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sothebys international realty
cpoa and bellandia scoop another first!
how to pick a child-friendly place to live
make sure you know where your levies go
expansion for chas everitt northern suburbs
cape west coast the place to be
pringle bay/rooi els market weathers the storm
new generation of buyers for killarney
properties in snowy mountain ranges of the karoo attract special interest
call for pre-paid electricity to fund eskom costs
expansion for chas everitt in pretoria
brave new world for young estate agents
don't put home price before area
top 10 tips for finding a top agent
awards tour de force for institute of estate agents
industry honours realnet ceo
how repossessions place all home values under threat
george property market reviving
big-ticket buys show market is turning
township buyers boost kempton park sales
buy small - and be happy now
re/max assistant regional director roars with pride
re/max congratulates the property professional 2009
cream of the property crop
aida opening in mozambique
cash buyers snapping up holiday homes in 'toti
care needed when using new globes
harcourts opens in olivedale
'the hudson' fully let
first quarterly growth for prime central london residential market
harcourts now in the southern cape
manners maketh sales to foreign buyers
reasons to rent or buy a property
top priced, cash sale at eden island in the seychelles
zululand property market stirring
kusile powers bronkhorstspruit property
proteas off-spinner joins re/max
sell the family home and sail into a new life
character bulding overlooking historic precinct on the market in cape town
strategically situated, major mixed-use development near windhoek, namibia
ideal time for coastal property investments
ultimate country estate on the market in dullstroom
building slowdown boosts melkbos prices
speculators active in sought after plett
zambia's heart of africa launched
tenants need to insure their own belongings
property affordability favours buyers
rental demand rockets in alberton
harcourts comes to germiston
lew geffen sotheby's international realty cape town
centurion agency rewrites record books
first lombardy estate homes near completion
guard your credit record for the future
cpoa introduces modern day retirement in diep river
weigh up purchase options in retirement villages
home buyers heading for ballito, north coast
weigh up purchase options in retirement villages
real estate opportunities now in swaziland
somerset west property market rallying
Latest Property News
  • 22 Sep 2017
    Ballito Junction Regional Mall has been named the best new shopping centre development in South Africa this year. It won the prestigious South African Council of Shopping Centres’ Retail Design and Development Award (RDDA) 2017 for a new retail property development.
  • 22 Sep 2017
    Whether you’re an experienced gardener or not, practical techniques can help to make it much easier than it might seem. Starting can be a daunting task, but the key is to start small in the first year and plant only a few of your favourite flowers/veggies. This will allow you more of a chance of success and a greater feeling of accomplishment. In the years to come, you can increase the size of your garden with each planting season.
  • 22 Sep 2017
    A drastic slowdown in the property markets of smaller Mpumalanga towns due the closing of mines, political turmoil and crumbling infrastructure have fuelled the resilient Nelspruit market which, underpinned by the booming farming and forestry industries and regular international events, has held its own during the economic downswing.
  • 22 Sep 2017
    While still facing economic headwinds, South Africa’s housing market would have benefited if the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) had decided to further reduce the repo rate rather than keep the rate on hold, says Dr Andrew Golding, chief executive of the Pam Golding Property group.
  • 21 Sep 2017
    Gazetted in March 2017 for comment, the long-awaited Property Practitioners Bill is intended to repeal the Estate Agency Affairs Act 112 of 1976 and transform the entire property market.
  • 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.
    
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