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transport upgrades boost appeal of western seaboard
the key to financial freedom: ongoing, inflation-linked passive income
décor trends impact the evolution of shutters
over r200 million in homes sold in somerset west
strong demand for vacant land, simple weekend homes
meetings in a non-profit hoa company
re/max comments on repo rate
the cradle of humankind - construction underway
scenic living
pam golding properties east london garden competition grows
re/max italia regional director visits south africa
buying property for the first time
experience the enigma
sectional title - essentials of exclusive use areas
don’t let your tenants rob you of a sale
field still not level for first-time buyers
trio architects to lead cticc expansion
good news about mortgages
new retirement resort set to launch in the winelands
merging brooklyn mall and design square
local property market remains constrained
reducing kitchen waste
designs with a twist
earth hour - doing your bit
world’s most sustainable neighbourhood
twenty six percent increase in unit sales
140 year old home for sale in simon’s town
gauteng’s oldest shopping mall to be revamped
real madrid to build resort
the time to invest is now
don’t go home shopping without advice from an originator
get cracking if you want to get into the market
foreign interest in sa property on the rise
commercial and industrial property in high demand - midvaal
fun faucets
a first for sa – parastatal property achieves green star sa rating
re/max lifestyle estates big achievers
time to buy now as prices start to rise
water wise
ongoing global demand for luxury villas on eden island, seychelles
community preserves its heritage
design trends for 2012
consumer appetite for green building on the increase
easy steps to a brighter future
open plan, open mind?
it's still a good time to buy a house
building index climbs most in nine months
local re/max offices wins big
building commences at brandwacht on river
buyers return to simmering south coast
continued growth on atlantic seaboard
sa property market solid on global index
national honours for cape agents
not all offers are equal
how to make a successful offer
century city outperforms
national laurels for west rand agent
secret storage spaces
making an offer - what you should know
keep it fresh
housing market north of durban resilient
20 secrets of interior design
competing cities
mount edgecombe country club estate in demand year round
instant treehouse
sectional title - know how
simply the best
paris flooded
new shopping centre in north west’s mining hub
the cream of the crop
cool home staging for a late summer sale
industry training essential
dress up your rental
banks’ loan provisions ‘too low’
superb homes and family lifestyle
constantia valley - luxury country escape
effective ways to downsize without compromise
change the way you search for property
10 decorating secrets revealed
slide away
treehouses from around the world
access to transport critical for business location
determining real estate value
renovating - need to know
winds of change to sweep through residential real estate industry
clarens - business and home owners see potential
exterior updates that attract buyers
foreigners finding it hard to obtain home loans
housing tomorrow - winners
farming in the karoo as an investment
re/max celebrates in spectacular style
launch of training academy well received by industry
a letter from auction alliance
wanted: toad custodian
low effort energy savings
value for money crucial in hermanus
aida boksburg launches sms campaign for cansa funds
zero carbon skyscrapers
tax relief - dr golding comments
tips for buying a renovator’s dream
hope for lower income buyers?
harcourts defies industry norms
setting the right price
transformer apartment
christie’s real estate - bric countries a platform for future growth
demand for large industrial space rises in cape town
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