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News Archive for April - 2016

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low levies in a sectional title scheme aren't always a good thing
property pick - beauty in gordon’s bay
cape town’s mowbray and rosebank enjoy unprecedented demand
financial fitness is important for sellers
take the property plunge and start building equity
can you run a business from a sectional title home?
property pick - beauty in hartbeespoort
understand your managing agent’s role to ensure a smooth sectional title scheme
global insight: mainstream markets outperform prime in sydney and melbourne
could virtual reality change the real estate sector?
mall of africa – a feast for the eyes, hearts and bellies!
what buyers are looking for
property pick - designer glam in camps bay
mona lisa’s home up for sale
good property management is vital for sectional title schemes
protecting your rights as a tenant
keeping your home flu free in the colder months
property pick - thatched beauty in randburg
broadacres leads the new, denser residential wave
east, west, home truths are still best
tips on investing in your first property
always keep up with bond repayments - even when times get tough
property pick - architectural beauty in centurion
demand for estate homes in cape town’s southern suburbs remains strong
pretoria east - a popular choice for young professionals and young families
earth day - carbon neutral browsing
sectional title owners must obey rules when renovating or altering units
property pick - modern masterpiece in sandton
the 7 essential questions to ask before appointing your property manager
residential property in demand at benguela cove lagoon wine estate
how your credit score affects your chance of getting a home loan
hot tax tips for rental property owners
property pick - exclusivity in durbanville
thinking of renting out your property? considerations in today’s economy
port elizabeth - make yourself at home in the windy city
saving for your dream home in a tough financial environment
seller advice: five top draw cards for millennial buyers
home loans: stay calm and do the paperwork
property pick - architectural beauty in ballito
insuring for foot traffic through your home
new development at eye of africa drives sales
dainfern one of johannesburg’s most desirable estates
ooba - moderation in property price growth and lower home loan approval rates
property pick - designer beauty in pretoria
rental advice: how does 'huur gat voor koop' work?
rondebosch property update: figures show prices well over cape town average
investing in a hotel apartment takes luxury to a new level
educate yourself about investing first before you buy!
avoid first-time buyer mistakes
property pick - timeless elegance in cape town
val de vie launches office block
new signature sibaya set to become south africa’s new ‘best address’ for home owners
weighing up the costs: living in the city versus outlying suburbs
is it too late to invest in buy-to-let properties?
property pick - modern beauty in randburg
global insight: new zealand property market
mall of africa to open later this month
sandton is an epicentre for green building in africa
debunking home selling misconceptions
questions to ask yourself about your property’s perimeter
property pick - stunner in stellenbosch
collection of outstanding levies - step by step breakdown
what to do after a home burglary
off-plan homes: the pros and cons
expats returning home – visas, buying property and potential pitfalls
property pick - modern marvel in centurion
fwjk sells out obs court in three weeks
window opening now for serious property investors
the lion that ruled the braamfontein streets
canadian-south african property highway is a busy two-way street
investment report assesses the economic climate of the cape town cbd
property pick - designer glam in sandton
a solid foundation for springs mall
property barometer - first time buying slowing
should you contest a municipal property valuation?
record sales confirm steyn city as the undisputed market leader
re/max of southern africa appoints coo
property pick - ultimate lifestyle in knysna
theft during an open house not covered by most insurers
budget 2016 and property: who’s taking the hit?
the most expensive streets in south africa
new r403 million prime pretoria commercial property
property pick - magnificence in bloemfontein
architecture inspiration: earthy eco-friendly house mouton
city of cape town urges homeowners to apply for a free home-composting container
make sure you make the right choice when it comes to real estate agents
modern city living puts the squeeze on furry family members
property pick - contemporary beauty in salt rock
outdoor recreational facilities have growing impact on urban property values
selling a home when you have pets
the zone@rosebank is home to the largest living wall in africa
better price and leasing flexibility driving change in commercial property sector
property pick - modern masterpiece in cape town
yours for r423 million: an entire english village
landlords: dealing with tenants and utilities
dynamic green point village grows in popularity in buoyant market
market slow-down but definitely ‘not out’
property pick - luxury living in sandton
sasol’s new headquarters in sandton is due to be completed later this year.
upper woodstock trending and homes are in demand
showing houses safely: quick tips for sellers
sectional title security: how to get everyone on board
property pick - tranquility in centurion
buyers flock to gansbaai to snap up beach houses
getting the best out of your home loans in difficult times means examining all options
is sectional title the right choice for you?
multi-stakeholder group working together to sort out problems in the property industry
Latest Property News
  • 22 Jan 2018
    Moving away from the city to a country or coastal town and a slower-paced life is a frequent new-year resolution for South Africans, but thorough research should be done before you break free from the hustle and bustle, because making the wrong move could turn out to be a very expensive mistake, and even more stressful for you and your family than staying in the “big smoke”.
  • 22 Jan 2018
    Cape Town is home to many breathtaking and historic homes, but House Invermark designed in 1969 by South African architect Gilbert Colyn, with inspiration from two modernist icons: the Glass House by Phillip Johnson and Farnsworth House by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is in a class of its own.
  • 22 Jan 2018
    2017 was a challenging year for the South African property market in general, despite small pockets of thriving activity in areas like the Western Cape. As we head into 2018, Tony Clarke, Managing Director of the Rawson Property Group, casts his eye forward to property trends and market influences that could make their impact felt in the New Year.
  • 19 Jan 2018
    Extending from Randfontein in the west to Roodepoort in the east and including the towns of Krugersdorp and Magaliesburg, the West Rand has a plethora of property available to residents who choose to make this unique area their home.
  • 19 Jan 2018
    When it comes to financial planning, doing the work to ensure you’re prepared for unexpected emergencies is just as important as ticking off your other goals and New Year’s resolutions. The beginning of the year is also the perfect time to review your various insurance policies.
  • 19 Jan 2018
    No surprises at the first Monetary Policy Committee of 2018, as Reserve Bank Governor, Lesetja Kganyago, announced that the interest rates would stay at their current levels.
  • 18 Jan 2018
    The Southern Suburbs make up some of the most popular residential areas in Cape Town, comprising charming groups of suburbs which lie to the south-east of the slopes of Table Mountain. It is seen as the city's most expensive residential neighbourhoods with a choice of various private schools, upmarket eateries, wine estates, beautiful homes and trendy apartments.
  • 18 Jan 2018
    New year, new goals! If you’ve resolved to purchase your first property in 2018, then this 6-step guide from the Rawson Property Group is a must-read. It will help you navigate and simplify what is often be seen as a confusing process of buying your first home – right from the house-hunt to the house-warming.
    
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