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harcourts on course in north west
harcourts opens in parys
avoid a world cup property ‘own goal’
great time to buy a margate property
pam golding hospitality gives back to local community
2010 infrastructural improvements a catalyst for rejuvenation in doornfontein
stadium views in demand in durban
exceptional home for sale on sought-after diemersfontein wine and country estate
savile row auctions keeps on growing
shelly beach on kzn south coast a thriving business hub
top property man for chas everitt in sandton
older buyers invest in pretoria east
toll road plans will impact property markets
knysna property market starting to hum
extreme makeover for two houses at durbanville kinderhuis
nelspruit retirement estate takes shape
the only way from here is up
house sales rising, says dr andrew golding
major potential for wildlife tourism in northern kzn
great pricing driving recovery in equestria
top international award for pretoria property man
re/max announces solid growth in one of the most difficult years in real estate
harcourts opens in table view
indications of a property market upturn now manifest
first real estate interns qualify
immaculate victorian building on the market in cape town's long street
rare opportunity to purchase pristine lifestyle farms
trendy office space available in victoria junction, green point
keep your money in sa property, says geffen
how africa's hospitality industry compares globally a key topic at hica 2009
luxury spa & salon leases space in trendy 'the hudson'
economic and employment spin-offs from overseas guesthouse investors
super-brands lease prime-positioned warehousing in airport industria
infrastructural work well under way at pretoria's iconic green city, menlyn maine
new chas everitt franchisee for vanderbijlpark
surge in interest in commercial livestock and irrigation farms in karoo and kalahari
harcourts comes to kimberley
brisk demand now for bargains in middelburg
major shifts coming in real estate industry
east london property market all set for recovery
meyerton to reap benefits from major r59 corridor development
johannesburg gandhi house sold
historic homes for sale in paarl
big splash for harcourts in east london
mauritian marina development reports strong sales
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    According to data recently released by FNB, the average age of a South African home buyer has increased from 38 to 44 this year. In an attempt to help first-time buyers enter the market sooner, Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, walks us through the steps of saving for your first home.
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