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still many positives
enjoy an active retirement in new panorama apartments
loft renovation - drab to fab
burgeoning growth boosts demand
more positive outlook for sa luxury homes market
how to avoid ‘cowboy’ contractors
living it up in langebaan
last bid to save blaauwberg radisson blu hotel
sa property investors buying in cash
aucor and high st auction company merger
innovation and service key to success
south africa has its first 6-star certified building
'practical' amendments to the sectional titles act
historical pretoria building undergoes revamp
a property purchase often depends on sale of another
big guns to run sotheby’s on atlantic seaboard
optimistic about the current market
get qualified help with contingency clauses
property leases can now be cancelled at short notice
attracting buyers to your home
young buyers snap up homes in alberton
rental boom - might cause problems
climate change indaba - foreign interest in sa real estate
sole mandates protect sellers in today’s market
phase 1 complete at harbour road
investec betting on the fairway
pinetown developments selling rapidly
know your levy commitments
building the case for pan-african property funds
woody35 cabin - small never felt so big
redefine accquires ‘hotspot’ portfolio
pretoria gets sa's first 'green city'
caravan to chic
umhlanga ridgeside - inspiring investor confidence
calling the experts
nedbank blazing a green trail
trust your agent
new building law for energy efficiency
cash drives sales increase on peninsula
trends to keep an eye on
vertical forests - forest of the future
boomers riding to the rescue - again
student accommodation interests investors
steady demand for city apartments
fair market value and what it means
high activity levels in durbanville’s lower price range
taxi operators move into hotel business
location, location, school?
property prices 'falling quicker than agents want to admit'
online presence - key to concluding sales
leading the pack
gradual recovery for commercial property
stylish home offices
keeping your head above water
residential property versus listed property investment
r1 billion invested in south african affordable housing market
eaab can now issue fidelity fund certificate online
banks refuse bonds for homes with illegal alterations
before you sign on the dotted line
younger buyers for boland and overberg
today’s home buyer must haves
'big ticket” sales for pam golding properties gauteng
historic herbert baker home for sale
upgraders fuel middelburg market
top kitchen designs
implications for property held in companies
where opportunity grows
pam golding properties catering for pretoria buyers
bedfordview at a key turning point
property investment options for retirement
market turns positive in mount edgecombe
can you build a house for $1 000?
southdowns estate launches final phase
steve jobs - taking a look back
top 5 wall decorating ideas
it’s all paying off now
earthscraper - changing the way we think
finding diamonds among the distressed
ponte gets a facelift
spring clean to sell
mandate or no mandate - that is the question?
paarl - old and new - on display at cultivaria
green shoots in cape town property market
maintaining your new home
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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