Showing posts from 2013

Plett Harbour development proposal divides property owners

Durban wants mall developer jailed

Property price growth up, but below peak

Tshwane cracks whip on firms digging up roads

Joburg call centre under fire

Pretoria getting largest statue of Mandela

'Higher incomes needed now to qualify for bonds'

EAAB warns against 'false courses'

Historic inner Joburg suburbs set for densification

Durban North property owners worried by golf course plan

Objections flood in over Pretoria mining plan

'Stalking' new trend in property market

Housing invaders take over Singh's Durban flats


R100m and more for Cape Town's trophy homes

Platinum mines proposed for the outskirts of Pretoria

Umhlanga land sale to 'accelerate pace of property development in Durban'

Building confidence remains static

'Expect more building failures as South Africans flout regulations'

Clifton plot on the market for R70m :

'Banks should give better mortgage deals to long-standing clients'

Tongaat Mall order 'a day late'

Media out to destroy R2.1bn property group, says chairman - Moneyweb

Building council to probe Singh family building projects

Tongaat mall developer linked to failed Durban Point project

Durban bids to have Tongaat mall demolished

Property owners, courts take on illegal building

Commercial property owners to tackle municipal rates

Comments sought on Centurion lake property proposals

Abandoned millionaires row property a 'problem building'

Growthpoint becomes SAs biggest office property owner

Estate Agency Affairs Board queries 'search invalidity'

Property developers to probe delays in Western Cape

Rode's Report shows property price slowdown

Tshwane council bills go online

Property owners to have their say on Centurion Lake

European Investment Bank supports local low-income housing


GARETH'S LITTLE RANT: Log a Call ... the Death of Service

Chinese to build 'New York of Africa' in Gauteng

Electricity, rates and taxes remain top property costs

'Consumers still hungry for homes and loans'

End in sight for nightmare on Pretoria roads

'Many loopholes can be found in Agreements of Sale'

No answer on Tshwane's gated communities

Durban's secret glass dome unveiled

Rise in bank's house price index slows to 6.9%

FSB weighs in on controversial Sharemax opinion

Tolls 'to cause mass tenant migration' :

Property development slated for Pretoria's Loftus Versfeld stadium

Housing tribunals 'function unlawfully'

Joburg council says no to Gupta rezoning plan

Tshwane transformation to spare jacaranda trees

R800bn needed to clear housing backlog

Affordable housing is the place to be.

The pros and cons of a fixed bond rate

Gautrain plans many more routes

Banks increasingly wary of property fraud

Credit data amnesty 'will increase cost for borrowers'

'Overpricing still holding back sales'

More commercial property tenants pay rent on time