News Archive for June - 2018

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new bridge broadens val de vie’s appeal
kitchens sell houses: tips to sway your buyer
holidaying in your home
an encouraging glimmer of hope for savvy johannesburg landlords
the importance of storage space in an evolving real estate landscape
top tips for preparing your home for show day
building or renovating? contractor’s cover is crucial
legal obligations of landlords with disabled tenants
how to hygge your home
what happens to a sale agreement in the event of death?
how do first-time home buyers get onto the first rung of the property ladder?
lending to home buyers still on the rise
5 things you need to know before letting your property
swelling market in the seaside suburb of strand
house tour - inside the r250 million “palace” of billionaire douw steyn
spruce up your home for a faster sale
what happens to the tenant if the landlord sells the property?
costs involved in selling a property: 5 things you need to know
midrand’s upper market on the rebound
how to save for a deposit in five years
when to sell your house fully-furnished
the value of tourism to real estate
a signature development for serengeti
german investor interest in south african real estate remains strong
well placed urban properties offer great investment returns
new luxury development underway in green point
renovations that don’t require planning approval
women in the south african property market
which is better - buying or renting?
how do you price a home correctly – to sell?
strengthen your chances of your offer on a property being accepted
exuberant plettenberg bay market in a league of its own
more diligent auditors get tough on sectional title governance
save like a comrades runner for your home deposit
how to please high-end tenants
meeting increasingly diverse needs for generational buyers
cape rental bubble has burst
south african consumers failing to keep up with rent
lower gdp, higher fuel prices will change home-buying patterns
home staging to sell your property faster
yours, mine, or ours? property advice for newlyweds
weighing up your retirement village options
thinking of buying? consider the somerset west area
getting rid of plastic at home
signs of recovery after a year of challenges and surprises for cape town’s two strongest markets
how millennials can buy property before they're 30
maximising financial gain when buying to let
shedquarters are hot property
newlands is home to three exclusive units in kildare place
buying your childhood home? don’t skip the tough stuff
the pros and cons of paying cash for your home
Latest Property News
  • 25 Jun 2018
    The completion this month of the R100-million bridge linking Val de Vie Estate with the R45 Simondium Road will widen the appeal of this luxury estate, says Pam Golding Properties. Potential buyers who want to enjoy the benefits of living at Val de Vie even though they work in Stellenbosch will be delighted to know that the new bridge will reduce travel time from Paarl to less than 20 minutes. It should also take no more than half an hour to drive to the V&A Waterfront.
  • 25 Jun 2018
    Selling your house can be both frightening and exciting, especially if you do not know where to start when staging your home. There is one room in particular, however, that potential buyers scrutinise like no other: the kitchen.
  • 25 Jun 2018
    The mid-year break is upon us and, whether you’ve planned for it or not, your children are going to be at home for the next three weeks. Why not take a few days leave and enjoy a mini staycation with them? Those without children can call it a well-deserved mid-year pitstop.
  • 22 Jun 2018
    The rental market in many Johannesburg suburbs has shown encouraging signs of revival this year but it remains a competitive market and landlords who best cater to their market’s needs will reap the healthiest returns.
  • 22 Jun 2018
    Home design is constantly evolving to reflect the changing needs of society. We look at some of the ways in which our use of space is changing.
  • 22 Jun 2018
    While estate agents can help the seller with correctly pricing the property and marketing a property to the right pool of potential buyers, at the end of the day it’s the impression that the property will make on buyers that counts the most.
  • 21 Jun 2018
    Anyone who’s ever been involved in a building project that’s gone wrong will appreciate the importance of adequate insurance cover in the construction industry.
  • 21 Jun 2018
    A recent news story about a blind tenant caught in a legal battle with his body corporate over letters and notices he was unable to read and consequently comply with has raised the question: what are the legal obligations for landlords with disabled tenants?
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