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News Archive for February - 2013

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seven top tips for boosting the saleability of your home
realnet md - mixed feelings about budget speech
expenditure on low-income housing and public transport networks positive news, says dr andrew golding
southern suburbs: price right and sell fast
re/max of southern africa wins region of the year
chas everitt international comments on budget news
it’s a great time to sell property, too
registration of titles - what you need to know
management is the key to successful sectional title schemes
a deposit makes all the difference when applying for a bond
business development provides opportunity for investors
new building regulations affect all changes made to property
what to be aware of when selling or buying sectional title property
cnn’s richard quest to mc the 45th annual sapoa convention in may
advice for first time home buyers
cape town property rates announced
the house that moved - now for sale in onrus
space needed: a shocking look at hong kong’s tiny apartments
should you renovate your property or buy a new home?
re/max suburb trend report – hout bay
a vision of the urban building of the future
government housing fraud: 1 000 officials convicted
bloemfontein’s got a property for everyone
helping kids learn and play on founders day
properties in trust too risky for many banks
property values on the rise
don't sell too soon after buying a property
comment from adrian goslett, ceo of re/max of southern africa, on the recent state of the nation address
see what your property is worth on johannesburg website
fish hoek, noordhoek charm peninsula buyers
check the deed before the deal is done
cape rental properties remain in great demand
seeff calls for clarity on government's move to restrict foreign property ownership
news on gap subsidy positive for property
back to nature at boskloof eco estate
franschhoek’s favourite cottage now for sale
being a good neighbour can boost your property's value
ladismith in the klein karoo drawing a wide variety of home buyers
property market expectation across the globe
looking for value in residential property in 2013
buyers put down long-term roots in rondebosch
state of the nation ‘encouraging’ for property
new service to increase the chance of getting a home loan
tough new laws for electric fences
renovations pay over the long term
exchange rates add 'increased value' to sa properties
hermanus satellites catch buyers' attention
should home inspections be compulsory in south africa?
new environmental laws to clarify issues around coastal properties
love your home
levies on an equal "per owner" basis
today’s first-time buyers plan carefully for the future
re/max suburb trend report – garsfontein
don't make these mistakes buying a house
active festive season for cape residential property
interest in cape town’s green point area gathers pace among retailers and office users
valuable property add-ons
prime bryanston site ready for commercial development
scenic and central, northcliff has it all
how to take the hassle out of moving
getting started - essential tips for first time property buyers
market dynamics that influence home sales
sa property market ‘still among the leaders’
the pearl of pearl valley
re/max to continue ambitious global expansion plan in 2013
holiday properties 'start to stabilise' after long slump
living the high life - penthouses ups the ante in the battle for views
steering clear of dodgy contractors
buying a house? your credit rating is your most important asset
transfer duty receipts are now all obtained by e-filing
15% uptick in plettenberg property market
pam golding properties makes inroads in namibian property market
low levies in sectional title schemes 'not necessarily a good thing'
johannesburg property values are increasing
kgodisa training academy to offer additional courses
an idyllic island home in mauritius - value for money
vibrant east london property market prompts chas everitt expansion
first affordable apartments launched near gautrain station in midrand’s new urban growth node
bonds 101: everything the first-time buyer needs to know
re/max suburb trend report - somerset west
tshwane in dire need of student housing
sustained demand for homes in umhlanga
casual elegance in de goede hoop estate
best way to handle tenants' deposits
re/max suburb trend report – new brighton
keep it organised: linen closets
eskom hikes will cost households r10bn
brighton beach property in kzn offers great lifestyle or investment opportunity
sellers advised to put properties on show
Latest Property News
  • 20 Nov 2017
    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.
  • 20 Nov 2017
    Property valued at approximately R1 billion is on High Street Auctions’ sales floor during the month of November, including the much-anticipated sale of the Tshwane Mayoral Residence and the land occupied by one of South Africa’s oldest operating gold mines.
  • 17 Nov 2017
    FWJK has announced the launch of its latest residential brand, the Lil’ Apple, which will be launched simultaneously in two developments in Cape Town and Umhlanga totaling 600 apartments. The Lil’ Apple is set to be a brand of FWJK’s New York style apartments which will be rolled out nationally.
  • 17 Nov 2017
    It’s been a tumultuous year on many fronts, with socio-political uncertainty setting the tone for much of South Africa’s economic activity yet despite this and seemingly counter-intuitively, the residential property market has held up well.
  • 17 Nov 2017
    The EAAB (the Estate Agency Affairs Board) recently claimed that around 50,000 illegal estate agents could currently be operating illegally.
  • 16 Nov 2017
    Penthouses are synonymous with New York – characterised by high-rise living that is decidedly luxurious and spacious. While exclusivity comes at a price, you can still create a “penthouse” look and feel in your existing apartment or even the upstairs bedroom of a double storey house with some clever design changes and styling touches.
  • 16 Nov 2017
    The area has long been popular with kite surfers and, with escalating property prices in Cape Town itself, is increasingly in demand with home owners who work in town, but are looking to invest in more affordable properties.
    
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