News Archive for May - 2018

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sandton’s diverse property landscape underpins market strength and recovery
rebosa aim to grow as voice for property sector
homeowners, read these 5 tips before choosing an agent to let your property
don’t wait for a sellers’ market to upgrade
loftus park a boost for local real estate
property pricing more important than ever
homeowners, don’t be caught off guard by extreme weather
the great debate - non-traditional or traditional agencies?
legal ways of handling neighbour disputes
northcliff properties offer value for money
country living in the splendour of the winelands
how garage workshop conversions add value
value-adding diys for the handy homeowner
the rules for opening a business from home
new conveyancing model prohibited by court
home owner advice: creating a furniture fund
development of rental only apartments a new trend in rivonia
tap | eat lets customers enjoy beer in wine country
bond approved, now what?
solar power in your home
good time to get into one of sa’s fastest growing wealth suburbs
suburbs with good schools command a premium price
questions property buyers forget to ask
bond approval statistics on the rise
when must the body corporate pay for my repairs?
how to create the ultimate home cinema
budgeting tips for homeownership
what r2 million will buy in popular gauteng neighbourhoods
sectional title alterations that don’t require body corporate approval
how to approach building your own home
high-rising suburb neighbourhood report: rosebank, jhb
security tips for your first home
introducing the ‘new aristocracy’ of property
major technological advances in home construction are catapulting the industry into the 21st century
south african's fighting to 'keep up with the joneses'
3 types of real estate agents to avoid
creating your home office space
property market’s slow start in 2018 could be misleading
innovative ways to reduce your electric bill this winter
good neighbours foster higher home values
homeowners can save plenty by plugging seven little leaks
loophole closes for sectional title levy defaulters
avoid becoming a victim of property scam
kzn north coast a buoyant property growth node
buying a property for rental? here is what to look for
mouille point’s diverse property landscape includes a very accessible entry into the atlantic seaboard market
benefits of home ownership and how to get onto property ladder
fraud in the real estate industry – an increasingly sophisticated and prevalent threat
Latest Property News
  • 24 May 2018
    Most real estate professionals agree that 2017 was one the toughest years to date; an eminently challenging 12 months that subdued even the strongest markets - including the country’s economic powerhouse of Sandton.
  • 24 May 2018
    These are uncertain and challenging times for the real estate industry, but the non-profit organisation Rebosa is fighting for their interests and finding pragmatic solutions to industry issues such as the urgent need to fast-track transformation says Richard Gray, Rebosa chairman.
  • 24 May 2018
    The decision to invest in property isn’t one that’s taken lightly, or dealt with flippantly. The same should ring true when deciding on an estate agent partner to handle the letting out of your property.
  • 23 May 2018
    Homeowners who are thinking of selling and “trading up” to a bigger or a better home had better be quick now if they want to get the best deal.
  • 23 May 2018
    The new Loftus Park development in Arcadia is really going to boost the demand for homes and rental accommodation close by and the neighbouring suburb of Sunnyside, says Gerhard Kotzé, MD of estate agency group RealNet Holdings.
  • 23 May 2018
    The importance of correctly pricing a property for sale is more imperative than ever. This is according to Debbie Justus-Ferns, divisional manager of Renprop Residential Sales, who says that despite this crucial selling fact being emphasised so often, in the current market, many sellers are still expecting unrealistic prices for their homes which is having a negative impact on the ultimate sale price.
  • 22 May 2018
    Extreme weather appears to be the new normal, evident by the volume of insurance-related disputes reaching the industry watchdog’s desk. To avoid a situation in which your insurer refuses to pay up, you should proactively ensure that your home is well-maintained and ready for whatever winter has in store.
  • 22 May 2018
    As the impact of technology on the real estate industry becomes more significant, it is clear that there is a need for an objective look at not only traditional real estate models but also online and other alternative low-commission real estate agencies, to examine what they offer and what their impact might be.
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