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Wednesday Oct 10, 2018

Coastal reserve homes in demand, Jakkalsfontein (West Coast)

With only a limited number of coastal nature reserves with housing estates available along the coast, these tend to be very popular as they offer the best of beach and pristine nature reserve living according to Cynthia Cousins, Seeff’s agent for Jakkalsfontein.

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White-washed Paternoster fishing village lures holiday and retirement buyers (West Coast)

Aside from the beautiful coastline and white-washed architecture of Paternoster, just about 90-minutes outside of Cape Town, it is an ideal base for people looking to catch a glimpse of the stunning flower carpet that envelops the area during Spring.

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Four things to know before buying a heritage home

South Africa is dotted with historic architecture, from elegant Cape Dutch manor houses to quaint Victorian cottages and Art Deco office blocks scraping the city skyline. For many of us, owning a property that forms part of this collective history would be a dream come true, but that dream brings with it certain rules and responsibilities.

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Recession tips for landlords

Although rental demand rises during an economic decline, rental rates come under pressure. This means that landlords will need to relook their rental price expectations.

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Tuesday Oct 09, 2018

Surfers, golfers, wine connoisseurs - Cape Town tops lifestyle buyers

Whether you want to see the sun set over the ocean from your stoep, or you’re an avid surfer, wine connoisseur, horse rider or golfer, Cape Town is the only metro where you can buy in the city, yet still enjoy a fabulous lifestyle practically on your doorstep.

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Real estate now an incubator for careers and entrepreneurs

The real Estate sector now an attractive career for young entrepreneurs to alleviate the high unemployment rate according to Ms Ronel Bornman, Seeff’s Manager for Human Resources Development.

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Economy, spiraling costs, seasonal demand invigorates Cape residential rentals

The Cape residential rentals market is likely to start picking up steam ahead of the new year when many people will start entering the market. Natalie Muller, Sales and Rentals Manager for Seeff Atlantic Seaboard and City Bowl also expects higher demand due to the weak economy and rising costs.

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Rental increases expected to be low

Some minor relief is in store for Capetonian tenants as they wait with bated breath for the final axe to drop in the form of an annual inflationary rent increase, says RE/MAX of SA chief executive Adrian Goslett.

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Monday Oct 08, 2018

What could affect or delay an HOA Home Transfer

When a property is sold, there is a specific list of documentation the conveyancing attorney will need in order to lodge the transfer at the Deeds Office, i.e. compliance certificates, rates clearance, bond documentation, etc.

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Good News for Capetonian Tenants

According to Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, Adrian Goslett, some minor relief is in store for Capetonian tenants as they wait with baited breath for the final axe to drop in the form of an annual inflationary rent increase.

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