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News Archive for November - 2017

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security tips for home owners during the holiday season
how to get the home you really want
cape town’s diverse property landscape boasts a number of unique hidden gems
bigger bond sizes encouraging for buyers
four tips for first time buyers
is your complex really saving water? advice for residential water management
smart strategies for home sellers
new phase of vacant stands launched in fancourt
demand for property in pretoria east remains high
seven mistakes people make when buying a home
rental contracts - the right of first refusal
tips for selling your home in summer
selling a rental property with a current tenant: what you need to know
demand for secure lifestyle living in hout bay is driving development
tyson to market one of a kind development in upper green point
hammer drops on tshwane's mayoral mansion for r5.1 million
interest rates unchanged yet again
homeowners: here’s how to make that year-end bonus count
artem rejuvenates a landmark shopping centre in sea point
these eco-friendly features will help sell your home
payment of csos levies: 6 steps to success
constantiaberg estate sector remains robust
top tips for short term rentals
5 ways to feel at home faster after moving
offer to purchase questions that might be asked
spain emerging as top real estate investment for south africans
sectional title property performance indicates buyer priorities
design tips: making the most of small spaces
r1bn’s worth of property sets auction record for high street
r450m new york style apartments for cape town and umhlanga
in depth look: south africa’s residential property market holding up well
illegal estate agents due to a lack of proper industry regulation
give your space a penthouse makeover
blouberg offers buyers the best of both worlds
knowledge is key to capitalising on the competitive holiday rental market
sappi finds new home in rosebank
the area features that will make your home more valuable
sectional title sellers need additional certificates
unregistered estate agents don’t qualify for commission
tips for establishing a water-wise garden
when does the consumer protection act apply to property sales?
the importance of getting your home market ready
sibaya coastal precinct establishes conservation trust
maintenance tips for the first time home buyer
rental agent vs private landlord: the pros and cons
what you need to know about investing in a holiday home
cape town launches international trend towards micro-living
real house prices continue the gradual correction
the city bowl ticks more boxes than any other downtown residential area in the country
ins and outs of property compliance certificates
five rental renovations to attract top tenants
tokai a hot favourite for young families and empty nesters
property market sees the rise of the ‘rentvestor’
increase your chances of securing a rental
remember the conduct rules when renting out a sectional title unit
nooitgedaght - new premium gated estate to be developed in hout bay
what to avoid when selling your home
should i use a real estate agent or do it myself?
re/max national housing report q3
avoid potential pitfalls in a new-build home
property developers turning buildings into the ultimate in luxurious functional art
free online csos dispute resolution guide
serengeti estates launches new apartment development
cape town top of the property hotspot list in africa
home buying advice - tips for submitting an offer to purchase
capital gains tax - a guide to understanding the big unknown
value and variety to be found in upmarket constantia
appealing outdoor living spaces now topping buyer wish lists
Latest Property News
  • 20 Feb 2018
    Owning a home is a milestone that most South Africans aspire to. Becoming a homeowner is a step towards growing personal wealth and owning an asset that appreciates in value over time, provided of course that the correct principles are applied during the buying stage of the process, says Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa.
  • 20 Feb 2018
    The suburb of Greenstone in Johannesburg east came to be over the last two decades. “In the beginning, it was literally just a hill with not so much as a shopping centre,” says Michael Levy, Property Consultant at Jawitz Properties Bedfordview. Today it has plenty shopping facilities and is fully built, boasting high-density, upmarket housing and residential estates, though still has a few pockets poised for commercial development.
  • 20 Feb 2018
    A major shift in the ageing paradigm has precipitated an equally dramatic transformation in the retirement sector, with modern accommodation options worlds away from the conventional model.
  • 19 Feb 2018
    Possibly one of the biggest sources of contention between landlords and tenants surrounds the rental deposit. “Most tenants rely on getting their rental deposits back when moving, so that they can use it to pay a deposit on their new home. Having it withheld or even having large amounts deducted can lead to a lot of distress,” explains Bruce Swain, CEO of Leapfrog Property Group.
  • 19 Feb 2018
    Situated approximately halfway between Johannesburg and Pretoria, Midrand was established in 1981 and forms part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality. It has become one of the major business hubs in the country with major pharmaceutical, textile, telecommunication and motoring giants situated within its boundaries.
  • 19 Feb 2018
    The PayProp Rental Index Annual Review of 2017 shows that the rental market suffered from much volatility during the year. It kicked off with rental growth spiking in January with weighted year-on-year growth (YoY) growth peaking at 8.3% before dropping to 6.34% in July, dipping down to less than 5% in November and then experiencing a slight uptick at 5.75% in December.
  • 19 Feb 2018
    While most homes in cluster complexes, estates and other gated communities come with at least one garage or carport, residents would often like additional permanent parking or storage areas for things like trailers, bikes, boats and caravans.
  • 16 Feb 2018
    Whether you own a property in a sectional title complex or are looking to invest in one, the financial standing of the body corporate is the single most important thing that can affect your investment or your buying decision.
    
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