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News Archive for September - 2012

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the end of the don era
investigators find more cracks at builders' council
commercial property - facade improvements can add value
series of property expos kick off in gauteng
perfect your pricing and presentation
3 000 rdp housing owners to get title deeds
rising interest in eastern cape farms
giant 3d printer can print entire rooms
a property’s condition and price remains key for sellers
green living at entry-level prices
10 of the hottest kitchen countertop materials
tpn warns of unsecured credit bubble
choosing a home to suit your life stage
johann boshoff appointed managing director of jhi properties
decoding the labels
blackouts owing to arrears, says tshwane
the simple secrets of home buying success
estate agents increase fidelity trust
property returns unexciting - hold steady for now
traffic congestion turns pretoria properties into offices
repo rate should encourage smart buyers
rentals soar as bela bela home shortage grows
homebuyers will choose councils with clean audits
continued pressures on qualifying for home loans
ennik estates launches into year two off an expanded base
minister sexwale talks corruption
zimbabwe appeal on property thrown out
lucy ferreira takes her team to chas everitt international property group
building underway at the “the odyssey”
residential property remains an excellent long-term investment
why a stable, low interest rate isn’t enough
comment on interest rate announcement
re/max wildlife properties - establishing a premier marketing presence in hoedspruit
dr andrew golding comments on the repo rate and the property market
reit tax proposals restricts foreign property investment
jeffreys bay attracting all
fourways residential property market offers numerous options
things are moving in milnerton
green construction set for growth
east london’s beautiful gardens on show
deposits remains key to buying a home
private equity the best source of capital for developers
minister tokyo sexwale launches unique housing development – investors take note
current property market might be the new 'normal' for our 'low growth economy'
south african property market - worth trillions
sa city planners face many challenges
linden caters for all tastes
international investment hot spots
gauteng's n1 'remains magnet' for new property developments
montclair - increasingly popular with young buyers
a realistic view of the current trends in the residential property market
r1m 'wasted' over auction alliance
new frail care facility for greyton country village
pam golding properties’ swaziland franchisee - finalist in awards
hout bay’s famous castle sold
no winter freeze for atlantic seaboard sales
pgp steps in to provide trees
price, value and cost
realnet expands in western cape
kusile electrifies bronkhorstspruit property market
evolving market contributes to 'downward trend' in property prices
from cabins to castles in tygerberg
7 smart ways to green your kitchen
plettenberg bay beach development raises objections
environment protest grows over proposed colbyn development
how to get the most out of your access bond
how to avoid those renovation nightmares
sa house price growth slowing: ooba
investors eye thornton
gauteng freeway improvement project impacts property prices
croydon wine and olive estate a huge hit with buyers
re/max expands into china
bank mortgage declines put pressure on property prices
another billing crisis setback
building confidence stable at low level
great investment potential lies in sa’s mining towns
re/max president on global property trends
sub-saharan africa’s hotel industry poised for growth
historic mansion on the market
property must be well presented and priced
useful advice for home buyers and sellers
new franchisee for realnet in kuils river
shared ownership can be a trap
stanford - attracting young families and semi-retired buyers
johannesburg billing chaos grows despite claims that it has been resolved
cape town is planning for skyscrapers
weekend and commuter buyers keep overstrand property market upbeat
cape town property rates bill
picturesque barrydale growing in popularity with out of towners
how does security affect the perceived value of property?
global housing market declines further
hout bay perfect for young families and professionals
durban to convert neglected properties into new cultural precinct
pam golding properties - ‘home from home’ bring winter warmth
spruce up your verge this spring and win
a popular choice
jawitz markets opulent cape town residence
ignore africa at your own peril
sectional title: real power still lies with the owners
don’t let electricity slip your mind
buyers hot for townhouses in pretoria's ‘new east’
upgrade enhances experience at intaba ridge private game estate
property rent rises: all you need to know
records smashed at re/max world long drive event
plant for the future
unique homes available in verdant bryanston
powerful growth in lephalale
buy a home and start getting rich
how to prevent exorbitant property rates and taxes
iconic salt river landmark property being restored
creatives opt for hidden treasures in cape town
eye-catching “cube house” on the market
new road link boosts accessibility
overberg village draws price-conscious retirees
beware of buying too much home
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