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News Archive for August - 2009

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don’t rent from a friend without a proper lease
harcourts comes to edenvale
rustenburg agents licensed to thrill
top design firm hired to plan rama city
new key growth nodes to impact positively on commercial property market
top business award for harcourts franchisee
loss of bursaries angers agents
helderberg estate designed for young and old
appearance rules protect values
major commercial development site launched within bridge city
sedgefield security estate almost sold out
property activity picks up
big changes for newton park agency
cash buyers investing in homes in parys
nar convention beckons sa agents
harcourts comes to queenstown
lower inflation positives for property
no winter chill for chas everitt helderberg
vaal dam waterfront stands being snapped up
sales steady in midrand estates
business owners cashing in on properties
thirty-somethings favour midrand estates
luxury properties still selling well in east london
pa group's origination contracts renewed
tax breaks for homebuyers would boost economy
upgrade in time for the upturn
cut in interest rates
don't hire a builder before you know all about him
'green shoots' evident in sa hospitality industry
prime waterfront property offers 2010 rental opportunity and sound investment
tyson properties wins international property award
national honours for constantia agent
the bank credit squeeze is good for the homes market says ennik
mining a boon to mafikeng
web now the 'most effective' ad medium
century21 lowers franchise costs
new krugersdorp estate already selling
richards bay property on track to boom again
the big question: what sort of property to buy?
chas everitt opens on south coast
harcourts now in ballito
30 sales in two months for springs agent
aida goes to the rescue of abandoned development
chas everitt ups the ante with new branding technology
major r63m sale for pam golding commercial
residential property report house prices: no bottom yet
agent's long walk leads to success
east rand the best kept property secret
visit the world through fractional ownership
newcomer harcourts a star performer
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