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buy-to-let investors target brits property
great alternatives to fixed rates
developers can look forward to stream of new buyers
evaluate skylights for energy efficiency
major growth for aida lowveld
construction well under way at hawaan forest estate - an eco-estate in umhlanga
allandale off-ramp improvements a boost for business park
start saving now if you want a home of your own
keep sa tourism showpiece pristine
eskom loan lifts ellisras property market
make your kitchen the main attraction
waste no time on over-priced homes
first-time buyers active in witbank property market
aida goes to the movies
international soccer visitors take time out to view properties, reports pam golding properties
you have to share your rent with sars
investment opportunity for first time buyers
own a piece of huguenot history
sa will be a ‘house on show’ for next month
pretoria scoops top aida awards
no need for privacy concerns over street view
re/max scoops world renowned real estate training for its agents
chas everitt operators have got paarl covered
myproperty first with google streetview for south africa
second home buyers re-emerge in amanzimtoti on kzn south coast
signals ‘all green’ for further market improvement
gautrain spinoffs start to gel
chas everitt now on atlantic seaboard
first-timers should take the home ownership ‘test’
homeowners urged to budget carefully over soccer world cup
important to check insurance during occupation
new country estate in heart of apple country
plan for possible future rates increases when buying a home
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