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New Year's resolutions for your home
See Simon Bray on the Expresso Show, talking about New Year's resolutions and property.
Property rates are always payable
A recent court judgment has found that property owners are expected to pay their rates in full regardless of whether they use municipal services or not.
Checklist for moving house overseas
Moving house is stressful at the best of times but the stress is multiplied when moving abroad. Here are some tips to help you with your move if you’re emigrating.
Is the holiday home market struggling?
An economic slump invariably affects the property market. Some areas are affected more than others and it appears holiday towns are feeling the pinch.
International property investment industry stable
With a volatile start to the year for many global markets and a mixed economic outlook for 2016, the property investment industry remains stable.
Rate hike means a bumpy ride for property
The recent rate hike means that the property market will have be focussed on affordability.
Tax season - make property work for you
It is that time of the year again, the start of a new tax season and time to start getting your documents together and also planning for the next financial year.
World real estate accounts for 60 percent of all mainstream assets
An analysis of all developed property, including commercial and residential.
Mind the gap when selling and buying a home
Since property purchases are among the single largest financial commitments private individuals will undertake, the need for meaningful protection against risks is essential.
Urban real estate research unit formed
The Department of Construction Economics and Management at UCT has partnered with Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking (NCIB) to develop an interdisciplinary research platform.