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News Archive for February - 2012

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kid kool
exclusive melrose arch apartments in high demand
consider the ‘option to buy’ option
innovation city
property performing well in benoni
older homes maintain appeal in bishopscourt
protecting your assets
moonscapes
defeating the urban decay monster
why buy in edgemead?
rael levitt steps down as ceo of auction alliance & investec responds to accusations
durban - prime locations for commercial property
insurance advice - first time home owners
be water wise
more buyers moving to robertson
sectional title compliance critical for duet owners
new development in vredehoek set to sell out fast
dealing with troublesome sectional title tenants
ogle google
encouraging individual ownership
feeling valued
uncertain environment - expert
auction alliance: board statement
budget speech: impact on real estate
comment on budget speech
limpopo beauty
when it rains it pours
office nodes growing due to decentralisation in tshwane
from garage to studio
re/max panache report: 2011 best year ever
young families flocking to glenwood
vaal dam leisure homes market increasingly active
why you should insist that your buyer has been pre-approved
big-ticket buyers go bargain hunting in luxury estates
values climb in mcgregor
designer names boost value of iconic homes
sound advice for renovating residential property
auction alliance kickback scandal exposed by weekend argus
2012 present its own challenges - and opportunites
lack of service capacity boosts brits rentals
opportunity outweighs negative economy in pe
lego offices - play time
building our country
future home
house price growth strong in january
pgp pretoria region spreads its wings
state of the nation - what does it mean for the property market?
pent-up demand for new homes in centurion
why improved tourism is positive for property
debunking the advantages of residential rental
chas everitt flag now flying in polokwane
all roads lead to london
plantscraper - the future is here
rental demand spikes on the atlantic seaboard and cape town city centre
government’s housing plan
paint your world
top 10 steps to find your dream home
120 hours redesign
rules of rental property
betty’s bay holiday homes remain in demand
hospitality market - where to now?
positive sentiment not misplaced in cape metro market
keeping your promises
great investment opportunity in cape winelands
property group backing lions
hotel to home
bond payments - what to do when you can’t pay
hats off to hoedspruit
bibs up: protecting the streets
choose the right agent
financial planning - vital for sectional title
certain segments show growth
ask the right questions
bmw - experience joy
bathroom reinvented
should you invest?
re/max outeniqua expands
property investment: keeping firm control of your investments
sole mandates the key to accurate pricing
deadly sins of selling
the best view in the southern suburbs?
chas everitt is “the one” for boschenmeer
woodhill gets resident realnet agent
cape west coast land parcels - great investment potential
friday fun: what would you choose?
it’s always a good time to buy
chevron gets a new home
fnb: house prices will decline further
14m households do not qualify for home loans
green is the hottest colour
interest and sales in umhlanga rocks on the up
rode fights back
the key to financial freedom: a "can-do" alternative for investors
evicting a tenant: the do’s and don’ts
top choices for turning your kitchen green in 2012
buying investment property -the 7 deadly sins
modern modules
recovering house market - the hurdles
Latest Property News
  • 29 May 2017
    Buying and selling property is a far from simple process but it can be especially tedious for sellers who are also required to produce an array of clearance certificates, including a rates clearance certificate from their local municipality which will only be issued if all accounts are up to date.
  • 29 May 2017
    Situated towards Umdloti on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast, the new Sibaya precinct has rapidly become entrenched as the region’s property ‘hotspot’ – a monniker it is likely to hold for at least the next 10 to 15 years.
  • 29 May 2017
    Even though it is not required to submit building plans for projects defined as ‘minor building work’, homeowners will still require written permission from their local authority before they start, says Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa.
  • 26 May 2017
    The rules for handling rental deposits are very clearly outlined in the Rental Housing Act, and yet certain misconceptions still abound amongst landlords and tenants.
  • 26 May 2017
    Sounds of the door shuffling on its hinges echo through the house. You look around but see no one, just shadows. As panic washes over you the first thoughts that run through your head are run, get out as fast as you can. Are you safe?
  • 26 May 2017
    The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) announced yesterday at its third meeting of the year that interest rates will remain unchanged - we take a look at some of the thoughts from property industry leaders on this decision.
  • 25 May 2017
    While the decision by the Monetary Policy Committee meeting to hold the repo rate steady was expected, a reduction would have provided a much-needed boost for consumer confidence and market sentiment given the ongoing weak economic growth experienced in South Africa, says Dr Andrew Golding, CE of the Pam Golding Property group.
  • 25 May 2017
    What are the basic requirements for an agreement to be considered binding? According to Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, for an agreement to be considered a legal binding document, there are some key aspects that need to be in place, such as the fact that it needs to be a written document that is signed by both parties.
    
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