select

News Archive for April - 2018

News Archive by Date
global political shifts give rise to new property markets
camps bay buyers in search of ‘green’ homes
scarborough – the unassuming coastal gem
a guide for first-time renters
how to accelerate your deposit savings
top 5 misconceptions of selling your home
enforcing water restrictions at tenanted properties
the benefits of a 100% bond
parktown north’s unique appeal and prime location continue to drive the market
country-bound: the rise of homeowners looking for a country home
how to prepare your guest bathroom for potential buyers
what you need to know about going off-grid
residential activity rating strengthens in the first quarter of 2018
south africans can’t contain their excitement for container homes
thrifty buyers benefit as banks’ appetite for home loans increases
the hunt for the right home has begun
expert advice for millennials about to become landlords
long-distance romance: the remote home purchase
calling all kitchens: 100% clay promises diverse design delight
safety concerns in apartment blocks
blair atholl golf & equestrian estate releases final 80 vacant stands for purchase
kommetjie market bolstered by location and affordability
all aboard in alberton
understanding the repo rate cut on the property market
record sectional title sales for rondebosch
how to become a zero-waste household
politics, market sentiment, and bold developers drive cape town’s property skyward
how to object to the general valuation roll
7 things to look for in a good managing agent/ portfolio manager
mixed-use loftus park in pretoria opens its vibrant first phase
community driven estates in gauteng
pet-proofing your home
families drawn to the enduring appeal of arabella country estate
seller’s checklist - getting your property sale-ready
property icon, pam golding, passes away
marketing your home in the digital era
sectional title advice - ensure the safety of playgrounds
new home? why you should resist the urge to splurge
Latest Property News
  • 20 Apr 2018
    Whenever changes in the political ecosystem of a traditional property market create uncertainty, smart investors begin to look elsewhere for new opportunities. Property experts at IP Global have analysed the trends and crunched the numbers to find new markets to explore in Europe and the United States.
  • 20 Apr 2018
    Energy and water self-sufficiency are increasingly important factors in home buyers’ choice of property – especially in Cape Town where the extreme drought of the past few years has made municipal supply costly as well as uncertain.
  • 19 Apr 2018
    During the last decade, rampant development has progressively transformed Cape Town’s property landscape with densification being the order of the day, but there are still one or two hidden gems like Scarborough which have retained their original character, offering an inimitable lifestyle and an attractive investment opportunity.
  • 19 Apr 2018
    The rental market is a cut-throat sector of the real estate market that waits for nobody. According to Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, first-time renters need to be fully prepared before they even start the process of looking for a place to rent in order to avoid the disappointment of losing out on their ideal property.
  • 19 Apr 2018
    Choosing to buy your first home instead of continuing to rent is a big decision that will usually take some time to put into action, but the sooner you can save up a sizeable deposit, the closer you will be to reaching your goal.
  • 18 Apr 2018
    Selling your home is no small task and as you will quickly find out, there are a lot of misconceptions about the process. Gerhard van der Linde, Seeff's MD in Pretoria East lists the top 5 misconceptions when you are selling your home.
  • 18 Apr 2018
    The Cape Town municipality is now installing water-management devices at properties that have been non-compliant with the new level 5 water restrictions and there are talks of fines between R5,000 and R10,000 for households that use too much water.
  • 17 Apr 2018
    The recent interest rate cut has stoked the coals in the first-time buyer’s market. At least for the next two months until the next interest rate announcement, homeowners are guaranteed lower monthly instalments than in the previous quarter. But, is it wise to take out a 100% bond just to enter the property market while interest rates are low?
    
X
Subscribe to the MyProperty Newsletter

Name  
Last Name  
Email Address  
Email Frequency
select
For Sale Property
Rental Property
More Options
About
Connect with us
FEEDBACK