News Archive for April - 2013

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check the boundaries of your property
new residential estate on somerset west farmland
crime forces durban estate agents to drop show houses
how you can grow – and guard - your home equity
johannesburg inner city property returns beat suburbs
home buyers head further north of durban
paradigm shift for mitchell’s plain and strandfontein property
property bondholders should take care of their life-cover
sectional title: extensions involve lots of red tape
no extra tax incurred if you leave property to your heirs
upturn in hermanus property sales
advice for property buyers - understand the steps
security upgrades boost peace of mind at atlantic beach estate
retreat to your own island
prospective homeowners need to stop ‘reckless borrowing’
small home building activity grows strongly at start of year
top tips for a green home
basel iii rule changes will prove positive for property buyers
kungwini becomes ‘dormitory’ town
local lowveld re/max agent in top form
how to clear your credit record
property buyers should consider impact of fuel price increases
new development, old principles
exceptional capital growth and investment opportunities in eagle canyon golf estate
tips for home buyers: types of property ownership
klerksdorp on the up and up
parkes manor - a piece of history
value is just one factor in expropriation bill
property worth millions sold in constantia
talk to your bank when struggling to repay your bond
'property price cuts send the wrong message'
property owners warned: just two weeks left to lodge valuation objections
landlord is selling, what are your rights?
david and larry gresham invest in new head office
realnet putts for charity
character-filled bishopscourt home for sale at r25 million
the seven habits of accomplished homebuyers
first time buyers expected to dominate tableview market
betterbond figures show improvement in home loan approval rate
growing demand sees camps bay luxury villas achieving prices in the upper millions say agents
delmas rental demand rockets
pay off your bond well before you retire
home prices high in jam-packed mthatha
office property in a slump
cape town's tallest skyscraper rapidly taking shape
optimising your home’s best features
sa reits: will investors benefit?
affordable property is key to wealth creation, says study
millionaire's playground: too rich for sa's super wealthy
avoid lengthy and costly disputes in the built environment
work in the city, live in the country
new green rating tool for public and education buildings freely available
low emigration levels boosting the sa house market - but are not yet complemented by increased foreign buying in sa
choose the right lawyer to expedite your property transfer
is now the time to buy?
legal essentials govern rental deposit
household spending set to plunge
sa home loans turns to affordable properties
today’s home buying factors: price, proximity and design
state's green building comes at great cost
sentiment improving in residential property market
some pain, small gains in johannesburg property rates
south africa’s gated estates generate 65 000 jobs
increasing investment in guesthouses and boutique hotels in the cape
set the stage for selling your home
prime sandhurst property goes on offer at r30-million
embracing relaxed living in a fast paced world
‘standing room only’ in potchefstroom property market
members of sa's estate agency affairs board announced
don’t be fooled by phantom offers
luxury property sector in joburg follows cape town’s upward trend
rights of a tenant, when a property is auctioned
functions and powers of body corporates
calls to relax property finance criteria
novel ‘crystal clear’ drive-thru in roodepoort set for success
residential property market improving - fnb
soundscrapers - creating energy from noise pollution
blowing the whistle on crime
repeat buyers gain ground as home prices increase
nelspruit growth spurs lifestyle developments
20 essential tips to keep your home warm this winter
leisure and home buyers returning to plettenberg bay
skyhouse: the penthouse with a slide
strong demand for suburbs flanking rondebosch common
selling or offering your property to rent?
what to do if tenants do not pay their rent
consolidation of sectional title units is permitted by law
Latest Property News
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    Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs have been among the top performers in the South African residential sector for several years, with popular suburbs like Claremont, Rondebosch and Newlands experiencing year-on-year growth which have increasingly priced them beyond the budgets of many investors.
  • 28 Oct 2016
    When you buy a property with the intention of letting it and eventually earning an income from it, the banks will most likely only approve the home loan you need at a higher rate of interest than you qualified for on your primary residence.
  • 28 Oct 2016
    Choosing to sell your home can be a big decision, so it is important to know that you are ready to move on, says Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa.
  • 28 Oct 2016
    “The City of Cape Town’s announcement on the 18th October that Level 3 water restrictions will be implemented as of the 1st November 2016, is a warning to all households in the Cape that we’re in for a dry summer and that serious consideration needs to be given to the way in which water is consumed,” says Annette Evans, general manager of the Institute of Estate Agents of SA, Western Cape.
  • 27 Oct 2016
    Situated in one of the oldest towns in South Africa, our Property Pick of the day is a modern beauty in the popular Capolavoro, Stellenbosch.
  • 27 Oct 2016
    It’s hot, it’s bold, and as it continues to attract more multibillion-rand residential and retail property developments – and more ultra-wealthy international investors - Umhlanga is increasingly looking like South Africa’s own Dubai.
  • 27 Oct 2016
    Massive economic investment and a new local government in Port Elizabeth are expected to boost high value home buying in the city.
  • 27 Oct 2016
    Sandton’s status as South Africa’s financial hub has to a large extent cushioned the suburb’s sectional title market, with demand for residential property remaining consistent despite the economic slump and weaker buyer sentiment.
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