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News Archive for November - 2009

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tackle downsizing the smart way
home business: what about vat?
avoid information overload when buying or selling property
harcourts makes a splash in durban
bronkhorstspruit draws developers
piece of africa right on pietermaritzburg's doorstep
simbithi eco-estate in ballito shows sound investment returns despite downturn
the most expensive homes in the world
honours for east london agency
top honours for local agent
investor faith growing again
limited shares for sale in pristine overberg conservancy
surf’s up for harcourts in jeffreys bay
now time to secure an option to buy
bloem to get new student housing
green roofs mean big savings
black buyer numbers way down in better suburbs
new colours for trusted cape town agency chain
grace hotels grow into mauritius
rustenburg, polokwane upbeat regarding forthcoming world cup soccer
global property giant now in the capital
inflexibility won’t sell properties
address by dr andrew golding
reduction in interest rate needed to boost economy
elements align for first-time home buyers
historic malmesbury landmark on the market
richards bay development opportunity to be sold on auction
make sure your agent can negotiate
home loan applications drowning in nca red tape
confidence restored in upmarket bedfordview
everyday homes are top agency’s real bread and butter
high up there for good investments
vital signs indicate us real-estate market recovering slowly, sa in better shape
despite recession, long term outlook for hotel industry remains healthy
sales pick up pace as longlands country estate takes shape
property sales up in pretoria’s new east
harcourts offices for southern suburbs
affordable start-up for top agents
homebuyers should watch out for water damage
attractive uk returns for athanor international property investments
'trophy' homes in the karoo highly sought after
light at end of recession tunnel
more kzn offices for harcourts as group keeps growing
don’t let big kids pick your pocket
print giving way to the web in sa real estate
new iconic city landmark radisson blu hotel port elizabeth celebrates grand opening
it will be ‘business unusual’ for agents in the recovering market
Latest Property News
  • 24 May 2017
    Asrin Property Developers’ luxury apartment development in Tokai is sure to sell out quickly because of its central location and very competitive pricing, says Asrin’s marketing executive Rehana Moosa.
  • 24 May 2017
    An iconic, landmark Art Deco building, 50 on Long Street in the heart of Cape Town CBD, which was recently sold for R37 million in a transaction brokered by Annenberg Property Group, is to undergo a complete interior refurbishment.
  • 24 May 2017
    Consider the following scenario: an ideal investment property is on the market for sale: a three bedroom, two bath, sectional title apartment in a security complex that is clean and in no need of repair. It is located in a good neighbourhood, close to a number of reputable schools and has proximity to the main arterial routes. It should sell like hotcakes. The only problem is that the property has a bad tenant in it who is two months in rental arrears. What can be done?
  • 24 May 2017
    When an annual general meeting (AGM) or special general meeting (SGM) is held in a sectional title scheme, there are certain guidelines that must be followed in order to meet the criteria as set out in the Sectional Title Schemes Management Act, which differ from the way the quorum was calculated in the past
  • 23 May 2017
    While an estate agent typically represents a seller in any residential property transaction, they also act as a liaison between the buyer and seller and work closely with buyers to find them a suitable property and navigate the finance process among other services.
  • 23 May 2017
    For decades, upmarket Bryanston in northern Johannesburg was a quiet haven of small-holdings and expansive homes on large plots spread along leafy, tree-lined streets, but rampant densification in recent years has radically transformed the landscape and pushed the sectional title sector to 43% of residential property in the suburb.
  • 23 May 2017
    Winter seems to have arrived throughout most of South Africa – a time of roaring fireplaces and gas heaters. In some parts of the country, a wet winter can be expected, and in others freezing cold and dry conditions can affect water pipes.
  • 22 May 2017
    There are some features of a home that might not be left behind and are not permanent fittings or fixtures, so it is best to ask for a list of items that remain or mention items of interest before signing the Offer to Purchase
    
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