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Nicholas Spargo, owner of Spargo Landscape Consultants, has been in the landscape trade for 12 years as well as being a lecturer at the Lifestyle Garden Design Centre for the past year. Here Home Times' resident landscaper shares some wisdom on which paths to follow if you

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If you haven’t had to move homes or been out of the property market for a while you might not be aware of the perfect storm brewing. Increased densification of our cities coupled with the growing “no pets” trend is leading to vacant rental properties

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An historic Victorian era cape villa has come on the market in Wynberg. The five-bedroom home on a 3,077m² stand is being marketed by RE/MAX Elite. According to Charles Haigh, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Elite, the Victorian era from 1837 to 1901 produced some beautiful homes of

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What you are about to witness is real. Gauteng Home Inspections visited two newly built homes in the same complex just outside of Pretoria and documented incidences of oversight, shoddy workmanship and complete disregard for building standards and architecturally drawn plans. According to Marissia Robus of Gauteng Home Inspections the

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The latest crime statistics released for the 2015/2016 financial year indicates that 20,820 home robberies took place between April 2015 and March 2016. Although targeted interventions by SAPS have done a lot in curbing the rate at which these incidents increase, it is still a

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According to the TPN Market Strength Index landlords in the Western Cape can afford rental escalation rates four times higher than that of the national average but still remain the province with the best tenant payment performances in the country. During the second quarter of 2016 the

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According to an analysis of Lightstone figures on 26 suburbs with mid-value real estate, the average drop in sales are 33% for the year to date. To be specific, 30% less sectional title units and 36% less freestanding homes have changed hands in 2016 so

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