News Archive for March - 2014

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property pick - exclusivity in bryanston
the bathroom renovation checklist
plattekloof residents benefit from improved accessibility
coastal charm lures big budget holiday buyers back to picturesque pringle bay
sustained demand for city living in cape town
highlands north, where good value is found
property pick - magnificent villa in waterkloof ridge
home buyers: top 10 questions for your attorney
earth hour - unite for the planet
knysna property market on track
consumer protection act imposes extra inspection duties on the estate agent
property pick - designer glam in sandton
repo rate remains unchanged
save money with the right window treatment
bloemfontein - city of roses
grenada’s mount cinnamon offers citizenship by investment
changes to the national credit act not as drastic as some think
property pick - luxury living in nelspruit
value for money and accessibility draw buyers to kenwyn
the world’s largest ghost city
unapproved building plans could block property sale
mortgage bond defaulters causing banks to tighten loan criteria
property pick - enchanting cottage in tamboerskloof
google unveils new amsterdam office
homeowners: create floor plans easily
property presents investors with a simpler alternative
coastal residential market picking up
property pick - majestic beauty in betty’s bay
tranquil country living at its best in walkerville
city bowl - property proves valuable investment
magnificent manor house for sale in hemel-en-aarde estate
brackenfell residential sales riding a big wave
portugal provides excellent investment opportunities
refurbishments and upgrades enhance property values, reduce vacancies
property pick - lavish living in nelspruit
industry boosts delmas rental market
don’t get burned on bricks-and-mortar insurance
homebuyers much more careful now about council charges
sellers: should you accept this offer?
property pick - tranquility in fish hoek
re/max opens its doors in vanderbijlpark
professionals grab bulk of new property investment class
standard property leases can be adjusted
the abc of certificates of compliance
overpricing residential property is a tactic that can backfire on the seller
property pick - penthouse in sandhurst
buying property in amanzimtoti
security and lifestyle drive demand for tokai estates
property prices continue to grow
buy-to-let investors on board in port elizabeth
property pick - splendid views in vredehoek
sir lowry’s pass offers sought after country homes
can't get a home loan? then rent-to-buy!
it’s back-to-basics time for homebuyers
rental property market lively in pretoria east
polokwane property market takes off
property pick - ultra modern home in blair atholl estate
strong demand and good price growth for affordable homes in welgevonden estate, stellenbosch
sandton office boom – an ongoing dilemma for local homeowners
residential property market update in durban, durban north & la lucia
overcrowding of rented properties becoming major problem
property pick - timeless beauty in stellenbosch
15 containers turned designer homes
bishopscourt top-end property back in demand
new development on laaiplek waterfront
be sure to tick all the boxes when finding an ideal buy-to-let property
property pick - contemporary beauty in midrand
area trend report – simon’s town
how to ensure a value-for-money purchase
sales spike follows rate rise
development drives huge housing demand in umhlanga
property pick - modern chic in centurion
opportunity for caribbean citizenship in grenada
buyers will pay more for ‘green’ homes
e-tolls make a quick impact on midrand property market
more demand, more bonds and the market keeps on growing
property pick - luxurious living in kingswood golf estate
young couples drive demand in langeberg ridge
buying a home in an established neighbourhood
property leases - always better in writing
how much home can i afford?
lower-income properties in high demand
property pick - striking design in lanseria
spike in rental demand in hout bay and llandudno as tenants discover the lifestyle allure
green building south africa - 50 buildings certified
google capital - $50 million into real estate
property on thesen islands set for continued growth
property pick - breathtaking beauty in camps bay
glenwood, berea - a gem in durban
landlords: mistakes often made when renting out a property
it is essential to know the extra costs involved in purchasing a home
fourways is fabulous for families
property pick - designer glam in silver lakes golf estate
today’s top renovation trends
don’t let tenants tangle your sale
‘the zen’ mixed-use development – adding a new dimension to umhlanga newtown living
price like you mean it
property pick - chic living in seaside longships
a wave of offers floods into sea point
thinking of selling? now might be the right time
schools, accessibility drive paradyskloof sales
busy summer for south peninsula agents
property pick - equestrian lifestyle in doornhoek
what makes for a sound property investment?
dealing with delinquent tenants
protection skewed when it comes to property
what you need to know before buying a property
re/max celebrates success
Latest Property News
  • 25 Oct 2016
    A contemporary 6 bedroom cluster set in a secure estate in the sought-after Lonehill, Sandton is our Property Pick of the day!
  • 25 Oct 2016
    For a homeowner who has reached retirement age and is looking to purchase a retirement home, there are several aspects to consider, says Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa.
  • 25 Oct 2016
    An exclusive new address will soon rise in Cape Town’s fast growing East City District, and units are fast being snapped up by investors in the buy-to-let market.
  • 25 Oct 2016
    As the end of the year approaches, it is often a time for tenants to be on the lookout for a new property to rent. While finding the right home at the right price is usually the main consideration, equally important is to make sure both tenants and landlords understand the insurance implications involved, and who is responsible for what.
  • 24 Oct 2016
    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.
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