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Tuesday Nov 09, 2021

Common mistakes made when selling a home

There are a few common mistakes that sellers can avoid to ensure that they maximize their return on investment.

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New opportunities emerge in Africa - Broll

Leading Pan-African professional real-estate services provider Broll Property Group has observed various trends across the broad range of countries in which it operates.

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Redefine Properties resumes dividends for 2021

Redefine Properties' share price surged after a robust balance sheet by the end of the year to August 31 gave it room to resume dividends.

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RealNet connects the dots with new branding

National estate agency group RealNet will soon be celebrating its 21st anniversary, and in anticipation of this milestone has unveiled its new branding.

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Pretoria East developments in high demand

While demand for new developments usually decline when the property market takes a downturn as was experienced due to the Covid-19 Lockdown in late March 2020, this has not been the case in Pretoria East.

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Co-ownership - the advantages and pitfalls

'Co-ownership is an excellent way to get one's foot on the property ladder.'

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Inland property markets stage strong comeback

'Housing markets in the inland provinces such as Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North-West, the Free State and Northern Cape have staged a strong comeback after the hard Covid lockdown.'

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How agents decide on the selling price of your property

'Sellers need to bear in mind that prices on portals are not an accurate gauge in terms of what properties are actually selling for. These listing prices are often inflated, and most properties do not sell or the sellers need to drop their prices to conclude a sale.'

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Midrand one of highest growth areas for young buyers

Midrand is now one of the fastest growth areas for young buyers with some 47% of sales over the last year to millennial buyers.

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Luxury market revival bodes well for KZN

'While luxury properties increase in demand, they're selling for around 85% of the asking price and remain on the market for just under five months.'

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