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landmark east london property sells
tshwane set sights on smart city tag by 2055
banks tighten their purse strings again
western cape attracts more property buyers
household growth gradually becoming more troublesome
spring cleaning made easy
the right price and the right agent
in which suburbs do most of cape town's ultra-rich live?
market turns for silver woods
get off to a good financial start
property pricing remains crucial for sale success
absent property owners a problem for bodies corporate
container housing - why banks won’t finance
get an early start on safety for your new baby
south african buyers brave the winter to snap up atlantic seaboard trophies
energy efficiency forum for commercial buildings
auctioneers - stringent qualifications
cullinan holdings offer good value
granny flats can be good financial investments
state is turning to abt for solutions to housing delivery problems
auctioneers - draft code of conduct announced
value for money and trendy lifestyle in cape town’s central city
less hassle with rates clearance certificates?
inland towns -the hidden gems of the overberg
container housing debuts in south africa
a savings gift to south africans this national savings month
schubart park residents await fate
organise your pantry
hyprop expansion plans includes africa
foreign interest
the most important home security feature
the city of johannesburg - more allegations and denials
rising building costs strengthen home prices
cautious optimism about pretoria residential property market
another hit for google
creative ways to showcase your photos
buying your first property
secondary lenders vital for market
property repairs can sour relations between landlords and tenants
prime cut prods nelspruit market
check before you rent
home improvements to add value
three ways to sell your property
iconic farms in south africa compete with those in rest of africa
the more, the merrier
underberg in demand for holiday cottages
pinelands – the 15 minute suburb
tourism growth and historic homes drive wellington property market
foresight shapes the future
history in the making
is your real estate agency hot, or not?
rapid sales in chic new green point development
do you really want a pool?
the relevance of listed property
more owners sell to downscale and fewer upgrade
it’s about price and proximity
eaab appointment made
it’s party time for first-time buyers
mount edgecombe attracting industrial users
western seaboard - buyers cherry picking
zambia’s real estate sector on course for growth
interest rate cut - don’t decrease mortgage repayment
new eaab administrator to be announced
the homework needs to be done
a pragmatic approach to property investment
property companies dumps mortgages for cheaper bonds
renewed appetite for holiday home buying on the garden route
what a specialised rental agent brings to the party
july property prices up
gary player - why golf estates are failing
new pam golding properties office opens in namibia
stone spray - 3d printing for architecture
rental market sees growth in queensburgh
colour forecast 2013
expat and johannesburg buyers head for noordhoek
the best kept secret
local buyers show confidence in arabella country estate
determining fair market value
yzerfontein sees demand for well-priced homes
the curious case of auction alliance
kim faclier walks away with top award
pietermaritzburg rental prices under pressure
it’s business as usual, despite the eaab debacle
prime plett stands selling at half price
rental shortages spur witbank property market
decorex johannesburg – inspiration delights
eaab - why was chaplog appointed?
auction alliance properties raided
celebrating women in real estate
the pros and cons of property partner purchases
a piece of history
fishhoek still reels in buyers
beacon views set to redefine the meaning of affordable housing value
rental property in hot demand on western seaboard
ethekwini council investigating irregularity
modern living and views all the way to stellenbosch
affordable country living in somerset west
increasing the value of your home
finding the best opportunity in today’s market
pgp sees significant upturn in western seaboard sales
warm up winter by getting into better financial shape for summer
how to get the best out of a home inspection
two large industrial leases concluded by jhi properties
wellington rental market thrives
academia boosts lynnwood market
decorex - find your inspiration
sa’s first provincial green building
a slice of heaven
consumer commission issued “nonsensical” auction alliance notice
johannesburg city centre comes into its own
get creative
do you rent or buy in today’s market?
controversial property back on the market
your tenant’s municipal bill – your problem
property market looking up for sellers
urban waterfall to generate energy
working green
facilities management - increasingly vital
increased activity in grahamstown’s residential property market
better leadership for real estate industry will be key to its future success
property spin off from mining boom towns
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