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Between 2014 to early 2016, the estimated average time a home sat on the market before selling had been moving broadly sideways at levels around 12 weeks (just less than three months. Through 2016 and into 2017, however, the market appears to have been moving

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Behaviour can be a tough thing to change; especially if there are just about no consequences for doing things they have always been done. Human beings are divided into two categories: Those who litter and those who don’t; with smokers often in the littering camp. [gallery type="slideshow"

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Johannesburg’s Soweto region (Diepkloof-Soweto-Meadowlands-Pimville) has been the city’s star performer, with a five-year cumulative house price growth rate of 37.35%. Sandton, however, has only inflated 22.66% since early 2012. This is according to FNB’s household market strategist, John Loos, who said the “former township” regions can

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Grassy Park’s newest development, Cedar Place – developed by Asrin Property Developers – launches this month. The apartment complex will consist of 98 units (14 studios and 84 two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartments) in three- and four-storey walk-up blocks. Prices range from R499,900 to R659,900 (including VAT and transfer fees). “Whether you’re

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Cape Town’s Century City has experienced a 16% growth in freehold property prices and up to almost 16% growth in some sectional title complex prices in the past year. This is according to Helga Clemo, MD for Seeff Century City, who has worked in the suburb for 11

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