News Archive for May - 2012

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atterbury eyes expansion into africa
10 homes in bizarre places
sotheby’s international realty now in israel
sapoa honours the best of the best
pam golding properties helps peter pan school
johannesburg - is acid water a threat?
the power of preparation
property investor trends
aquaponics - the way of the future?
cape town international convention centre wins big
gautrain midrand offices - construction underway
south african property market - boom or bust?
tallest building in africa - yes or no?
walkability increases property value
safety first
when a property doesn’t sell
there is an alternative
pam golding properties expands into kenya
know your rights
pearl valley golf estates - plan of action announced
mooikloofrif shines in pretoria east
affordability remains a pressing issue
don’t neglect your insurance
ways to win when you buy off-plan
real estate welcomes an unchanged repo rate
comment on interest rate announcement
unlocking property development opportunities in africa
five famous movie kitchens
tokyo - skytree now open
murphy/jahn designs pentominium for seoul’s yongsan district
sanlam and atterbury joins forces to buy accra shopping mall
kitchen inspirations: ideas from restaurants
hand-sculpted "brick biotopes"
retail real estate sector tackles best practices as globalization rises
rental escalations on commercial property leases in south africa
outlook upbeat for property market
johannesburg residents now looking closer to home for country getaways
what’s the score?
the hunger games - own the town
inside the facebook campus
how to invest in student accommodation
mouille point holds its own
‘piano man’ puts lavish miami home on sale
new phase launched at longlands country estate
western cape - average house price up
a hut on the beach
village view receives face lift
the winter garden
delmas market set to take off
four shipping containers, one incredible home
hyper functional home
the ins and outs of capital gains tax
investec property fund delivers
colour crazy
gearing up in colour
sectional title schemes and home owners associations - what is the difference?
the micro-cabin
sapoa and nmmu business school joins forces
a.a. milne's real-life "house at pooh corner" hits the market
re/max of southern africa continues forward
affordable housing sector ailing
capco makes headway
are smart homes the next trend?
older buyers supporting demand in sluggish market
sectional title properties remain popular in gauteng
prime city property prices falls
investors - how new property laws affect you
sales boom in johannesburg southern suburbs
winter warmth in the franschhoek valley
big things afoot for investors in port alfred
how estate agents’ commission works
brisk trade in southern suburbs middle housing market
the sliding house
top jse performer - success a secret
outlook for residential property price growth increasingly positive
inflation expected to be contained
the floating city
green principles for illovo boulevard
country life in town
kludi design awards 2012
rooting out corruption
steady return in tough economy
wonderland - on the cards
property prices shows 5.6% year-on-year growth
century city to house virtual office service centre
keller williams realty looking to expand worldwide
trust your gut
public works minister tackles irregularity in government leases
is the city making us sick?
innovative property developments to be honoured
wapadrand property a keeper
braamfontein experiencing surge in demand for redevelopment properties
court asserts owner rights to servitude access
jhi properties poised for growth in western cape
british pensioners to boost the local property market
safe as houses
mauritius property’s popularity increases
rich heritage in the heart of kwazulu-natal
bankers’ return to jo’burg homes market a good sign
the highest home in silversteen estate - for sale
jhi residential - awarded contract
returning expatriates seek new life at “the vines”
younger buyers getting more bonds
community scheme meetings - the importance of attending meetings
property - the favoured asset
city dwellers heads for the karoo
solid investment potential in somerset west
homes inspired by pop culture
basel iii set to be a bombshell for homebuyers
winter home blues
splash out in the kitchen
excerpts from recent saia conference
recycling your furniture
one for the money, two for the show
new homes - do they need maintenance?
house price growth at a two year high - fnb
property on the atlantic seaboard - high on every list
heritage hill homes prove popular
one world trade center - now highest building in nyc
sea kay holdings - more loss
green roofs changing architecture
property giants go green
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