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Business as usual in Hermanus, despite protests
The property market in Hermanus remains buoyant, despite recent protests that have taken place in surrounding areas. A historic property in the area sold for a record R35m.
Savvy investors can still find value in the Southern Suburbs
After years of phenomenal growth the Southern Suburbs market is slowing down. There are however still some markets that are showing strong activity.
Camps Bay buyers in search of drought-busting homes
Energy and water self-sufficiency are increasingly important factors in home buyers’ choice of property – especially in Cape Town.
How long it takes to sell a house in South Africa currently
Research has revealed that the average time homes spent on the market decreased in the first three months of this year. This is an encouraging sign that the market is starting to strengthen.
Gauteng remains the hotspot for first-time buyers
First-time home buying weakened nationally in the first three months of 2018, but there were big differences regionally, with Gauteng outperforming other regions significantly.
How to choose a safe apartment
Many property buyers choose an apartment for their first property, and while location and size are often considered, security features are often overlooked.
Cape Town property valuations: an alternative viewpoint
The article entitled ‘City is playing valuations games’ published by the Cape Argus, Swindon Property would like to address key factors and discuss opposing views written in this article.
Multi-generational living a growing trend
Different generations of the same family are choosing to live under one roof in order to save costs and create a safer environment for family members.
Expert advice for new millennial landlords
As homeowners in their 30s move on from their first homes, they face a decision on whether to sell or rent out the property. Here is some advice for those who choose to become landlords.
Home selling due to emigration still high
Statistics from FNB show that the emigration-related selling was still high in the first three months of 2018, in spite of the improved political and economic outook.