. I have all the documents needed to collect a title deed, so where do I go to collect it?

    Visit the housing office in the area where your house/stand is located to collect your title deed. See the list above for the physical address of your closest office.

    9. I want to call and ask first before I go there, who do I call?

    Call the housing office in the area where your house/stand is located.

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