News Archive for October - 2016

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property pick - luxury family living in bloemfontein
where in the world can you live?
premium prices paid for v&a waterfront properties
tips for packing and moving quickly
7000 jobs created during r1.5 billion ocean dune and pebble beach - sibaya builds
resilience prevails across various sectors of the property auction market
some southern suburbs in cape town nodes still offer great value and lifestyle
check your mortgage rate before you buy to let
how do you know it is time to sell your property?
level 3 water restrictions for cape town
property pick - modern beauty in stellenbosch
glittering umhlanga shapes up as the ‘dubai of sa’
port elizabeth’ growth expected to boost multi-millionaire buying
sandton’s sectional title market subdued by over-supply
special levy provision under the new sectional title schemes management act
property pick - contemporary masterpiece in krugersdorp
how to pick a good time to sell
sign boards still have a place in today’s market
rental properties few and far between for pet-lovers in sa
three tricky situations landlords can avoid
property pick - contemporary living in sandton
purchasing a retirement home?
exquisite development on the cards for cape town’s popular east city district
tenants vs. landlords – who covers what?
property pick - classic opulence in midrand
wynberg - history in the making
making the best choice when it comes to selling your property
mixed-use development is changing cape town’s city landscape
century 21 properties expansion in western cape
property pick - exclusivity in krugersdorp
make the right choice for retirement living
new state-of-the-art hermanus medical village developed to cater for community demand
are you adequately insured for when freak climate hits?
rental yields start to rise as the residential market slows
property pick - country chic in somerset west
explore south africa: castles and fortifications
le boulevard residential development underline the high desirability of umhlanga
common pitfalls when valuing property
property pick - stunner in tamboerskloof
making your property work for you
paarl raises the bar for luxury home prices
ooba - slowing property price growth under more constrained home loan lending conditions
property pick - exclusive living in the heart of parkhurst
pros and cons of buying vacant land
global real estate report reveals new cities in which to invest
consumers’ property needs are evolving
the stsm act: what you need to know right now
five signs that it might be time to upgrade your property
buccleuch’s residential market galvanised by recent development
renting your home - the pros and cons
is property a true asset?
new infinité sectional title development in bedfordview rapidly selling out
community schemes ombud service good news for sectional title schemes
selling your property without approved building plans
is signing a sole mandate the right choice?
step by step guide to community schemes' new management requirements
lakeside is no longer the wall flower of cape town’s south peninsula
new levy structure according to the stsma
keep your home – and become an investor
property pick - contemporary class in pretoria
the home owner’s essential guide to a ensuring a quick sale at the right price
highlight your home’s finest features
proposed new private hospital for parys will boost demand for homes
new laws for community housing schemes now in effect
africa’s first green village, blue rock village launches phase one
sovereign sands - the best kept secret on the north coast
make sure you deal with the real property owner
traditional homes in mid-market jhb increasingly scarce but there are opportunities for savvy investors
why using an agent is better than selling solo
more homes are needed as urban populations boom in cities
sales worth r1 billion predicted for hout bay property market this year
home renovations that make you money
home buyers: a few hurdles before closing the deal
five ways to maximise your credit rating
buyers snap up luxury upper city apartments
secure estate living beckons on the dolphin coast
buyers should check plans in sectional title schemes before signing
what does your new home sound like?
10 things you should not say to a buyer
five ways to save for a mortgage deposit
Latest Property News
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    We all wish we could have the cheat sheet for selling a property – a simple Ctrl+Shift+C code that will magically secure an offer on your home in an instant. Though it is not possible to provide you with this cheat code (sadly, reality does not come with such perks), it is possible to provide you with a list of the most common blunders some of your neighbours have committed in their efforts to sell their homes
  • 19 Mar 2018
    Although property technology is now widely accepted as an established trend, especially in the international real estate arena, the industry has been cautious to advance and smaller markets like South Africa are still hesitantly dipping their toes in the water.
  • 16 Mar 2018
    Strange as it may seem, there is a stock shortage looming now in the luxury sector of the Johannesburg property market, because astute buyers have for the past few months been hurrying to snap up high-end homes being offered at excellent prices.
  • 16 Mar 2018
    No one likes having to claim but having insurance for your household contents is vital, and at the start of a new financial year, homeowners either applying for new household insurance or revising their existing insurance should take a comprehensive inventory of their possessions and keep track of the total value.
  • 15 Mar 2018
    First-time buyers typically need to save for at least three years to afford the deposit on a home, and the VAT and fuel price increases announced in this year’s budget are going to make it even more difficult for them to reach that goal.
  • 15 Mar 2018
    Sea Point shows how developers use these organisations to advance their own interests
  • 15 Mar 2018
    As the rand strengthens against other major currencies, the prospect of investing in properties abroad is an increasingly appealing option for South African investors. Several factors, local and international, are sending a clear message: now is the time.
  • 14 Mar 2018
    Selling a property is never easy. Subtle details – from mismatched scatter cushions, to an unswept kitchen – can spell the difference between a potential buyer making an offer, or scratching your property off their list altogether. As much as you would love to be around to hear the passing comments as buyers amble through your abode, by choosing to remain at home during a showing, you set yourself at risk of becoming exactly that “subtle detail” that gets in the way of an offer.
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