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census categorises sa's 14.5 million properties
move fast to stake a claim to great value in plettenberg bay
re/max winter sales volumes show solid increase
franchising the key to unlock potential of real estate industry
smart strategies for first-time buyers
concerns over shortage of student accommodation
nelspruit experiences a boom in building packages
criminals using show houses to rob property sellers
small, smaller, smallest
interest from major retail chains in maboneng precinct
property the darling of the third quarter
elegance, peace of mind in newlands secure estates
blue flag status confirms high quality of our coastal property
why a recovering us property market bodes well for sa
mini-budget should give property market new impetus
give in to lure of a white winter
re/max suburb trend report - blouberg
r1.3bn property development at newtown heritage sites
johannesburg property valuations to be finalised soon
referrals are a sure fire way to build a sustainable business
hero agent saves two from swimming pool death
east rand sectional title properties in demand
partners in property
varsity expansion stokes potchefstroom property market
sa estate agents ready to play a ‘vital role’ in housing transformation
tshwane property owners to have their say on prepaid meters
pam golding properties to showcase exclusive properties at china luxury summit
conditions are key when buying a property
sars closes in on estate agents
cape's largest mixed-use property development under way
re/max suburb trend report – ballito
what you need to know before buying a property
africa’s tallest building - update
three major awards for pam golding properties in the space of a week
burgersfort bushveld beauty
cape properties will soon lose or gain some zoning rights
r2,1-bn bee property group poised to list on jse
re/max suburb trend report – bryanston
affordability, security and views at new wellington development
re/max welcomes saldanha into the fold
brisk sales activity in full title market
leading international real estate trainer to visit south africa
pam golding properties marketing two new affordable developments
cape convention centre awaits approval for expansion plans
a co-ownership development now in onrus
property sector unaffected by strikes
new technology for low-cost housing
flourishing franschhoek flowers
kimberley readies for new campus
mitchells plain home prices now back at boom levels
now more buyers can taste the delights of franschhoek properties
sars tightens up even more on property transfers
north west province offers a broad selection of properties
breathtaking beauty
city of johannesburg bills property r19.5m for 30 days of water usage
moderate growth in property prices in september
no decline for graaff-reinet property market
no quick fix for the estate agency affairs board
franchise survey ranks re/max as the top performer
national monument with multiple accommodation for sale in paarl
valuations blow for 10 000 johannesburg property owners
maximise your home’s profit potential
buying opportunity for listed property investors
overpriced property a 'stumbling block' in slow market
your bond is your best investment
mainly cash buyers snapping up leisure farms in scenic dullstroom
pam golding properties awarded best estate agency in africa at opp awards
it pays to save
residential rental averages remain stable nationally
ballito becoming more of a permanent residential destination
west coast game farms see rise in demand
southdowns reaps the rewards of natural gas network
more delays for district 6 property redevelopment
new villas launched at eden island with yacht mooring on your doorstep
live like the king
homebuyers are online
'be prepared' for your property purchase
moody’s downgrade, labour unrest put pressure on listed property
striking youtube offices in london
cape town suburb 'a good investment option'
struggling south african property market sees some hope in retail and industrial sectors
urban life
increasing the value of your home
home bargains on offer in arty pringle bay
industry transformation a priority
going beyond borders
douglasdale retirement village built illegally
controversial langebaan property development gets green light
sectional title - who pays when there is a leak?
improving your credit fitness
johannesburg property owners to pay for city's mistake
new secure estate on the slopes of chapman’s peak
johannesburg joining world trend for cycle-friendly cities
property advice : 5 ways to reduce your home loan
properties selling quicker, fnb survey finds
monopoly - set to become a movie
'landlords need to be flexible' about tenant needs
milnerton’s oldest property comes on the market
a pictures speaks a thousand words
boutique residential development unveiled on portion of historic la cotte farm
resurgence of interest in vaal dam leisure homes
have room to breathe when buying
riverside hideaway an alternative for holiday home buyers in plettenberg bay
when can a landlord use the tenant's deposit for repairs?
stock shortage ahead of summer as sea point just keeps selling
understanding the rent review clause in commercial property leases
business boom in burgersfort
johannesburg's credit rating downgraded
separate billing of water and electricity in sectional title schemes could solve woes
chas everitt international opens in booming upington
pam golding properties now marketing ski resort properties in france
myoli beach at sedgefield proving a new hotspot
banks hike home loan deposit requirements back to recession levels
homework ensures informed decisions for buyers
a hat-trick of sales for sotheby’s in elite upper claremont estate
pretoria's orchards and booysens are blooming
secure rural lifestyle attracts upmarket buyers to winelands
now the “live, work” concept embraces leafy office parks
no need to rush
probe into housing contracts
busy commercial activity drives residential rental demand
gated estates - what is their value?
Latest Property News
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    Whenever changes in the political ecosystem of a traditional property market create uncertainty, smart investors begin to look elsewhere for new opportunities. Property experts at IP Global have analysed the trends and crunched the numbers to find new markets to explore in Europe and the United States.
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    Energy and water self-sufficiency are increasingly important factors in home buyers’ choice of property – especially in Cape Town where the extreme drought of the past few years has made municipal supply costly as well as uncertain.
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    The rental market is a cut-throat sector of the real estate market that waits for nobody. According to Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, first-time renters need to be fully prepared before they even start the process of looking for a place to rent in order to avoid the disappointment of losing out on their ideal property.
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    Choosing to buy your first home instead of continuing to rent is a big decision that will usually take some time to put into action, but the sooner you can save up a sizeable deposit, the closer you will be to reaching your goal.
  • 18 Apr 2018
    Selling your home is no small task and as you will quickly find out, there are a lot of misconceptions about the process. Gerhard van der Linde, Seeff's MD in Pretoria East lists the top 5 misconceptions when you are selling your home.
  • 18 Apr 2018
    The Cape Town municipality is now installing water-management devices at properties that have been non-compliant with the new level 5 water restrictions and there are talks of fines between R5,000 and R10,000 for households that use too much water.
  • 17 Apr 2018
    The recent interest rate cut has stoked the coals in the first-time buyer’s market. At least for the next two months until the next interest rate announcement, homeowners are guaranteed lower monthly instalments than in the previous quarter. But, is it wise to take out a 100% bond just to enter the property market while interest rates are low?
    
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