MyProperty’s most read articles for August 2013

Missed out on the top news stories from MyProperty during August? We look back at the most read stories on the site for August 2013.

Sandton penthouse “a gem the likes of which has never been seen in Gauteng before”

The R60 million price tag for a penthouse apartment in Morningside that had recently been placed on the market through Pam Golding Properties made a huge impression with our readers. Jonathan Davies, joint area manager of PGP Hyde Park had said that it is a “gem the likes of which has never been seen in Gauteng before.”

Read the full story here: Sandton Penthouse

Property - your biggest asset

Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa expertly talks about how an investment in property remains one of your biggest assets if you adhere to the core principles of purchasing property and researches all investments thoroughly.

Read the full story here: Property - your biggest asset

More need for professional agents as credit amnesty looms

The now approved credit amnesty means that the help for experienced and qualified estate agents are now more vital than ever. Jan Davel, MD of RealNet, explores what the credit amnesty means for a property seller and landlords alike.

Read the full story here: Credit Amnesty

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