Since HomeTimes first announced that Pam Golding Property group had bought online, fixed-fee estate agency, Eazi.com, there have been mixed opinions from industry players: Some have said it is a sign of the times and that PGP was doing well to cover all its bases, while
Do you have a special occasion coming up or would you just like to treat your family to a nice feast? Instead of going to a restaurant and paying thousands of rand for a meal, you could make a 3-course feast in the comfort of
Do property developers have a responsibility to let you know when they plan to develop next to your home? And can you object?
Each property carries a particular zoning and each municipal area has specific by-laws which deal with the matter, according Steve van Wyk of
Pam Golding Properties (PGP) has stabbed the traditional high-commission estate agencies in the heart, and probably damaged the PGP franchisees business through their purchase of eazi.com, the fixed-fee online real estate platform.
BREAKING: Pam Golding buys online, fixed-fee agency, Eazi.com
This is according to low-commission pioneer Neville Berkowitz,
SADC nationals and buyers originally from Central and West Africa are now buying in the R2,5m to R5m price bracket.
This is according to Charles Vining, Seeff’s MD in Sandton, who said areas such as Bryanston, Lonehill, Fourways and Parkmore are particularly popular because they offer
Ongoing, escalating fuel costs - with yet another hike on the cards for September 2018 - coupled with rising traffic congestion in South Africa’s cities, is playing an increasingly relevant role in the locations selected where consumers will buy or rent a home. Ultimately, this
First it was SA Home Loans purchasing a stake in low-commission estate agency, Property Fox, last year. Now, Pam Golding Properties, just today, confirmed it has bought online, fixed-fee agency Eazi.com.
With rumours floating around last week that “a prominent real estate franchise had purchased an
Cape home buyers will pay a premium of between 20% and 40% for a location close to a top-ranked school, and areas close to top schools and universities also tend to fare better during a market downturn.
This is according to Samuel Seeff, chairman of Seeff
Cape Town’s highly publicised water shortage has caused more than just the dams to dry up. Local experts say demand for property in the region has also suffered in the wake of the Western Cape’s driest years in living memory.
Thankfully, with winter rains finally beginning to turn the tide on water availability in
With 16 sales for the month of July 2018, Nimrod Rakgwathe, HomeBid sales agent, scooped Sales Agent of the Month, breaking the 3-month record of 15 sales.
Nimrod and his team co-worker, Sibongile Singcu, were hoping to make it 18 sales but the July school holidays