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Government hands over land for housing

Government hands over land for housing

22-Feb-16 Transport and Human Settlements Ministers have signed an agreement to transfer 72 hectares...

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IEASA urges public to use only registered estate agents

IEASA urges public to use only registered estate agents

22-Feb-16 Property transactions are still sometimes carried out by members of the public purporting ...

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MAKE SURE YOU CAN TRUST YOUR ESTATE AGENT

MAKE SURE YOU CAN TRUST YOUR ESTATE AGENT

18-Feb-16 Tough economic times can often lead to opportunistic people trying to make an extra buck o...

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SA’s largest ‘holistic housing development’ taking shape

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SA’s largest ‘holistic housing development’ taking shape

17-Feb-16 Developers behind what aims to be South Africa’s largest mixed-use residential devel...

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7 Essential Tips for Couples Buying Property Together

7 Essential Tips for Couples Buying Property Together

16-Feb-16 Couples who are in committed relationships are nowadays often left in a position where the...

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Property trends for 2016

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Property trends for 2016

15-Feb-16 It is the time when we all like to speculate heavily on the main themes that the new year ...

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Old-new house price gap narrows

Old-new house price gap narrows

15-Feb-16 It was 21.3 percent, or R411 700, cheaper to have bought an existing house in the fourth q...

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Slow price growth is good for first-time buyers

Slow price growth is good for first-time buyers

11-Feb-16 In the past year, home prices in the first-time buyer sector have grown only half as fast ...

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Property rates are always payable

Property rates are always payable

10-Feb-16 A recent court judgment has found that property owners are expected to pay their rates in ...

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Water Meters Could Help Residents Manage The Rising Costs of Water

Water Meters Could Help Residents Manage The Rising Costs of Water

09-Feb-16 With the City of Cape Town implementing Level 2 water restrictions from the start of the y...

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Who Is Liable for Weather Damage - Landlord or Tenant?

Who Is Liable for Weather Damage - Landlord or Tenant?

08-Feb-16 “The question to ask is: who caused the damage? If the damage was caused by the tena...

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Property is less volatile than most other forms of investment

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Property is less volatile than most other forms of investment

08-Feb-16 Economists are painting a bleak picture for the immediate future of the South African econ...

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Growth prospects in the South African property market

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Growth prospects in the South African property market

05-Feb-16 The impact of the world economic down turn needs no introduction and of course it has had ...

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Do home sales go better with an agent?

Do home sales go better with an agent?

04-Feb-16 Should you sell your home yourself, or use an estate agent? Some tips to help you decide. ...

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Buying a first home requires careful budgeting

Buying a first home requires careful budgeting

03-Feb-16 "Buying your first home will always be a big leap as it requires financial discipline and ...

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Live, work, play market is growing in Port Elizabeth

Live, work, play market is growing in Port Elizabeth

02-Feb-16 Just Property Group chief executive, Paul Stevens, says increased interest in 'live, work,...

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