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News Archive for January - 2018

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the reality of relationships in rentals
new micro-living apartments allow first time buyers easy access to the property ladder
5g could ignite smart city development in sa
what you need to include in your rental agreement
home selling advice: fix your home or sell as is?
there is no place like (a smart) home
buy young and build wealth
top trend: moving towards a more leisurely lifestyle
cape town historic gem restored to former glory
what lies ahead for the property market in 2018
west rand property - excellent opportunities for smart investors and buyers
take these steps in reviewing insurance policies
interest rates remain unchanged
the cape town southern suburbs: one of the most sought - after addresses
beginners guide to buying your first home
top tips to ensure a sound property buying decision in 2018
the most expensive suburbs in gauteng revealed
different ways of purchasing property
uncluttering your home for the new year
sectional titles: additional water charges need to be budgeted for
how to deal with an early cancellation of a residential lease
the atlantic seaboard market remains solid despite a dent in its armour
a beginner's guide to sectional title insurance
winelands sales slower in 2017 but house price growth only wavered
useful tips to stage an outdoor space
are agents still needed in today's digital age?
the pinnacle of fine family living in cape town
are show days still relevant?
role and responsibilities of rental agents
is your last will and testament valid and up to date?
why is my property not selling? five things you are doing wrong
kenya will be home to africa’s tallest skyscraper, ‘the pinnacle’
remember to have all your "ducks in a row" when applying for a home loan
solving the sectional title maintenance funding challenge
how to minimise red tape during the home buying process
choosing the right aircon for your home
Latest Property News
  • 22 Feb 2018
    An excellent credit score is one of the most priceless assets a potential home buyer can have. This tool has the power to secure favorable mortgage and refinancing rate, influencing everything from the size of the loan repayment to the interest rate on the home loan.
  • 22 Feb 2018
    What do you do if you love your home’s location and the area, but the home no longer fits your growing family’s needs? Do you stay and renovate your existing home or find a home that meets your developing criteria?
  • 22 Feb 2018
    While every owner wants to sell their property at the best possible price, overpricing a home can be the kiss of death for a sale.
  • 21 Feb 2018
    Given the hand they were dealt, government has performed a delicate balancing act which it is hoped will serve to reignite confidence in investment in South Africa, regain our global credibility and satisfy the credit ratings agencies, says Dr Andrew Golding, chief executive of the Pam Golding Property group.
  • 21 Feb 2018
    The real estate mantra, ‘location, location, location’ remains a strong market influence regardless of the prevailing economy, with suburbs like Rondebosch enjoying the buffering benefit of being ideally situated.
  • 21 Feb 2018
    These days most buyers are using online property portals like Private Property when house hunting due to the convenience, up to date information and variety on offer. “The property portals have revolutionised the way buyers shop, but they do need to be cautious – viewing photos online is no replacement for viewing the property in person,” says Bruce Swain, CEO of Leapfrog Property Group.
  • 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.
    
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