Property market ticks up as supply and demand rebalance
The residential property market is showing tentative signs of a slow recovery despite activity levels still being significantly lower than during the previous house market boom in 2006 and 2007.[Read More]
Cape Town 'by-laws support reduced trading hours'
Cape Town residents will not have to worry about problematic nightclubs being able to extend their operating hours, says the city council.[Read More]
Posted at 08:43AM Apr 19, 2012 by Editor in Cities and Towns |
Occupational rent - 'don't skip the fine print'
When it comes to buying and selling property, one of the most important aspects to consider is the fine print in the contract, says Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa.[Read More]
Posted at 08:38AM Apr 19, 2012 by Editor in Residential |
Darling wind farm gets green light, but farmers are divided
The hills of Darling are set to get a wind farm with 43 turbines between 80m to 100m high.[Read More]
Agents warned on overvaluing properties
Talking recently to a group of trainee estate agents, all new to his group, Tony Clarke, managing director of Rawson Properties, said that they must at all costs avoid the temptation to try to please property sellers - and possibly secure a mandate - by valuing the home too optimistically.[Read More]