News Archive for September - 2008

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pick a pearl in bedfordview
popular greyton restaurant to be auctioned
landscaping at nondela adds new dimension to estate
pezula now being marketed by pam golding properrties
us existing-home sales slide on tight mortgage availability
no buts about rawson’s wayne albutt
estcourt stakes its claim as a prime retirement retreat
property stock logjam brewing
how to decide where to buy
some ideas for a 'now' sale
west coast stand to be won in charity competition
benoni plots catch the eye of developers
two new vice-presidents for ieasa
mammoth kzn development site on auction
it's all about value for money on kzn south coast
buyers beware withholding tax when buying from non-residents
work starts on the r65m “the curzon”
property tip of the day 88 – dangers of selling
naea reports stamp duty driven market slowdown
nar supports us actions to stabilise mortgage market
auctions, the last throw of the dice, by allen denton-miller
first owners move into schonenberg retirement village
prime located investment property in bo-kaap sold
global real estate group signs multimillion deal with sa's homenet
sa property magnate spearheads trump investment in africa
qualifying for that bond, by deon lessing
creating a caring society, by michael sutcliffe
durban's objections to valuations have been assessed
durban allocates r277m for housing projects
paarl property prices bucks market decline
naea urges brits to be patient in the current market
regional promotions at re/max of southern africa
rush begins for barberton homes
the whale coast's best kept secret - outstanding value for money
latest oobarometer shows house price slide continues
r11m extension of southcoast mall enhances retail offering
sellers’ pain heightened by “selfish” agents
rent, extend repayments, but don’t sell gerhard kotzé
road upgrades enhances barberton's property interests
rare beachfront property for sale in arniston
rezidor announces the radisson hotel blaauwberg, south
buy-to-let flurry
residential building activity remains udner pressure
stellenbosch property edified by scholarly demand
pgp recognises power of 'new media' marketing
the whole truth brings peace of mind
alliance group to sell luxurious home on the vaal river's millionaire's bend
new look for blue door challege
paarl property market active
estates on tygerberg hill draw discerning buyers
construction – the jewel in our crown, by cees bruggemans
honours for chas everitt in boksburg
grinaker-lta piling on at 57 gardiner street
mojo restaurant in 'obz' snapped up in record time
new developments on property charter front
homes, boats and planes attract “fractional title” interest
uk’s average number of sales continue to fall
“leap now”, says simon stockley
of human bondage
retirement lifestyle estate launched in port alfred
honest presentations win over false bay buyers
city welcomes r1,2 billion development in cbd
think long-term, landlords advised
aida spends big on training
san lameer remains a popular destination for fractional ownership
new 30-unit retirement complex for the berea
most expensive nahoon property sold
realtors® face hazards while helping america home
bond originators go the extra mile
zambian property market takes off
dinokeng area poised to flourish
appointment to board of old mutual investment group property investments
kuils river handover a first in western cape housing
exterior changes add most value
bargains on the beachfront in umhlanga
some light at the end of the tunnel
court ruling: serious implication for building plan approval
comment - your property rights – when god is acting.
pretoria’s sunnyside market showing some resilience
work well under way at kenton eco estate
new short course on development of sectional title property
6ha site near gautrain station available in midrand
upmarket genista retirement lifestyle estate launched in port alfred
what to do about contingencies
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