News Archive for March - 2016

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property pick - timeless elegance in durbanville
landlords: what you need to know about renting to foreigners
know the risks in signing as surety
check that your homeowners’ insurance is adequate
tips to keep up with your bond repayments in difficult times
property pick - french flair in witbank
instagram favourites: architecture
new homes in parklands north offer great value
landlords beware – skimping on maintenance is never a saving
hot zones for property buyers in gauteng
property pick - dream home in sandton
the importance of value for money
nettleton ridge, clifton consists of just four luxury homes
new benchmark set by fully sold out oceandune - sibaya as sales top the r900 million mark
good governance and management essential in sectional titles
sectional titles - set the levy budget correctly
should i fix my interest rate?
property pick - exclusivity in pretoria
your golden autumn garden
security is a top priority for property buyers
bantry bay land claim to become biggest atlantic seaboard residential development
sectional title: check voting rights of attendees at the agm
property pick - breathtaking beauty in roodepoort
has the property cycle peaked?
constantia upper demonstrates market durability
electricity saving devices becoming more of a necessity in sectional title schemes than ever before
how to reduce the interest on your home loan
property pick - stunner in hartbeespoort
pointers on growing a prime property portfolio
ooba’s february statistics signify house price growth dipping to below the inflation rate
river club – the secret garden of the north that delivers return on investment
world water day - tips on saving in and around the house
how to take the ‘scary’ out of property auctions
how is property pricing determined?
new property valuation roll released for cape town
property pick - luxury living in pretoria
preparing for any home emergency
banking on the barkly in sea point
further hike in interest rate not supportive of housing demand
property pick - stylish home in bloemfontein
rate increases by 25 basis points
holiday rental agents are bound by the same ethics and operation requirements as long term rental agents
failing to prepare is preparing to fail
new luxury development for wynberg, cape town
are your outbuildings covered in your insurance policy?
property pick - contemporary beauty in centurion
rate increases fail to dent housing demand
steenberg’s success can be attributed to the careful thought and planning in initial stages
r800 million ocean club-zimbali gets the green light
ieasa western cape urges agents to help clients submit flisp applications
property pick - stylish living in somerset west
rand decline boosts appeal of sa’s high-end rental properties
lynfrae no longer the poor claremont relation
considerations first-time buyers should make
vendor beware: capital gains tax on instalment sales
green elements reduce cost and increase value
vukile, arrowhead and synergy set to create new high-yielding, high-growth listed property fund
hurlingham manor: value for money and family values
bakoven - the atlantic seaboard’s best kept secret is out the box
over-capitalisation risk now at its highest
security drives homebuyers in helderberg
value of small properties goes down
property pick - contemporary design in pretoria
water-wise upgrades could add value to your home
upper sea point – the jewel in the historic crown
tax season: homeowner tax deductions
5 to 6 percent house price growth – fact or fiction?
property pick - designer beauty in sandton
trouble-free rentals: tips for tenants
property performance powers ahead
plan for homeownership success
rates: to pay or not to pay?
property pick - historical charm in cape town
whose responsibility is the care of valuables in a home when it is on show?
big bay - a thriving hub for property buyers
non-resident sellers must be on top of tax requirements
home buyers expect better lives
what not to say when house-hunting
home sellers: your buyers are online
property pick - glamour in somerset west
exclusive designer estate for plettenberg bay’s golden mile
here’s why you may not want a 100% home loan
atholl residential market continues to hold its own
sectional title owners need to take alterations seriously
property pick - luxury in witbank
durban north’s rock solid property market instils confidence in home buyers
make your home in roodepoort
new industrial development for benoni
buyers and sellers protect yourselves from historic debt
eskom’s 9.4% tariff increase approved
park lane west - new sectional title offices in menlyn maine
before you renovate your kitchen, plan it to the last detail
end of financial year means agm time for sectional title schemes
Latest Property News
  • 20 Oct 2017
    In September, the FNB House Price Index showed a further mild acceleration in year on year growth compared with revised August growth.
  • 20 Oct 2017
    Stock shortages of increasingly scarce and sought-after older houses priced under R12 million and apartments under R10m are being experienced in Camps Bay.
  • 20 Oct 2017
    In difficult economic times, many landlords rely on the rental income their tenants bring in – but what happens if that tenant suddenly decides to move out?
  • 19 Oct 2017
    National property developer FWJK Developments have been appointed by current joint owners, Redefine Properties and Zenprop Property Holdings, to redevelop the existing 22 000m² office block at the corner of Fredman Drive and West street.
  • 19 Oct 2017
    Traditionally a property could be rented out for any period, but most landlords would opt for a six months lease agreement or longer with a potential tenant, also referred to as long term rentals.
  • 19 Oct 2017
    “Maintaining your property is one of the key aspects for an owner renting out their property to keep the landlord-tenant relationship in good standing. In my experience one of the biggest causes of a breakdown in landlord-tenant relationships is where there is a lack of maintenance or repair,” says Sunell Afrika, rentals manager for property company
  • 18 Oct 2017
    Homes in community housing schemes such as estates and cluster home complexes are generally sold at a premium, so buyers in these schemes are often confused and annoyed to find that they don’t have much “freedom of choice” when it comes to the exterior appearance of their properties.
  • 18 Oct 2017
    South Africa’s residential sector is embracing green, with new builds and existing stock the focus of a domestic market with already the highest percentage of green building projects currently underway.
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