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aida honours top agent
the devil is in the detail in home sales
real estate barriers breaking down, survey shows
harbour and waterfront developments to have positive impact on richard's bay housing demand
teamwork pays off for cape agents
century 21 readies for market upturn
st francis bay pgp doubles turnover during winter months
ongoing demand for office space in cape town's southern suburbs
popular mauritius development to be showcased in sa
swellendam sparkles in heritage month
south african interest rates remain unchanged
pgp showcases all regions at leading gauteng expos
safe storage space for children’s care centre
better bond solutions for aida clients
first agents recognised for prior learning
rand/dollar exchange rate favours south africans investing in property offshore
prime located commercial building in central cape town snapped up
top award for rustenburg agency
chas everitt plans extreme makeover for children’s home
property market indicators turn positive
vaal river homes selling at willow creek, just one hour from johannesburg
avoid disputes on offer to purchase
global real estate giant comes to the west rand
top accolades for polokwane agent
should you pay for ‘res’ or buy student accommodation
do careful sums before adding to your home
sound advice when buying sectional title homes
luxury sells in george
lost treasure discovered in plettenberg bay
first-time buyers want move-in homes
resilient grahamstown property market sustained by educational facilities
new breed of estate agents coming to the fore says pgp
construction of homes well under way at gondwana game reserve
trading continues in commercial property market, says pam golding commercial
are 'green' and 'intelligent' homes taking off in south africa?
Latest Property News
  • 23 Jun 2017
    The increased mobility of South Africans in the current tough economic environment is set to turn more private property owners into landlords – and estate agents into property administrators – with potentially damaging results.
  • 23 Jun 2017
    With the real estate market currently being more friendly to homebuyers than to sellers, many owners are thinking about altering or adding on to their existing properties rather than trying to sell and move to a different home.
  • 23 Jun 2017
    According to research, most buyers will start looking for property online before they go to any other source. What this means is that the first impression buyers will have of a home is its online listing photo.
  • 23 Jun 2017
    “You can have any colour as long as it’s black,” said Henry Ford of his Model T car – and proof that black never goes out of fashion is found in the keen interest in exceptional new apartments and penthouses at The Onyx on Cape Town’s foreshore.
  • 22 Jun 2017
    Metropolis on Park, Barrow Properties’ luxury apartment development with magnificent northern views, has reached 90% occupancy since launching in May 2016.
  • 22 Jun 2017
    Security is among the top three concerns for most home buyers – with the others being location and price – but it is often forgotten in the upheaval and excitement of moving in.
  • 22 Jun 2017
    The Cape’s Southern Suburbs’ development, 3 Mona Crescent, has just four homes left for sale. Comprising a total of nine freestanding, freehold homes in Newlands, Cape Town, 3 Mona Crescent is being marketed by Jawitz Properties and is expected to be complete by the beginning of 2019.
  • 21 Jun 2017
    Set in the upper reaches of brand new, secure, gated, Chapman’s Bay Estate, this four-bedroomed home with three bathrooms and a guest toilet enjoys breathtaking, uninterrupted views of False Bay and Chapman’s Bay across the Noordhoek valley.
    
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