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Friday Mar 31, 2017

'Accurate property valuation key to a speedy sale'

The valuation of a property is one of the key factors in determining how long it remains on the market.

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Thursday Mar 30, 2017

Greater price 'realism' in SA property market

There has been a shift towards greater price "realism" in the residential property market, with the estimated time homes were on the market before being sold declining significantly in the first quarter of this year compared to the previous quarter.

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Cape Town's plan for low-cost housing

The City of Cape Town is one step closer in its ambitious megaplan to "speed up" affordable housing opportunities in the inner city and surrounding areas following intense pressure from housing and land activists in recent months.

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Wednesday Mar 29, 2017

Durban property owners stuck with soot damage

Durban property owners and body corporates are demanding to know who will pay for the damage to buildings from the settling of soot from Transnet's warehouse fire.

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Tuesday Mar 28, 2017

Don't rely on cooling-off period when buying a property

Once an Offer to Purchase has been signed by both the buyer and seller, it immediately becomes a legal and binding Sale Agreement

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'Demolish decaying, abandoned homes for new life in neighbourhoods'

An increasing number of decaying and derelict homes is being brought to the attention of the City of Cape Town and currently almost 1 300 buildings throughout Cape TownÂ’s suburbs could potentially be demolished.

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No end in sight to Cape property boom

It's boom times for property owners in Cape Town's City Bowl and in the Atlantic seaboard, with house prices shooting through the roof.

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Monday Mar 27, 2017

Landlord is king as Cape Town rents soar

Those looking to rent aren't having the best of times in Cape Town. They are competing against often wealthier out-of-towners as well as the lucrative short-term letting market for a home close to work.

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Foreign buyers pinched by strong rand

Home buying by foreigners increased in the first quarter of this year compared to the previous quarter, despite the ongoing debate in the government about land reform, scrapping the "willing buyer, willing seller" principle and the expropriation of land without compensation.

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Traffic boosting Cape Town City Bowl prices

Traffic congestion in Cape Town has become so bad that many people working in town spend that amount of time, if not more, in the traffic getting to and from work daily from the West Coast and southern suburbs, if they leave in traffic peak hours.

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