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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 Nov 2017
    Demand for secure estate living in Hout Bay has risen sharply in recent years, precipitating a spike in development with estate homes now accounting for 20.24% of the property landscape with the launch of an exclusive new gated development on 26 November adding 20 more units to the existing 1250 estate homes.
  • 24 Nov 2017
    There are some things that money can’t buy – spectacular views from Mouille Point to the V&A Waterfront and a trendy and lively neighbourhood that encapsulates the very best of the Cape Town lifestyle.
  • 24 Nov 2017
    Tshwane’s four-bedroom Mayoral mansion, nestled among ambassadorial residences in the upmarket suburb of Muckleneuk, fetched R5.1 million after spirited bidding at High Street Auctions’ final sale of the year.
  • 23 Nov 2017
    Reserve Bank Governor, Lesetja Kganyago, said that the Monetary Policy Committee had once again decided to let the interest rates remain unchanged with the repo rate at 6.75%, and the prime lending rate at 10.25%.
  • 23 Nov 2017
    As the holiday season approaches, most of us are counting the days until that year-end bonus hits our account. There’s nothing quite like a little bank balance booster to get us in the holiday spirit.
  • 23 Nov 2017
    The Adelphi Centre (now entitled “ARTEM") in Sea Point, Cape Town, is being extensively renovated, and once complete will offer an ultra-luxurious galleria style shopping centre unlike any other seen on the Atlantic Seaboard or in Cape Town.
  • 23 Nov 2017
    If you are looking to sell your home in today’s real estate market, there are certain things that you need to include both inside and outside your house. Today’s generation of home buyers is looking toward a more eco-friendly, energy and water conscious home, and if your house stands out then you are more likely to be able to sell it.
  • 22 Nov 2017
    Most people know of the Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) and that levies must to paid to fund its operations. In this article the experts at Paddocks will address some of the issues that are causing confusion.
    
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