News Archive for May - 2017

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levy clearance certificates and arrear levy amounts – what happens when a unit is sold?
tools to assit you during the home buying process
how to find your ‘diamond in the dust’
body corporate loans boost home values in sectional title schemes
unrealistic seller expectations contribute to declining sales in johannesburg
sectional title advice: how to protect body corporate funds
mouille point - the fairy tale success of the atlantic seaboard
don’t panic if your landlord goes broke
demystifying the rates clearance process
unprecedented demand for apartments in new coral point development in sibaya precinct
permission required before you build
rental deposit rules demystified
safety during open houses
rates decision - property experts comments
reduction in repo rate would have helped boost economy
what makes a contract valid?
house hunting: pretoria
the number of cash and mortgage transactions converging
clearance certificates: sellers no longer held ransom for future municipal debts
asrin's royale on main development set to sell out
art deco commercial building sold in heart of cape town to undergo refurbishment
the landlord’s guide to finding a great property manager
quorum requirements according to the stsma
essential questions for buyers to ask their estate agents
bryanston’s growing sectional title sector driving the suburb’s market
are you covered for winter?
fittings and fixtures: what buyers should ask
italy is ‘giving away’ historic buildings for free
midrand residential property market continues to boil
location rules – why your neighbourhood is as important as your house
old versus new? what is the best?
top property and design trends for sa in 2017
trendy killarney apartment living more popular than ever
costs to consider when investing in property
tame your garage clutter before the winter
love your neighbourhood: parks to explore
residential survey reveals cape town's central city mix
get approval before building
sellers, budget for advance municipal rates payments
top safety tips for home viewing and show days
insure your own belongings, even if you are renting
the type of mandate given to an agent could impact the marketability of a home
understanding affordable real estate opportunities - spotlight on the western cape
buyers and sellers: the benefits of working with a professional real estate agent
voting procedures at sectional title meetings changed
asrin launch cedar place development in grassy park
strong residential rental demand in rosebank continues unabated
smaller properties yield great investments
what constitutes a breach of contract when it comes to property purchases?
africa’s first residential development to receive edge final certification
simbithi eco estate - an acre of paradise
making your patio a space for all seasons
western cape strongest of major regions, despite house price growth tapering
sectional title fuels market in exclusive atlantic seaboard suburbs
in uncertain times property remains a real, tangible asset
how to make a successful move to the country
sellers - how to determine an asking price
understanding the role of the rental housing tribunal
growing interest in tourism and accommodation establishments in the karoo
property price growth slows as economy waivers
bodies corporate to establish separate bank accounts for reserve and administration funds
features that sell homes - and those that keep them sitting on the market
president donald trump lists caribbean mansion
landlords need help to avoid an ‘iceberg’ of consumer debt
mercedes-benz debuts home energy storage units
here's what you need to know about compliance certificates
advice to home owners: getting to grips with interest rates
rental shortage offers opportunities in uitenhage
dealing with damage at a rental property
how servitude impacts property values
boom time for commercial winelands
how to deal with improvements in sectional title schemes
cape town’s fdi strategy good news for property investors
house hunting - luxury properties in south africa
don’t overload your home loan
property investment opportunities for those who can identify value and mitigate risk
origins, new cluster development at eye of africa, will have you breathless
top 3 advantages of renting in a sectional title complex
property question: should i buy or rent?
national housing report - first quarter
is switching your homeloan worthwhile?
buyers love roodepoort’s property landscape
if you own fixed property you need a will
Latest Property News
  • 06 Dec 2017
    Homes situated within residential estates have become a more and more popular option across South Africa. There are, however, some emergency situations when heavily guarded access points to these communities can be more of a hindrance than a help.
  • 06 Dec 2017
    The average year-on-year house price growth for this year was likely to be slower than last year, despite year-on-year house price growth accelerating mildly in recent months.
  • 05 Dec 2017
    Located in dynamic and scenic Kenilworth is The Wentworth, a new development exclusively marketed by Greeff Properties.
  • 05 Dec 2017
    Today's rental market is a competitive place, so when you find the perfect spot it can be tempting to just sign on the dotted line and hope for the best. Sadly, there are more and more scammers who are taking advantage of this opportunity to dupe unsuspecting applicants out of their hard-earned cash.
  • 05 Dec 2017
    Gated communities are increasingly popular with home buyers due to the perceived safety these neighbourhoods offer. “These gated communities are popping up all over the country and while they certainly can boost security, a few issues have been cropping up – specifically referring to road usage,” says Bruce Swain, CEO of Leapfrog Property Group.
  • 04 Dec 2017
    If a property is purchased for the purpose of keeping it tenanted, maybe as a subsidy to an income or as a future retirement plan, it is important to ensure that the asset is taken care of in the best possible way.
  • 04 Dec 2017
    Estate agents in Cape Town are looking forward to a busy season despite the looming school holidays and festive season and many are reporting that there has been no slowing of enquiries for accessibly priced homes, especially in sought after areas like the Southern Suburbs.
  • 04 Dec 2017
    The property market has shifted notably over the last 18 months as the fall-out from the weak political and economic climate, poor growth and credit downgrades continue. The inevitable result, says Samuel Seeff, chairman of the Seeff Property Group, is that this rather good performing economic sector, is now also taking strain.
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