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Community protest at LIV Village
LIV Village, a charitable organisation that Private Property has been a supporter of since its inception, was the target of protests by members of the neighbouring Cottonlands community yesterday.
How to stay safe while selling your home
Sellers need to take precautions to keep themselves and their belongings safe when the property is open to the public. Here are RealNet’s top safety tips for home viewing and show days
Home renovations: These are the jobs that don’t need building approval
Building from scratch or adding on to a property can give homeowners the opportunity to personalise their home, but the correct procedures must be followed.
The perils of rising consumer debt for landlords
Like most other consumers in SA, residential tenants are financial pressure and battling to meet all their commitments. This poses a risk for landlords
Annual RE/MAX coats and cans campaign gets underway
With winter firmly on its way and temperatures dropping, the RE/MAX Foundation is getting ready for its annual Coats and Cans initiative which will run from 15 May up until the 30 June 2017.
Buying? Here’s why choosing the right neighbourhood is so important
When buying property, the lifestyle on offer is just as important as the house itself. These are some important things to consider.
Building your own home? You’ll need a building loan
If you’re planning on building or renovating your home, you’ll probably need a building loan. This is what you need to know about this type of finance.
First time buyers In Cape Town being priced out
Rapidly rising prices in the Western Cape is making home ownership for first time buyers increasingly difficult.
Three hip and happening Pretoria East neighbourhoods for young buyers
Hazelwood, Constantia Park and Equestria are three of the best places for millennial buyers in Pretoria to consider.
Suburb focus on Irene
In spite of growth in the greater Centurion area, Irene remains a charming hamlet with a farm-like look and feel.