The average price of freehold houses on the Atlantic Seaboard for the first half of 2016 is up by R1,1m compared to the same period last year. This is according to Billy Rautenbach, sales manager for Seeff’s Atlantic Seaboard and City Bowl operations, who said
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Surround yourself with enthusiastic, supportive and realistic people. Don’t be afraid to give them permission to advise and guide you if you need assistance or if they see you heading in the wrong direction.
“What did you have for supper last night?” “What would you charge to mow all the lawns in your neighbourhood, or wash all the dishes at restaurants in Sandton?” “Explain this function of the business to my eight-year old son.” The interview process is changing,
Median income for first-time buyers is R30,600 per month in 2016, according to research by Standard Bank. This group of buyers falls within the Emerging Middle Income consumer segment, earning between R16,418 and R33,333 p/m.
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To the uninitiated, council can be a minefield! The first step is to appoint a South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP) registered architect/designer. A list of registered professionals can be found at www.sacapsa.com. In order to practice as an architect or designer it
Cape Town estate agents and auctioneers need to register individually for permission to use show house boards and directional signage to advertise properties on show, said Annette Evans, regional manager of the Institute of Estate Agents’ of SA’s Western Cape branch.
Annual registration takes place from
YouTube has an endless array of gardening hacks, how-tos, tips, and tricks. The problem is, however, that there are countless videos of babies eating lemons and kittens cuddling; and before you know it you will be watching your 17th video of the dog that’s upset because
The Johannesburg suburbs of Robindale and Robin Hills have remained consistently active, despite the global credit crunch, thanks to both being long-established suburbs and the fact that almost 50% of property owners have owned their properties there for 11 years or more.
This is according to
Pam Golding Properties is hosting a street store on 16 July 2016, as part of their Mandela Day initiative. The company is collecting warm clothing, blankets, shoes, food and other items for the street store that will take place at Elim Night Shelter in Elsies
The household sector is cautious due to a number of years of slow economic growth, affecting consumer confidence. This is reflected in the home buying and selling activity of South Africans and the reasons behind their decisions. While there has only been a minor rise in