News Archive for March - 2018

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are millennials doomed to rent forever?
attracting foreign investors in the western cape
how to negotiate a fair rental increase
rate cut a further boost for market sentiment
property demand and values increasingly impacted by commute times
bantry bay’s residential market proves its mettle after weathering a tough year
a smart investment: property in education zones
cape capri estate provides an excellent investment opportunity
how to prepare your home for autumn
how to help your real estate agent sell better
when should a landlord start the eviction process?
how to deep clean your kitchen before selling your property
selling property fast in a slow market
new durban monopoly highlights prime landmarks and locations
show off on your next show day!
a cautious revival in the bedfordview residential market
is sustainable living the future of real estate?
how the vat increase affects property sales
weekenders fuel increased activity in dullstroom’s property market
low entry level prices for dainfern homes
addressing the tenant affordability challenge in durban
why sell your home on a sole mandate?
the importance of a rental inspection report
common selling mistakes in your area
in the digital age, keeping up with the jones’s is no longer an option
new optimism like rocket fuel for jozi’s luxury home market
how to make the most of household insurance
first time buyer advice: buy smaller and buy sooner
are resident associations being captured by the property industry?
rand rebound makes the case for investing in overseas property
viewings: should you stay or should you go?
environmentally-conscious homes are the future
holiday town markets are beating the odds
positive sentiment already invigorating gauteng market and cape town will follow
property defects: important things to know
how to create a minimalist garden
home security - preparing for the unexpected
top trend: ageing-in-place opens new doors for home sellers
let the taxman help pay for your home office
cape town’s city bowl market - taking it on the chin but still standing strong
gauteng: affordable home location for first-time buyers
honeydew country estate offers value in paarl’s booming property market
where to invest in property during the year ahead
chapman’s bay estate - a rare eco-friendly estate
the beauty of natural swimming pools
the many benefits of home loan pre-qualification
affordable new homes at the risidale in randburg
demand for southern suburbs sectional title units is still strong – but price is key
what you need to know when buying a vacant plot
Latest Property News
  • 22 Jun 2018
    The rental market in many Johannesburg suburbs has shown encouraging signs of revival this year but it remains a competitive market and landlords who best cater to their market’s needs will reap the healthiest returns.
  • 22 Jun 2018
    Home design is constantly evolving to reflect the changing needs of society. We look at some of the ways in which our use of space is changing.
  • 22 Jun 2018
    While estate agents can help the seller with correctly pricing the property and marketing a property to the right pool of potential buyers, at the end of the day it’s the impression that the property will make on buyers that counts the most.
  • 21 Jun 2018
    Anyone who’s ever been involved in a building project that’s gone wrong will appreciate the importance of adequate insurance cover in the construction industry.
  • 21 Jun 2018
    A recent news story about a blind tenant caught in a legal battle with his body corporate over letters and notices he was unable to read and consequently comply with has raised the question: what are the legal obligations for landlords with disabled tenants?
  • 21 Jun 2018
    A trend that’s taken the world by storm in recent years is that of hygge (pronounced: hue-guh), a Danish concept that is about creating intimacy, connecting with loved ones and taking pleasure in small, ordinary things.
  • 20 Jun 2018
    Buying or selling real estate isn’t as easy as it is portrayed sometimes, especially if there is a death of a party during the transaction which can make it awkward, tricky and inconvenient.
  • 20 Jun 2018
    With interest rates remaining at historic lows and banks continuing to compete for mortgage finance business, first-time buyers with funds at their disposal are currently well-placed to gain that initial foothold on the property ladder, particularly in the light of the slightly lower growth rates currently experienced in residential property values.
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