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by Private Property | The Roosting Venus 25 Sep 2014
Love thy neighbor may be a theory we’ve all grown up with, but sometimes when spaces are small, boundaries are shared and neighbours are diverse,... Read More
by Private Property | Martin Hatchuel 25 Sep 2014
Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus’ 18 September announcement that keeps the prime lending rate unchanged at 9.25% is good news for home buyers –... Read More
by Jacqueline Gray 25 Sep 2014
Happily, with the exception of a few pockets around the country, winter is already a distant memory. It’s time to breathe a collective sigh of... Read More
by Lea Jacobs 25 Sep 2014
Judging by a number of recent reports, securing your home using hi-tech devices may not necessarily be the way to go. Forget alarm systems, turn... Read More
by Jacqueline Gray 25 Sep 2014
It may seem like a secondary concern while basking in the happiness of finding your dream home but establishing what constitutes a fixture or... Read More
by Private Property | Martin Hatchuel 25 Sep 2014
There’ve been a few rumblings in the media (and around the braai) concerning the effects of the “green” requirements that have found their way into... Read More
by Lea Jacobs 25 Sep 2014
We all have certain things we focus on when buying a home. Some make buying decisions based on the kitchen, others want a beautiful bathroom.... Read More
by Jacqueline Gray 18 Sep 2014
Picture this: you’ve saved up all year to go on holiday and enjoy some time off at the beach with your loved ones. You’ve booked your holiday... Read More
by Lea Jacobs 18 Sep 2014
When we used to think of “greenie” types, we generally thought of long-haired hippy youngsters who chain themselves to trees and refer to... Read More
by Lea Jacobs 18 Sep 2014
Many tenants are starting to query the amounts they are being forced to pay to rental agents when signing a new lease. In one particular instance,... Read More
by Private Property | Dianne Tipping-Woods 18 Sep 2014
It’s a lifestyle many people dream of: lions roaring in the distance as you sit around your braai at night, afternoons spent watching a herd of... Read More
by Private Property | Martin Hatchuel 18 Sep 2014
You can’t help wondering if the Whale Crier hasn’t called more than whales to the historic fishing village of Hermanus. Difficult to imagine –... Read More
by Jacqueline Gray 18 Sep 2014
It’s safe to say that Johannesburg and Pretoria aren’t the prettiest cities in the world. However, there are pockets within these two metropoles... Read More
by Lea Jacobs 11 Sep 2014
Apartment living has changed quite a bit in recent times. In the bad old days, living in an apartment was viewed as a stepping stone before you... Read More
by Anna-Marie Smith 11 Sep 2014
Market statistics show that prospective buyers are more likely to visit show houses when temperatures rise during spring. The changing behaviour... Read More
by Jacqueline Gray 11 Sep 2014
As they say, nothing is certain but death and taxes. And, while some may try to elude the taxman, none of us have any control over the time or... Read More
by Jacqueline Gray 11 Sep 2014
Too often, aspirant buyers are so happy to be granted a loan that they agree to whatever interest rate a bank proposes. However, your interest rate... Read More
by Private Property | Dianne Tipping-Woods 4 Sep 2014
With an enviable all-year round climate, the little town of White River occupies a prime position in Mpumalanga. Surrounded by gentle hillsides... Read More
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