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by Jacqueline Grey 17 Sep 2014
Executives seeking centrally located, upmarket property that won’t break the bank should look no further than Boskruin. That’s the opinion of... 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 Grey 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 Grey 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
by Jacqueline Grey 4 Sep 2014
There’s a certain charm to most university towns. They tend to be fairly small, have vibrant streets punctuated by student hangouts and boast a few... Read More
by Private Property | Martin Hatchuel 4 Sep 2014
There are mermaids in the Klein Karoo. They’re there in legend and art, and there’s even a Mermaid Route in the Amalienstein / Zoar region of Route... Read More
by Lea Jacobs 4 Sep 2014
Most of think that the deposit we put down when buying a home will be refunded if the sale doesn’t go through. After all, we are not talking about... Read More
by Private Property | Martin Hatchuel 4 Sep 2014
Google “lease agreements South African horror stories” and you’ll come up with about 1 280 000 results. “Rental deposits South African horror... Read More
by Lea Jacobs 4 Sep 2014
It’s not surprising that, given our high crime rate, people are choosing to live in gated estates. The adage “safety in numbers” definitely applies... Read More
by Lea Jacobs 4 Sep 2014
South Africa boasts an array of different architectural styles. If you think about it, we have a little bit of everything … from Tuscan to Spanish,... Read More
by Jacqueline Grey 28 Aug 2014
It’s widely held that there is little scope for small town values amid today’s fast-paced metropoles. Yet, Pretoria’s sprawling far north flies in... Read More
by Lea Jacobs 28 Aug 2014
Many of us are struggling to make ends meet as the cost of living seems to go up dramatically every month. The prices of food, petrol and clothing... Read More
by Private Property | Martin Hatchuel 28 Aug 2014
Somewhere in the back of most older peoples’ minds we probably still think of Jeffreys Bay (J-Bay to anyone who loves the coast of South Africa) as... Read More
by Anna-Marie Smith 28 Aug 2014
The daily carbon footprint of an energy guzzling consumer society is dominated by the time we spend indoors. Since there’s little escaping the... Read More
by Jacqueline Grey 28 Aug 2014
In the early hours of Friday 22 August, Gauteng was rocked by a 3.8 magnitude earthquake. It was the second to strike in less than three weeks. The... Read More
by Private Property | Cathy Nolan 21 Aug 2014
Win a Home is a brand-new reality show presented by three of South Africa’s most charismatic television personalities: Cindy Nell-Roberts, Tumi... Read More
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