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News Archive for June - 2013

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re/max suburb trend report – franschhoek
nxesi shares his woes with property sector
6 practical steps to an easier home purchase
student accommodation in stellenbosch now a profitable investment
house hunting made easy
steep rate hike for properties in tshwane
high level of impaired credit records - the number one challenge facing bond originators
making a difference to those with epilepsy
the real value of real estate
insurance of sectional title units
sa listed property sector declined by just over 5%
re/max suburb trend report – umhlanga ridge
what to know when renting out your property
turnaround in east london’s residential property market
the world’s tallest building, inside out
two sa residential estate managers achieve world’s top qualification
another interest rate drop would be welcomed by the sa property sector
'keep moveable transactions separate from property purchase'
mind the gap
landlords demand larger deposits
sales activity picking up at st francis links
show houses still an effective property marketing tool
houghton could be sa’s most cosmopolitan top end suburb
young buyers drive demand in lower claremont
thinking of a home upgrade? read this first!
if buying property from a non-resident, sars wants its share
a walk in the woods
why buy a house when you can buy a mountain?
financing your first home
centurion cbd to get a make-over
'cover clause' on mortgage bond explained
supply shortage pushes demand in secunda
ex-bok coach's property fetches top price
sectional property owners 'must take active interest in their schemes'
what constitutes a successful precinct?
'unjust' penalties often paid for bond cancellations within 3 month period
the bluff in durban offers home buyers sound value for money
low stock drives higher rents
technology remains an important focal point for real estate
non-paying tenants a problem. says property rental manager
gearing can increase property investors' returns
it is almost always better to buy than rent
sa gated estate management goes globally professional
safe and sound
'landlord's market' as demand for rental properties exceeds supply
the property market: not flying but neither is it flat
upcountry buyers and weekenders drawn to greyton
moving home 101
renewed foreign interest in cape town property
future looks bright for london’s buy-to-let property investors
realcor hotel's r50m tag dashes dreams
r100bn plan to turn johannesburg into african new york
slow but steady recovery in george residential property now evident
rent steven spielberg’s malibu home
holidaymakers seeking leisure rental property still turn to coastal locations
k60 road plan divides joburg north residents
julius malema’s farm fetches r2.5-million on auction
billy joel pockets $13.75 million for miami beach home
is your asking price market related?
provisions of a property lease agreement
help re/max foundation to share some warmth this winter
saving energy this winter
what's behind property's recent poor performance?
record sale for clifton property
shine a light on your home’s best features
auction alliance in court over failed property transaction
enchanting kzn midlands region attracting a broader cross section of buyers
problems for a sectional title owner who has arrear levies
enjoy big five viewing from your own private lodge
paarl named “town of the year” for western cape
optimism from pgp at positive cape sales trends
converting share block schemes to sectional title good for property owners
re/max suburb trend report – alberton
may house price growth shows further acceleration
sellers should think like buyers
the legal ins and outs of property purchases
new construction 'poses threat to property prices'
environmental affairs office get a 6 star green star sa rating
donald trump finally sells palm beach mansion
buyers snap up “last chance” value properties at robyndale
weak rand unlikely to lure foreign property buyers - fnb
sapoa’s new method for measuring floor areas garners support
re/max suburb trend report – edenvale
the choice is yours
durban residential property market experiencing renewed interest
bedfordview: where the old fits in seamlessly with the new
serious implications for sectional title property owners who don't pay levies
landmark grocott’s mail building in grahamstown sold through pam golding properties
architecture for the people by the people
demand for lifestyle homes is increasing
“sky city” to finally become world’s tallest building
opportunities for investors as saldanha idz nears approval
durban 'most expensive city' after rates increase
what you need to know when renting out your property
new luxury villas on offer for south african buyers
historic robertson on display
high court rules for fnb on saambou home loans
Latest Property News
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    Asrin Property Developers’ luxury apartment development in Tokai is sure to sell out quickly because of its central location and very competitive pricing, says Asrin’s marketing executive Rehana Moosa.
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    When an annual general meeting (AGM) or special general meeting (SGM) is held in a sectional title scheme, there are certain guidelines that must be followed in order to meet the criteria as set out in the Sectional Title Schemes Management Act, which differ from the way the quorum was calculated in the past
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  • 22 May 2017
    There are some features of a home that might not be left behind and are not permanent fittings or fixtures, so it is best to ask for a list of items that remain or mention items of interest before signing the Offer to Purchase
    
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