News Archive for February - 2017

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burst of colours in this south american town
on the market in johannesburg
the real estate industry - what the budget 2017 means for the property market
budget 2017: good news for buyers, not necessarily home owners
budget 2017 - transfer duty threshold increased
be prepared for the unexpected
plumstead now the jewel of the cape town southern suburbs middle market
sellers stop making these five mistakes
norwood’s market stability underpinned by value and diversity
breaking down estate agents’ commission – what they (really) do to earn their daily bread
property pick - exclusivity in pretoria
fibre neighbourhoods - where can i find them?
purchasing property and compliance certificates – great expectations?
pros and cons of buying a property through a trust
building date confirmed for soon-to-be tallest building in cape town
inyathelo offers work space in woodstock
new developments set to outperform pre-owned homes in 2017
achieving your homeownership goals
why property investors should consider potchefstroom
rejuvenation transforming atlantic seaboard's urban heart
secure and insure your holiday home
don’t wait for ‘the one’ before you buy a home
pretoria’s r4-billion time square to open in april 2017
will there be relief for property owners in the budget?
camps bay still offers investors above-average double digit return on investment
is it possible to terminate a lease agreement without recourse?
on the market in kempton park
special resolutions in terms if the stsma
westville property market not in crisis
weird and wonderful holiday rentals around the world
the real estate industry: costs and compliance delay transformation
don’t set your home buying clock according to interest rates
absa signs biggest rental agreement in cape town
should you buy property together?
winelands market remains in a league of its own
‘eviction order denied!’ - how to avoid this pitfall in one easy step
look out for restrictions on your property
schneider electric aiming for leed gold certification with new development in midrand
the allure of green building warms up as the globe heats up
the airbnb impact on the south african property market
sona 2017 and the property industry
how to: light up your garden
computer generated imagery helps boost price for atlantic seaboard property
wealth-x’s first global alpha cities index of luxury investment destinations
is your agent right for you?
smart home market set to grow globally
cape town’s claremont residential market kicks off 2017 on a promising note with a brand new development
ooba’s fourth quarter 2016 results show housing market constrained by consumer budgets
property pick - stylish living in george
pezula offers best golf estate value in beautiful knysna
mortgage barometer - residential mortgage market stress
restrictive conditions: here is what you need to know
property pick - stunner in johannesburg
the best - and worst - home improvements to make this year
smart pricing will drive property sales in 2017
home buyer: dealing with defects
springs mall will open with a feast of leisure
things to consider before building a home
the dawn of ‘wellness real estate’
look for capital growth in your home investment
property pick - modern masterpiece in centurion
boost your savings with reverse-engineering
landlords - hire agents for peace of mind, not higher rentals
eclectic orange grove still a popular choice
tenants: what happens when the property i rent is sold?
a mountain strip of grand designs in upmarket baronetcy estate
what happens to your rental deposit?
new sectional title development meets the growing demand in franschhoek
plettenberg bay property market reaches magic r1bn turnover mark
Latest Property News
  • 23 Feb 2017
    There is no denying that the beautiful and historic Bo Kaap is South Africa’s most colourful ‘hood - but in South America there is a town that many considers the most colourful town in the world.
  • 23 Feb 2017
    If the City of Gold is calling your name and you are wondering where you are going to hang your hat at the end of a busy day then wonder no more as we take a look at five new properties for sale in Johannesburg.
  • 23 Feb 2017
    While the increased transfer duty threshold is a welcome relief, real estate experts all agree that it is not all good news for the home owners.
  • 23 Feb 2017
    Minister Pravin Gordhan had a difficult budget speech to deliver on the 22nd of February as the economy struggles through its largest under performance since the 2009 recession, with the added challenge of a R30.4bn tax shortfall. The economic growth forecast remains unchanged at 1.3% for 2017, 2% for 2018 and 2.2% for 2019.
  • 22 Feb 2017
    Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan announced today that properties under R900 000 will not attract transfer duty tax - this was previously R750 000.
  • 22 Feb 2017
    Owning a home is a long-term commitment that can span a lifetime. While we all hope for the best, it is likely that at some stage during our lives, a home emergency of some kind will strike, so it is best to be prepared.
  • 22 Feb 2017
    Plumstead is fast becoming one of the most sought after areas in the Southern Suburbs as its characteristic larger, classic houses on sizeable plots still afford investors great value while the suburb’s apartments and semidetached homes offer an accessible entry point into the market.
  • 22 Feb 2017
    When putting a property on the market, whether the seller is buying a new property, or looking to invest the money for their retirement for example, it’s critical to get the best possible price.
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