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luxury home on auction in oude westhof, cape town northern suburbs
daphne timm now at the helm at pam golding properties grahamstown
shifting perceptions of neighbourhood value
comprehensive package for new property franchisees
only a few stands available at gondwana game reserve
buyers return to pretoria's old east
electricity supply problems boost tzaneen property prices
roodepoort right on track
property market comment by dr andrew goldingproperty market comment by dr andrew golding
sink your teeth into gansbaai property
land shortages in 'old' langebaan
century 21 chief passes away
durban north a catchment area for families
reasons not to be a private seller
stay sane during renovations
landlords should give tenants credit where it is due
hit for six first-time buyers could soon be in pound seats
sa own bootstrap recovery possible - by cees bruggemans
foreigners in the front line for camps bay clifton rentals
phase two of eshowe hills eco and golf estate launched
listed property loan stock companies make a comeback
no relief in sight for new residential building activity
unique waterfront lease secured by pam golding commercial on behalf of global ad agency
only 16 sites, three completed homes available at tranquil underberg estate
state of the sectional title nation
financial empowerment of employees makes financial sense
the registry collection signs four south african properties
final 20 units in harbour bridge now on offer
spectrum set to scale up property valuations industry
pulling in the reigns
investors snap up elgin stands
parys market picks up
keep under cover
waterberg eco estate attracts buyers
sales going well at magersfontein memorial golf estate near kimberley
underberg smallholdings pique buyer interest
tyson properties' franchisees purchase 50% share in 2nd franchise
exciting, much needed industrial development in vanderbijlpark
brackenfell property market remains busy
bargains aplenty in montana
option to buy clause offers real benefits to tenants
developers take note: seniors want office space
discovering the pearl of the overberg
george development sells briskly
good news from the western front
pgp vaal dam october sales up 50 percent year on year
renovation transforms paarl main road
jhi property tips series: surviving in retail
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