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distressed properties in 2012
moot market ‘exciting’ says new franchisee
celebrating entegral technologies
house price prediction off the mark
student accommodation - good investing
insurance assurance
rode out of touch, says geffen
cape town named as one of world’s 10 best places to live
how to be a successful landlord
hot demand for affordable family homes
south africa’s 25% ‘overvalued’ property prices
create the space
vacant offices puts pressure on landlords
the good and the bad in residential segments
simbithi sees many sales and splendid living
the three stacks eco-hotel
top agency in the south joins chas everitt
buyers answer call of the countryside
youth is not always on your side
looking towards the future
cape town market holds its own
vodafone unveils green building
lolo- the suburb that doesn’t exist
what you need to know about sars tax amnesty
green light for zwaanswyk perimeter fence
take the anxiety out of alterations
international property expert joins the re/max sa management team
construction underway at diemersfontein
take care to get the best off-plan deal
how sentiment affects the property market
paving the way for economic stability
a healthy home
top property tips for 2012
to build or buy?
interest rate reduction would have provided further confidence boost
top design magazine announces winners
liability is a grey area for green buildings
borrowers in the pound seats as bank battle restarts
three top tips for single homebuyers
johannesburg safer than cape town
boomers worth their weight in gold
shoppers delight
interest rate - pre announcement
look out now for leds
best buyers’ market in decades
sound investment value
kitchen cool: renovations on a budget
safely reaping emerging market opportunities
top honours for realnet agent
cardinal rules for second home investment
unusually high december sales recorded along atlantic seaboard
avoiding the dangers of further advances
wild at heart
selling like hotcakes
the house on stilts
property industry heavyweight joins re/max
student accommodation driving development
trend report 2012
common defects to look out for
costly property errors
new midrand office for realnet
get on the net to maximise your chance of selling
financial planning in sectional titles
hot property
choosing your retirement scheme
rosy outlook for belfast properties
why not pool your resources for profit?
adaptability is vital for property industry
pgp helps baphumelele secure halfway house in philippi
a warm country welcome
to rent or to buy a house in 2012?
small is all you need
cato manor retrofit
big changes coming in property marketing
good opportunities but slow growth in 2012
banks will still hold the reins in 2012
quality of business will be better this year
south african invests in large uk property
fnb sees flat commercial property market in 2012
getting schooled
durban packs the punch
spruce up your space
Latest Property News
  • 17 Jan 2018
    While the current property market may still favour buyers, it doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t be well prepared before putting in an offer to purchase.
  • 17 Jan 2018
    Lightstone lists Blair Atholl as the most expensive suburb with an average house price of R11.2 million, followed by Westcliff (R10.5 million), Dunkeld (R9.3 million), Sandhurst (R9.1 million) and Inanda (R7.2 million).
  • 17 Jan 2018
    As it currently stands, there are four main ways in which a home can be bought in South Africa, says Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, who adds that deciding in which legal entity to purchase the property is not a decision that should be entered into lightly, as each has its pros and cons.
  • 16 Jan 2018
    The start of the new year is symbolic of new beginnings. A good time to take stock of one’s possessions as well as how necessary they actually are. However, seeing as the process may appear daunting – a plan goes a long way.
  • 16 Jan 2018
    The Western Cape is still in the throes of a severe drought and many households have to adjust the way they use and save water. It is a little more complicated in sectional title schemes, however, as it is not that easy to implement grey water systems for multiple users and it is also difficult to monitor water usage accurately if there are no separate water meters
  • 15 Jan 2018
    In ideal rental situations, when a lease is signed the tenant will stay for the full duration of his lease without any complications and the landlord will uphold his obligations, creating a win-win situation for tenant and landlord.
  • 15 Jan 2018
    The Atlantic Seaboard’s housing market has stoically withstood the brunt of the growing economic and political instability, consistently achieving double digit growth way above the national average, however, in 2017 South Africa’s most resilient market finally began to yield to the pressure.
  • 15 Jan 2018
    Sectional title insurance can be a little confusing and, as a new owner, you may be tempted to just assume your body corporate has you covered. While this may be the case, understanding the extent of your coverage and your personal liability is the only guaranteed way to protect yourself against potentially costly oversights.
    
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