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News Archive for September - 2013

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sweet valley hits the sweet spot
new “rockridge” development now selling in umhlanga ridgeside
pam golding properties nearly doubles winter sales on western seaboard
property pick - family living in bluewater bay
centurion east property value appreciation keeping ahead of the national average
4 places to visit in bloemfontein
3 top restaurants in port elizabeth
give your home that million-plus polish
private island or flat in london?
ensure that your biggest investment is your best investment
sectional title office investments in the heart of bryanston
property pick - architectural masterpiece in midrand
home buyers and builders need a vat break
going green in the home
the impact of technology on real estate
eco estate living in sedgefield
property pick - stylish family home in ruimsig
stellenbosch ‘big picture’ is one of growth
high net-worth buyers spare no expense for luxury
pam golding properties’ 3rd annual garden show in aid of east london charities
the tenant is staying. where to from here?
melkbosstrand: paradise within view of cape town
property pick - endless possibilities in bryanston east
home ownership increasingly proving to be a stabilising and social force
property pick - finding paradise in knysna
strong demand from family buyers in kenridge, durbanville hills
humansdorp market is humming
world’s richest woman lists her property
property pick - beauty in featherbrooke estate
international news: top prices in germany’s prime locations remain high – luxury market grows in breadth
3 things to do in jeffrey’s bay
5 top tips for decluttering your home office
relocation tips
property buyers, owners need to make the most of low rates
entire indian village relocates so nature can move in
broad demand for newlands property
property pick - modern luxury in glen marais
myproperty’s most read articles for august 2013
housing market remains value and sentiment driven
looking at the online new zealand property market - should south african estate agents worry?
jeffrey’s bay - wind farm underway
the garden route - south africa's coastal playground
investors, entrants target pretoria stack units
property pick - bliss in hoedspruit
resurgence in vaal dam’s leisure market, particularly vacant stands
south africa increasingly a destination of choice for home buyers from africa and abroad
how the colour of your room affects your mood
keep a cool head in the heat of a multiple-offer battle
property pick - contemporary bliss in plettenberg bay
know the costs before you buy-to-let
students and investors drive demand for southern suburbs sectional title apartments
green homes - what you need to know
value for money and sound rental returns see high demand for homes in bellville
growing green
spring clean and get ready to sell
property pick - designer chic in witbank
sapphire coast offers sharp investments
get properties checked properly
understanding real estate sales commission
property around: the university of the free state
don’t delay, upgrade today
property pick - splendour in herold’s bay
big bucks back in bedfordview
how to make your own wall stencil.
staging tips to help sell a home
thatched roofing, is this for you?
first-time buyers back in force
nothing slow about sedgefield market
re/max suburb trend report – milnerton, western cape
property pick - extravagance in waterkloof ridge
good pre-qualification - the way to obtaining home mortgage finance
tweaks to save money on the household internet bill
pam golding properties encourages home owners to participate in popular verge competition
buy the house you love
sandton city - celebrating 40 years
housing market in the healthiest position since the economic downturn
property pick - opulence in boschenmeer
sustained improvement in residential property market conditions
myproperty launches live traffic info on property listings
the role technology is playing in our homes
valuable advice for first-time home buyers
winterton highlights the attractions of the kzn midlands
property pick - decadence in zwavelkloof
re/max elite hits a 1000
diy versus contractors
positive activity in kuilsriver property market
buyers: bank valuers are not home inspectors
property pick - thatched beauty in bryanston
property around: the university of cape town
pitch your property to the right audience
a look inside: cameron diaz’s new york apartment
young professionals drive demand at tygervalley waterfront
property pick - family living in tzaneen
developers get busy again in belfast
mandela’s head on table mountain?
bettergroup announces name change
paint and refresh before moving in
property pick - live the holiday in southbroom
cabinet approves credit amnesty
trophy home sales surge as super-luxury market catches fire
what’s on at the v&a waterfront?
what you need to know about capital gains tax
don’t wait to buy in a sellers’ market
property pick - luxurious city life in bedford gardens
rental stock in short supply in atlantic seaboard and city bowl suburbs
pgp secures r34.5 million for top bantry bay apartment
what i have learned about moving
steady sales at arabella country estate
property pick - indulgence in clifton
re/max suburb trend report – plettenberg bay, western cape
douglasdale a residential property ‘hotspot’
getting your home ready to put on the market
hillcrest favoured by durban commuters
property pick - dream home in betty's bay
gated estate interests of sa and rest of sub-sahara are converging
property around: university of johannesburg
a spring garden fit for a townhouse
make sure you keep the rent current
property pick - rare beauty in zwaanswyk
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