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Thursday Dec 17, 2020

Current market in Constantia a sign of the times

"The recent spate of emigration which contributed to the flood of properties entering the market seems to have abated and those who have decided to stay or cannot leave are getting on with it."

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RE/MAX SA Appoints a New Chairman of the Board

The RE/MAX of Southern Africa board of directors have appointed Jo Neser, a retired director and now executive consultant at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc, to be their new Chairman of the board, effective from 1 January 2021.

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Thursday Dec 10, 2020

The rise and evolution of residential estates

South Africa is regarded as a global pioneer in residential estate living, with more golf and lifestyle estates than any other country in the world.

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Business parks report 60% occupation compared with last year

Most landlords with vacancies going into the lockdown period reported slower than expected uptake of space once businesses opened up again.

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Wednesday Dec 09, 2020

Predictions for the 2021 real estate market

RE/MAX predicts yet another year of mixed results as we continue to navigate through the after-effects of the national lockdown.

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Limit your property damage from natural disasters

Homeowners everywhere should be better prepared for natural disasters.

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Holiday homes with added second passport benefits

South Africans view investment in a second passport as worthwhile and demand for these has escalated drastically over the last year.

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Wednesday Dec 02, 2020

Somerset West property round-up 2020

Somerset West has already had 752 property sales registered this year, and agents expect to see those figures overtake 2019's total of 1399 before year-end, as the Deeds Office works through the backlog caused by Covid-19 challenges.

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Landmark oldest house in Durban sold for first time in 46 years by Seeff

The famous "Elephant House", the oldest house in Durban, built in 1849 when the first 600 settlers arrived, has been sold for the first time in 46-years by Rosh Naidoo, an agent with Seeff Berea.

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Tuesday Dec 01, 2020

Buyers are competing, don't lose out on your dream, make a great offer to purchase

In an active property market with an unbelievably low interest rate and a favourable bank lending climate driving high demand for property, you would typically find many buyers and if you do not make an attractive offer to the seller, you may well find yourself losing out, says Gerhard van Linde, MD for Seeff Pretoria East.

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