News Archive for July - 2013

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hot tips for a cool pool in summer
solid value boosts sandbaai property market
originators’ clients are way ahead on home loans
the five compliance certificates
property pick - unmatched elegance in centurion
homeowners assume control at pinnacle point
budget friendly home upgrades
property subsidy scheme for first-time buyers shows little promise
buy-to-let properties still right for the less experienced investor
property pick - contemporary delight in midstream estate, midrand
caution and investigation can almost eliminate buyer's remorse
heritage homes still popular in pristine swellendam
property pick - luxury in green point, cape town
construction underway at new heideveld development
coastal house prices up
big gap in housing market needs to be addressed
sky city: work halted on world’s tallest building
cape town’s breathtaking villa
sa trade focus on emerging economies boosts sandton homes market
game farming playing an increasing role in south africa’s farming sector
free wi-fi in cape town’s cbd
langebaan now showing excellent long term investment potential
what’s meant by the term “suspensive conditions” on property sales?
over half the units sold in first phase in le parc de mont choisy, mauritius
property owners should get to grips with tenants
expats investing in prime garden route properties
international property expert returns to sa
there’s profit in taking ‘green’ action
microsoft announces new smart home os
jhi properties focuses on positive growth potential in commercial property market
re/max expands into swaziland
stable interest rate welcomed as property market gains momentum
watch out for dodgy landlords
great demand for 100% home loans, but banks resist
draw up a new budget for new home
new confidence boosts pretoria east property market
carefree country lifestyle, magnificent views at boschenmeer
location and views drive healthy demand in woodstock
june results show ongoing property buyer and lender confidence
new residential homes launched in parklands north
serengeti house - african dream
dr andrew golding, ce of pam golding property group, comments on repo rate and the property market
near-retirees dominate q2 house sales - fnb
home ownership in south africa steadily increasing - but too few potential buyers qualify for bonds
benchmark project to provide affordable workforce housing
re/max june results buck the market trend
small property price increases outstrip other categories
renprop launches manhattan apartment development in sunninghill
with demand for residential property improving in south africa, sellers need to improve their strategies
what is the name again?
maintaining a winter garden
buying a home should be a top financial priority for south africans
sustained demand at welgevonden estate
more and more sellers are pricing right
kitchen countertops - which is the best?
value and safety in the south peninsula
municipal rates; often an unexpectedly large expense when buying property
do and don’ts of buying a renovator’s dream
new property owners may get saddled with outstanding municipal debts
quick uptake now of affordable units in gauteng
house prices up but growth slowing
southdowns’ final phase shaping up
planning your move
shortage of rental properties on atlantic seaboard
recently renovated student accommodation offers excellent returns
what happens if there's an interdict on a property for sale?
what happens once your bond is approved
re/max suburb trend report – berea west, kwazulu-natal
johannesburg residents receive bills via sms
renprop commercial selling office park in broadacres
wellington property market starting to pick up
home sellers engaged in one-off transactions are not subject to the consumer protection act
just three plots left at “brandwacht aan rivier”
the unique wants of the younger generation
south africa ranks third in global price survey
a bishopscourt mansion - luxury at your fingertips
rental maintenance - who is responsible?
new electric fence rules for sa: how you are affected
on-going price rises in table view
pam golding properties pretoria region launches exclusive property opportunity forum
sectional title - it’s important to know the rules
re/max suburb trend report – faerie glen
king williams town property market on the rise
escalation of green star sa ratings in month of june
local authorities' rulings give objectors infinite scope to delay and often do away with worthwhile property developments
greenest municipality winners announced
take heed of tenants’ legal protection
silwersteen security estate in tokai ticks all the boxes for upper-income buyers
re/max suburb trend report – phalaborwa
listed property is a good bet, even in volatile times
integrated lifestyle suburbs set to become new property hotspots for johannesburg buyers
fnb house price index increases
increasing price stabilisation in less expensive constantia properties
everyday resort-style living is luring more local and foreign buyers to camps bay
how today’s interest rate affects the market
huge demand for apartments in cape town city bowl and central city
renting? read here about energy usage
blue chip international company leases space for head office in cape town
factors that can influence a property’s value
auction alliance wins legal challenge on estate agency inspections
south african investors looking to buy offshore property
Latest Property News
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    Set on 3.5 acres of sprawling gardens this palatial home in the popular Kyalami, Midrand offers the ultimate in luxurious living.
  • 24 Oct 2016
    The suburb of Wynberg was originally farming land belonging to one of the freeburgers that supplied the Dutch East India Company. In 1682 the land was sold to Herman Weeckens, who named the farm De Oude Wijnbergh. With the Cape’s seas growing far rougher during the winter months, ships would lay anchor at Simon’s Baai, which would later be called Simon’s Town. Sailors would then travel via wagon route from Simon’s Town to Cape Town, passing through De Oude Wijnbergh estate.
  • 24 Oct 2016
    Despite our volatile political landscape and the uncertainty of the Rand, investors are still present and keen to buy property. “Investors are seeing the value in placing their money in bricks and mortar in areas with a rising market, which may be seen as a more stable investment than putting money offshore or into other asset classes,” says Harold Kolnik of Jawitz Properties South Peninsula.
  • 24 Oct 2016
    Mixed use developments are no longer an emergent trend in Cape Town; they have become a firmly established feature of the city’s architectural landscape, especially in the CBD where two more developments are already in the planning stage and five new proposals are currently on the drawing board.
  • 22 Oct 2016
    Century 21 South Africa has announced that 2 new sales offices will be opening in and around the Cape Town metro in the next month, one being the City Bowl office and the other being the Blouberg office.
  • 21 Oct 2016
    An exclusive dream home situated in the popular Krugersdorp suburb of Chancliff A H is our Property Pick with its high-end finishes and luxury design aesthetic.
  • 21 Oct 2016
    For many home owners retirement signifies the need to downscale to a smaller apartment or townhouse.
  • 21 Oct 2016
    An ever-increasing population in the Hermanus and surrounding Overberg areas and high demand for quality medical facilities has prompted Annenberg Property Group to develop a multi-disciplinary, state-of-the art medical centre in Hermanus which will be known as Hermanus Medical Village.
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