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legal ways of handling neighbour disputes
northcliff properties offer value for money
country living in the splendour of the winelands
the great debate - non-traditional or traditional agencies?
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
  • 22 May 2018
    According to Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, dealing with some sort of neighbour dispute is an unavoidable part of life unless, perhaps, you choose to live on a remote small holding for the rest of your life.
  • 22 May 2018
    Buyers feel that they are getting value for money in the Northcliff area without having to compromise on aesthetics and amenities
  • 21 May 2018
    Secure living is one of the growing property trends in South Africa and Nooitgedacht Estate in Stellenbosch certainly ticks the right boxes for buyers who want a secure, exclusive lifestyle in one of the Boland’s most sought-after estates, says Pam Golding Properties.
  • 21 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.
  • 21 May 2018
    With sectional titles growing in popularity, an increasing amount of homeowners simply do not have the garden space to install a tool shed in their backyard.
  • 18 May 2018
    Home improvements are a great way to add value to your property, but not all of us have bottomless pockets for a full-on renovation. Lucky for us, there are plenty of affordable DIYs that can spruce things up over a free weekend.
  • 18 May 2018
    The need for large office spaces is slowly eroding as more and more employers choose to allow their staff to work remotely. As a result, the home business model has grown in popularity, with many new entrepreneurs choosing to start their business from home rather than in a business district. But, what are the legal implications of operating a business in a residential area?
  • 18 May 2018
    Proxi Smart Services Pty Ltd, a company that deals with the day to day administration of property transfers while the conveyancer attorneys perform the legal side of transfers, lost its bid for the court to allow them to do business in this regard.
    
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