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News Archive for March - 2013

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the ultimate luxury lifestyle development launched in prime north-west peninsula of mauritius
don’t take security for granted when buying apartments
re/max foundation joins forces with the red cross war memorial children’s hospital
“the best address in africa” – yours for r120 million
surge in sales activity in st francis bay’s residential property market
umhlanga rental market still sunny-side up.
10 top tips for first-time buying with confidence
be vigilant when signing contracts and making changes
the world's most expensive homes
what collaterals could banks find acceptable for bond applicants?
family buyers flock to fourways
kuilsriver on the move
a new leaf for the eaab?
boksburg residential market lifts head
buy or sell first, which is best?
residential property stock tightens while sellers cut prices
alert as new scam defrauds property sellers
is there a dangerous gap in your property insurance?
affordable homes launched in polokwane
how to make the best of a cma
joburg property owners facing stiff tariff increases
burgersfort weathers platinum woes
dr andrew golding repo rate and market comment
standard bank reports high demand for affordable housing
gracious living in the heart of somerset west
big-ticket property fire spreads to johannesburg
'demand for properties on the rise' - fnb
rapid growth in emalahleni’s (witbank) property market provides sound investor opportunities
re/max argentinean owners talks property market at recent south african event
re/max suburb trend report – woodstock
warm up your home
realnet watermeyer makes its mark in weavind park
'check that buyers have sold their existing properties'
transformation in the estate agency sector poses real challenges
stellenbosch property market shines
first impressions count
cape town sea side apartments in short supply as atlantic seaboard agents sell a flat a day
you don’t have to buy the ‘average’ house
swedish pensioners find value in south african property
cape town property valuations raise fears of soaring rates
views, vineyards and village life
active market in cape peninsula
re/max property associates win international award
second phase of robyndale forges ahead
solid growth expected for israeli property during 2013
pam golding properties sees potential growth in port elizabeth
the burden of rising electricity costs on rent
new cape town zoning scheme will affect property rights
google: playful israel offices
two more top gauteng agents join ennik estates
mec says rdp property owners should be allowed to sell
britain's most expensive home sold for r1 billion
real estate must-haves for success
re/max panache presents community service award
well-heeled chinese at luxury summit in shanghai favourably impressed by upmarket lifestyle properties in south africa
long term vision will drive property success over the next 10 years
new record price achieved in rondebosch
diemersfontein “the village” taking shape
‘deposit drag’ keeps market on a choke-chain
make moving easier – with help from the previous owner
generation y, the future of the property market
millionaire’s row mansion comes on the market
arrowhead property fund acquisitions boost jhi properties’ managed portfolio
why you need to pay into your bond now
auctioneering of property now the preferred method for many residential sellers
potential for growth in south africa’s olive farming industry
top five home improvements for stay-put homeowners
new estate agency board appointed
nelspruit offers buyers ideal property investment options
slower growth in black property ownership
ken woollcott appointed to head up the bedfordview office of pam golding properties
questions you need to ask when buying a property
property owners must stick to rules when renovating a unit
homeowners need clarity on council plans for pre-paid meters
is your area flashing “buy” or “stop” signals?
global integration creates real estate opportunity
the new kitchen: top 5 trends
budget 2013 is good news for home owners, but rising costs a concern, says seeff
sandton’s best kept secret
renewed activity in upper durban north
new zoning scheme 'could damage character' of cape town
property sellers warned against unrealistic prices
re/max masters flies south african colours high
cape dutch charm for sale in de doorns
langebaan sales increase as west coast awaits idz designation
business as usual for residential property market
property owners to pay over 8% power hike as municipalities add own rates
'heed cautionary tales about conveyancers'
how relationships influence the rental market
advice for buying or selling sectional title property
budget news from betterbond
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