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News Archive for October - 2017

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boost your sales price by renovating
clovelly – the cinderella of false bay
ooba introduces new affordability tools as banks compete for new home loans business
when purchasing a sectional title unit, make sure the levies are set at the correct level
getting your home ready to sell quickly
open on oxford sparks new buzz in rosebank
exciting future for serengeti estates as new development team takes the helm
new discovery head office is certified green
how to find your perfect neighbourhood
moving beyond green buildings to green cities: the challenges and solutions
capitalise on global boom in eco-tourism
what to do when buying a tenanted property
how to build a credit history
moving house? now’s the time to also de-clutter your budget
what matters most when it comes to stands
five things every first time buyer should consider
battle for best address, sa's top streets
jo’burg’s healthy residential market increases demand for prime development land
one of johannesburg's most exclusive residential properties brought to market
sellers: what to expect from your show day
cape property sector booming into the winelands
sole mandate vs open mandate: which one is best?
house price growth approached a “mini-peak”, at 4.1% in september
strong entry and mid-sector demand continues to underpin camps bay market
how to deal with disappearing tenants
newly refurbished sectional title offices in sandton made available
airbnb oversupply causes return to traditional letting
landlord's duty to maintain a rental property
the reason for appearance rules is value protection
south african buyers appreciate the value of green homes
overcoming home buying obstacles
smart property opportunities for the informed investor
go back to basics to secure rental returns
property scammers becoming more sophisticated
fourways set to be the next major cbd in gauteng
how to tackle home renovation like a pro
sectional title advice: appointing an executive managing agent
are south africans adequately covered for storm damage?
13 superstitions from around the world
is it worth using an agent to sell your home?
get ready for upcycled container living in the maboneng precinct
want to hang on to your home? avoid these hazards
sectional title versus freehold ownership
a good credit profile is key when applying for a home loan
sea point sectional title sector caters to a broad market
busy season ahead for paarl property sales
properties staying put on the market longer according to new report
new development to introduce sophisticated urban edge to cape town’s southern suburbs
tech features boost the appeal of rental properties
how to avoid rental defaults when tenants split
do pets affect your chances of selling your property?
purpose-driven properties have a place in the current market
how to avoid buyer's remorse
apartments in cape town need permission for airbnb letting
level 5 water restrictions must be enforced by body corporates
new contemporary art museum opens in cape town’s former grain silo
4 vital insurance considerations for bodies corporate
what to do (and what not to do) when you want to sell your home
Latest Property News
  • 20 Apr 2018
    Whenever changes in the political ecosystem of a traditional property market create uncertainty, smart investors begin to look elsewhere for new opportunities. Property experts at IP Global have analysed the trends and crunched the numbers to find new markets to explore in Europe and the United States.
  • 20 Apr 2018
    Energy and water self-sufficiency are increasingly important factors in home buyers’ choice of property – especially in Cape Town where the extreme drought of the past few years has made municipal supply costly as well as uncertain.
  • 19 Apr 2018
    During the last decade, rampant development has progressively transformed Cape Town’s property landscape with densification being the order of the day, but there are still one or two hidden gems like Scarborough which have retained their original character, offering an inimitable lifestyle and an attractive investment opportunity.
  • 19 Apr 2018
    The rental market is a cut-throat sector of the real estate market that waits for nobody. According to Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, first-time renters need to be fully prepared before they even start the process of looking for a place to rent in order to avoid the disappointment of losing out on their ideal property.
  • 19 Apr 2018
    Choosing to buy your first home instead of continuing to rent is a big decision that will usually take some time to put into action, but the sooner you can save up a sizeable deposit, the closer you will be to reaching your goal.
  • 18 Apr 2018
    Selling your home is no small task and as you will quickly find out, there are a lot of misconceptions about the process. Gerhard van der Linde, Seeff's MD in Pretoria East lists the top 5 misconceptions when you are selling your home.
  • 18 Apr 2018
    The Cape Town municipality is now installing water-management devices at properties that have been non-compliant with the new level 5 water restrictions and there are talks of fines between R5,000 and R10,000 for households that use too much water.
  • 17 Apr 2018
    The recent interest rate cut has stoked the coals in the first-time buyer’s market. At least for the next two months until the next interest rate announcement, homeowners are guaranteed lower monthly instalments than in the previous quarter. But, is it wise to take out a 100% bond just to enter the property market while interest rates are low?
    
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