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western cape outperforms other provinces
re/max suburb trend report - umhlanga
artists in the village
distressed success for roodepoort agent
polokwane property top of the pops
new centre to enhance quality of delivery in real estate sector
urgent last call for tax-free property transfers
re/max suburb trend report – knysna
huge difference between gap and rdp housing
2013: the year of transformation
'the right age to buy a property'
chas everitt international - what we can expect in 2013
tenant's bill is property owner's liability
national honours for pretoria agents
the eastern cape's new r3bn agriculture estate
commercial farms in the karoo in high demand
re/max suburb trend report - nelspruit
listed property: prospects for 2013
lenasia property solution should not 'promote criminality' - sexwale
multigenerational housing a major trend to watch
seller beware: know the real value of your home
budget for all costs related a property purchase
what real estate clients really want
‘green’ building is catching on in south africa
a deposit is crucial when renting property
allure of coastal property evident as holiday season approaches
re/max global learning centre - the key to real estate success
blue flag beach, blue chip property
n7 highway upgrade - good news for swartland property
housing demand to rise 'dramatically'
prime whale rock stands in plett discounted by up to 80%
table mountain recognition is good for property
property heats up in hoedspruit
re/max comments on interest rate announcement
dr andrew golding comments on repo rate
upcountry buyers discover gordons bay
blairgowrie offers good value to property buyers
what does paying a little extra into your home loan get you?
cape property market ready for bumper holiday season
what home sellers need to know at this time of year
good news on housing from the census
developments set amanzimtoti property market alight
'acts of god' may leave your property uninsured
sectional title: the correct use of sections
the sky is the limit
tips on affording a property
jan davel, md of realnet, gives 2013 property market predictions
re/max to celebrate 40 years of real estate success
affordable rental market is promising
tenants in mid-rental properties still the best payers
boutique wine estate for sale in franschhoek valley
another “shocking” requirement – electric fence compliance certificates
v&a residential market showing signs of sustained recovery
commercial investors deriving greatest value at auctions
roodepoort, a great neighbourhood to buy in
what buyers need to know in today’s housing market
aida national franchises predictions for 2013
property market remains subdued
what are the duties of a rental property agent?
bargains in estate where bali meets bushveld
top mossel bay agency converts to chas everitt international brand
bond originator ooba see record home loan growth in approvals
cape town voted world's best city
the cost of sectional and full title properties are converging
commercial property market remains resilient
the pitfalls of part ownership of shares in property
occupancy prior to transfer is risky
jhi properties’ cape agents - first to undertake new seta accreditation
sa wealthy buying more property in london than the swiss, singaporeans and saudi’s
buyers hot for big-ticket properties in johannesburg
boost for brave volunteers in st francis
should your home loan be kept out of debt counseling?
investors and university students' parents creating cape property boom
oldest house in robertson comes onto the market
more transport improvements to boost western seaboard lifestyle
st francis bay - fire under control
rental demand gains momentum in limpopo
how to prepare your property for a show day in a competitive market
state's lease problems headache for commercial property owners
germiston homes find favour
the clock is ticking for tax-friendly property transfers
pam golding properties first to use augmented reality technology
a home away from home
old pretoria homes offer grand lifestyle of bygone era
re/max suburb trend report – bloemfontein
dr andrew golding comments on the property market
heading to the coast for the holidays? check out langebaan’s best buys
polokwane rental market abuzz
perception that greening costs a lot more holding back sustainable designs
a 5-star, idyllic island lifestyle in mauritius, azuri resort selling fast
household spending up 70% over five years
property doyenne machanik fined r1.5m
re/max suburb trend report – amanzimtoti
penthouse living for sa's slick city dwellers
'agree about the fixtures and fittings before you sell or buy a property'
sales sizzle as summer approaches – but stock is scarce
e-tolls will cause a major shift in home buying priorities
a much better way to spend r550 a month
prima estates joins pam golding properties
is now the time to consider property investments?
property rental increase at slowest rate
sales exceed r75 million at andringa walk
off-plan residential sales a positive sign for property market
market on the move as home loan applications rise 23%
what does record prices at gated estates signal?
15 small bedrooms
property transfer tips
tycoons to lose homes
south africa’s first green skyscraper on schedule
redefine clamps down on errant government tenants
graced by the sea
must love milnerton
over 300 residential development units sold in mauritius
top mossel bay estate agency converts to chas everitt
'better to use' resolutive than suspensive conditions in property purchase
cape property still favoured by british and european buyers
research should be the first step when investing in the gated estate lifestyle
Latest Property News
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    Since 2012, sectional title complexes have been leading the South African property market, not only in terms of price growth, but sales volumes as well. Remaining relatively strong, even in the face of 2017’s political and economic turmoil, experts say this market segment could offer valuable insight into South Africans’ property purchase priorities.
  • 20 Nov 2017
    Regardless of whether you are purchasing your first start-up home, downsizing or moving in with roommates, finding ways to maximise small spaces can be a big advantage, says Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa.
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