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News Archive for December - 2011

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johannesburg rises again
tenants’ market
minimalist renovation
randburg cbd’s upliftment
estate agents cut commissions because of economy
2012 will be a crunch year
commercial property prospects for 2012: fnb
living on the roof
fund brings additional student apartments to johannesburg
planning for the future?
disclosure of members contact details
fundamentals growing favourably for home buyers
listed property sector sees 2011 profits up
garden route’s green homes up for grabs at reduced prices
karoo property remains an affordable option
the urban jungle - green spaces
google's newest office
bathed in colour
record application and value growth
more than just a floating home
south africa -sixth safest property investment location
the house that morphed
painting the town green
developers re-enter property market
top berea estate agency joins aida
big to design ski resort in lapland
take the pledge against plastic waste
turning green
investing in the wilder side
bigger deposits bring big benefits
constantia park property for sale
stellenbosch property for sale
taking your financial pulse
don’t get into a double bind over commission
backpackers in the berg has solid investment potential
it all adds up
it is about the children
price resistance slows grahamstown sales
high demand for rentals in paarl
the fixed rate debate
small spaces, big ideas
cape rental market still performing well
upmarket elegance
tardy buyers, tenants are ‘shooting own-goals’
why not let that extra space?
sa property value still excites expats
no need to reinvent the property investment wheel
hong kong is streets ahead
how does sentiment affect the market?
well-priced rentals move quickly
south africans pack for hermanus instead of perth
the mirage set to become a reality as building work starts
the magic of muizenberg
sleepy muldersdrift wakes up
moving checklist
rentals rocket in mokopane
gautrain driving demand on the east rand
make sure your home’s a real haven
waving hello to a new energy source
historic farmland for sale in franschhoek area
tokai secure estates - amongst the most popular in the cape
growing through renovation
mixed market the ‘chance of a lifetime’ for young buyers
expert staging tips to give your home the x-factor
more than just prefab
rental demand soars in witbank
house price growth - on a downturn
fnb/ber building confidence lifts in 2011
sky bound
international accolade for pam golding property
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