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jeffery’s bay property market perking up
civil construction confidence drops more in fourth quarter
household debt “looking better” according to john loos
independent newspapers and gravity create new property site
new ocean-side conservation development offers unsurpassed natural
villas valriche wins the homes overseas off-plan top 20 award
magnificent montagu draws young home buyers
pgp launches 'joy of giving' christmas boxes
midrand estate perfect for young professionals
bushveld now fractionally available
chas everitt opens in pietermaritzburg
mossel bay breaks the mould
dreaming of a green season
jeffery's bay property market perking up
joy for coastal bargain hunters this year
a strong case for kzn investment
pam golding lodges & guesthouses expands in garden route region
living in interesting property times
do your diy right
it's 'steady as you go' for next year's property market
jhi sees new opportunities with re-energised gauteng brokerage
jeffery's bay property market perking up
smart money now buying property
gansbaai set for growth
keep your cool with ceiling fans
take the first serious offer, says geffen
stronger confidence boost needed, says andrew golding
strand (helderberg) estate agents excel in tough market conditions
over usd125 million in sales at river club, mauritius
sellers need to be choosy too
holidaymakers snapping up pgp margate leisure rentals
summer tips for safe mowing
centrally situated development site on the market in cape town
lephalale housing demand surges due to new power station
nondela gets new celebrity residents
ieasa names golding president-elect
it's fun in the sun for struisbaai
be smart and buy this summer
buyers seek out alberton estates
market 'set to improve
save hard if you want a home of your own
commercial property market review by jhi
oudtshoorn property market flourishing
there's property gold in welkom
tough economy creates property opportunities
foreign buyers flowing back to sa
pgp helps with a new house - and to make it 'home'
now is the time to buy” says bill rawson
sa real estate slows according to ipd indicator
change in cpi basket could boost buy-to-let market
buyers seek well managed businesses, says pam golding commercial
commercial property in diep river a convenient choice
mining expansion a key driver of growth in lydenburg, burgersfort
with a starting price of r295 000 roodepoort is on track
controversial sandhurst mansion sold for r65 million
high demand for pinelands rental properties
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