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News Archive for September - 2017

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cape town’s southern suburbs security estates still magnets for semigrant families
home saving tips: take a look at your windows to save energy and money
a good sale starts with a good sale agreement
a heritage home is much like a well-matured wine
rondebosch sectional title market proves its resilience with a record sale in a landmark complex
survey: consumers’ willingness to purchase real estate online
south african based agent awarded highest international award
how to ensure you are rental ready
shisa nyama nation
ideal pricing and aesthetic appeal increase sellers' chances
interest rate cut expected on thursday
western johannesburg suburbs offer good mix of property
why the tenant screening process is so important
fish hoek sales match national pace, but prices are up
worldwide trust crisis forces real estate agents to adapt
the difference between value and marketability
mooikloof now sa's top ranked equestrian estate
know your rights as a neighbour
some acceleration in august nominal house price growth, but the real price correction continues slowly
should estate agents understand the world of investment?
huge value to be had in commercial property in the current market
innovation is key to staying on top, says val de vie’s ryk neethling
ownership of assets and the choice of jurisdiction is important
the lowdown on letting out your property
popular inanda, illovo and atholl continue to grow in-demand
what you need to know about selling your home through an attorney
level five water restrictions and the impact on commercial properties
when is the right time to buy?
homeowners and buyers are embracing ‘green’ features
the things real estate agents do behind the scenes
emira’s knightsbridge secures two more top tenants
national parks week - know your park
the best kept tax secret of rich property investors
helderberg basin ticks all the boxes for commercial property investment
5 unexpected expenses when selling your home
what you need to know about occupational rent
helping children cope during the move
bedford’s comprehensive medical centre initiative set to draw more home buyers
ways to save water in a communal living spaces
millennials head back to the suburbs – with their kids
eye of africa named one of south africa’s top 10 golf estates
south africa named as one of the most picturesque travel destinations
housing “bubbles” and “over-exuberant” periods are always a subjective call
cape town cbd sectional titles tick all the boxes for investment and living
getting ready to sell your home in spring
which tax benefits can homeowners enjoy?
four insurance considerations for body corporates
the top 10 residential estates in south africa 2017
report: average approved bond size increases
rainwater harvesting is a water solution for your home
buying a fixer-upper is not for everyone - make an informed decision
asrin launches final phase of nuutgevonden development in stellenbosch
amendment to cape town municipal bylaws is good news for home owners
rising demand for home offices
top trend: hiving on the rise again
waterfall estate pours with appeal
what should you pay for a view?
landmark residence goes on sale for first time in vibrant melville
apartment goals: affordable might just be perfect
Latest Property News
  • 21 Sep 2017
    Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs’ superior housing market performance of recent years has been largely been due to ongoing interest from foreign buyers and high demand from semigrants who are strongly attracted to suburbs such as Upper Claremont that offer the best feeder locations to the area’s top schools and are close to first-class amenities such as Cavendish Square.
  • 21 Sep 2017
    Did you know that inefficient, badly fitting windows can heat up your house by a whopping 75% in summer – and account for a third of total heat loss during winter?
  • 21 Sep 2017
    The paperwork involved in the sale of a property is a potential minefield for both buyer and seller, and should not be tackled without the assistance of an experienced estate agent and a conveyancing attorney.
  • 20 Sep 2017
    There is a very specific buyer for Heritage homes - not your usual buyer looking for a modern, contemporary home, but someone who likes the look, feel and even the particular scent of an older home steeped in history and with a tangible sense of history and heritage. Much like a well-matured wine, in fact, says Pam Mullany, an agent for Pam Golding Properties.
  • 20 Sep 2017
    In spite of the increasingly subdued economy and slackening real estate market, the Rondebosch sectional title sector demonstrated its resilience when a 250m² three-bedroom apartment realised a record sale price of R6.2 million at the end of July, beating the previous 2014 high of R5.6m achieved in the same complex.
  • 20 Sep 2017
    Participate in a research project about consumers’ willingness to purchase real estate online, conducted by the University of Stellenbosch Business School, MyProperty and Entegral.
  • 20 Sep 2017
    Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Living in Cape Town’s City Bowl and Atlantic, Gerlinde Moser, is the definition of success. She the first real estate professional within Southern Africa to be awarded the Luminary of Distinction, the highest distinction of three career awards given by RE/MAX International. In fact, she is only one of two people outside of North America and Canada to receive the award.
  • 19 Sep 2017
    The requirements for renting a residential property have become more and more onerous on prospective tenants as landlords have become increasingly circumspect as to who they let their property out to
    
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