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Monday Oct 09, 2017

House price growth still slowing

House price growth in South Africa continues to slow, and could potentially be less than 2% over the next 12 months.

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Durban rates hike hits pensioners

Cash-strapped Durban pensioners are feeling the pinch following the property rates increase that has become so unaffordable that some are selling their homes to downsize.

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Pretoria East property owners oppose high-density development

A large housing development taking place in Equestria, east of Tshwane, has caused an uproar.

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Cheaper to be first-time buyer in Gauteng

Gauteng remains the best province for first-time buyers to step on to the property ladder while, in stark contrast, aspirant young buyers in the Western Cape struggle to afford to buy.

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Desire for control prompts demand for prepaid meters

Estate agents are witnessing an increasing demand for prepaid electricity meters as residents look for increased control over their consumption and bills.

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Capetonians like prepaid electricity meters

Prepaid electricity and water meters are fast becoming non-negotiables in Cape Town homes with applications pouring in from residents wanting to convert from credit systems.

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Cape Town achieves ten Blue Flag beaches

Cape Town once again has been awarded the coveted Blue Flag status for 10 of its beaches.

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Durban achieves two Blue Flag beaches

Only two Durban beaches have secured the coveted Blue Flag status, and they are more than 35km apart.

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Joburg earmarks neglected inner-city buildings for revamp

Twelve City of Joburg-owned buildings have been identified for revamping for low-cost housing.

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