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News Archive for May - 2013

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re/max suburb trend report – parklands, western cape
johannesburg warns - don't ignore the meter reader
higher rates and taxes force trend towards smaller properties
listed property sector 'could double in size'
capital gains tax on primary residences is slanted in favour of the small man
living in harmony with nature; head to hout bay for the best selection of eco homes
final phase of exclusive rynfield business park offers luxurious office suites in parklike surrounds
property fraud costs constantia buyer r2.2 million
how to save electricity in sectional title schemes
realnet offers one of top 20 business opportunities in sa
better value for upper income family buyers in northcliff, says seeff
new property company to guarantee tenant deposits and breakages
two points in the right direction
re/max results indicate solid growth ahead for 2013
buy or sell first, which is best?
buyers advice: think ahead when viewing homes for sale
former vineyards now home to happy families
have you got it covered?
couple take bank to court after erroneous ad leads them to buy wrong property
global acclaim for garden route
sapoa announces property development winners
poor maintenance of roads a threat to johannesburg home values
certifications - estate agents must comply or be deregistered
controversial blaauwberg property auctioned after fierce bidding
market confidence is on the up, buying now could be the smartest move says seeff
pretoria’s equestrian estate on a winning streak
further stimulus for economy would have been a welcome move, says dr andrew golding
comment on interest rate announcement
gautrain station spurs rosebank property developments
enjoy the best of both worlds in villiersdorp
aerotropolis plan boosts kempton park property
"tradional checks on estate agents no longer valid" - bill rawson
what is landlord's responsibility towards property maintenance?
easy ways to ‘green’ your home office
the real value of real estate home-ownership
attractive office rental properties offer good value in prime locations in johannesburg
bond originator - ooba, continues to record growth
johannesburg rejects gupta property valuations
property owners keen to go green, banks and agents trail trend
best-kept secret in the winelands?
banks still willing to lend - standard bank
history meets the future in franschhoek mansion
no repo rate cut expected, but perhaps needed
why landlords need professional letting agents
younger generation of home buyers heads for the hills - to mountain getaways
eastern cape farms in demand
luxury gupta property drops r16 million in johannesburg valuation roll
construction underway on new mouille point landmark
modern cleaning chemicals go ‘green’
re/max suburb trend report – weltevreden park
south africans are once again prioritizing home buying
maboneng returns residents to johannesburg city centre
brand new hyde park designer green home on sale for r38m
the problem with installment sale agreements
property rezoning paves way for cape foreshore redevelopment
south african homes still getting smaller
five good reasons for homebuyers to love agents
great investment opportunities in pretoria’s northern suburbs
a r20 million discount
infographic: your one month guide to beating clutter
eaab's intern monitoring system almost 'unworkable'
new electric fence regulation set to be implemented
first national indaba on management of sa’s r800-billion gated estate sector
landlord rental income protection
sophisticated buyers snapping up luxury pads in vredehoek
the questions buyers should be asking themselves
stricter control over election of body corporate trustees
hazeldene estates draw security-conscious buyers
buying property in a digital world
equality in property becoming a reality
value for money in umhlanga’s high-end housing market
malema farm to be auctioned
new building regulations 'makes properties more expensive'
sellers cash in on soaring demand for luxury apartments on the atlantic seaboard
affordable country living at onverwacht estate
the best of small town living
how to handle financial distress
boost for property market in rising tourism numbers
eaab january 2014 deadline for estate agents to obtain ffcs is unrealistic
there is no doubt that sandton is a safe buy
re/max lifestyle estates comes out on top
small space solutions: pegboards saves the day
being self-employed means you’re high risk
residential property in kenya in demand
julius malema's unfinished sandown property on auction tomorrow
properties deliver real price growth for the first time in nine quarters
make sure the seller is the (real) owner
new ‘savannah mall” being developed in key growth area to the east of pretoria
cash is king in table view
own your own home in popular retirement village “kidbrooke place”
“oblivion” boasts futuristic home designed by the director
slash your home loan and save
rare beachfront plot for sale in misty cliffs
new phase of homes launched at well-established anahita resort in mauritius
south africa’s golf estate market has proven relatively resilient, says dr andrew golding, ce of the pam golding property group
market awaits higher growth, employment
more bonds being granted, but banks still strict
dream home essentials
check out their finances before buying property in sectional title schemes
brackenfell homes in demand
re/max ranked #1 in the us
ceo's home loan plundered
how to invest in today’s market
new strategic partnership is good news for johannesburg city centre renewal
berea home prices starting to lift
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