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"I chose Seeff back in 1995 as I recognised an opportunity to partner with a premier brand even at that time. I was somewhat surprised that Seeff was selling franchises and I seized the opportunity, recognising the synergy real estate had with a legal practice.

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Centurion consists of about 40 suburbs and includes five golf estates, around 40 upmarket security estates, smallholdings and numerous security complexes. Areas like Eco Park in Highveld and Heuwelsig Estate in Monavoni sell within six weeks (42 days) of listing when they are priced correctly. Property in both

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It’s still early days since VAT was increased by 1%, but with landlords having to absorb resultant cost increases in all services received – from levies, rates and taxes, utilities, insurance, and maintenance – they are going to have to tread very carefully around rental

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We continue seeing sensational reports on the question of land expropriation without compensation and especially those around land grabs which seem to be rearing its head in various areas. Stuart Manning, CEO for the Seeff Property Group says, however, that the question of land expropriation

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The Seeff Property Group has launched over 200 real estate learnership opportunities countrywide. According to Ronel Bornman, Seeff’s national HRD manager, these are rare opportunities to enable those looking to enter the real estate profession, especially BEE candidates to get into the industry. The Seeff Training

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In addition to ongoing development across Gauteng, large scale growth is especially predicted for the northern and north western suburbs of Johannesburg where platforms such as Airbnb are creating interesting trends in the Sandton property market in particular. Dave Lewis, Seeff Sandton’s developments manager, said in

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Indeed, an international job site, gives employees the opportunity to review an employer. An employee is asked to give the employer a star-rating out of five, explain the rating and list pro's and cons of working at this company. We did a search based on real

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Based on the FNB Property Barometer it is believed that 2017 will be the third consecutive year of slowing average annual house price growth, and the second consecutive year of house price decline in consumer inflation-adjusted real terms. “For the period January to July 2017, the

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