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News Archive for September - 2011

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buy-to-let basics for new investors
five good reasons to buy your own home now
good prices pull young buyers to pinetown
the risk of using multiple estate agents
opportunity awaits the wild at heart
fnb/ber building index steady
going green is red hot
adidas - moving forward
upgrade, sell faster
living together - know your rights
defeating the urban decay monster
east meets best
don’t sell yourself short on agency choice
it is show time
resolving disputes – looking further at arbitration
wise ways for homeowners to save money
historic home sold for record price
franschoek sales picking up
why you need a proper pre-approval
on the move
sell faster and save money
reactions regarding the repo rate
large industrial users moving to cape town
private sale vs. the use of an estate agent
new 'hoods' for cape town
lowveld farmland in demand
time to stop bad-mouthing the market
mind the rents and the rands will take care of themselves
kwazulu natal region - potential for growth
low prices buoy sales volumes in stilfontein
big spenders back on atlantic seaboard
a house divided
affordable housing: less income, less default
re/max conference 2011 - what we have learned
invest in burgersfort
parkmore the perfect ‘convenience zone’
breaking rules – the finer points
vodafone finds a new home
dining room becomes library
30 spectacular infinity pools
milnerton attracts industrial users
assisted sales fuel midrand market
historic homes in demand in swellendam
better days ahead for sa mortgage lenders
it doesn’t cost the earth to live at the sea
flying in the face of sentiment
homes of the future - tornado proof designs revealed
property - a safe haven in turbulent times
eco pods - contemporary spaces
greenways golf estate property sales picking-up
current state of sa’s hotel market from a global perspective
camps bay trophy homes - still in demand
young buyers active in centurion
summer temptations
the city where no one lives
sedgefield broadens appeal
the september attacks - memorial and musuem
some positive indicators in local housing market
bad debt hampers east london sales
new offramps boost demand in pretoria suburbs
innovation or migration?
businesses must look to office ownership
estate agency affairs board - allegations of maladministration.
property investment professionals tap into networks for success
upmarket sales speed up as buyers find value
buyers still streaming to silver lakes
in a galaxy far far away - actually singapore
room at the top
wynberg property - leafy charm and value for money
putting your cards on the table
whale coast delivers on lifestyle and value
renting property - the future?
‘miracle’ market for kungwini
roodepoort - property for sale
bottom-end buying now main market driver
vermaaklikheid - hidden gem
futuristic meets thatch
uitenhage - growing demand from young families
engineering buildings to promote good bacteria
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