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Those who know the Bakoven area also know how zealously the residents protect the beach and surrounds of this cove and strive to maintain its quiet, village-like feel, says Lesley Doukas
Comparing this year’s figures and activity in the residential property market to last year’s in the Rondebosch area, Knight Frank Residential SA agent Jeanne Cowan says
In an area where there is little land available for re-development, a property perfect for remodelling or rebuilding in a sought-after road with uninterrupted views in Bantry Bay has come
In many rental properties there are no prepaid water and electricity meters and the landlord will receive the accounts for these each month for payment by the tenant renting from him.
Families still often put homes in trusts, sometimes as part of their estate planning for their children and partly because they would like to know that if anything should happen
There have been various warnings issued over the years and rental scams come in many guises, and keep evolving.
While many servitudes are put in place to protect against buildings being erected on them thereby obstructing views or access,
The Acts that govern the legal requirements of various aspects of homes such as electrical supply, electric fencing, gas and clearance are national acts,
A question that is often asked by those building or renovating a home is whether it is worth “greening” their property and what the cost implications would be should they decide to do so.
The signs of autumn are now definitely here. After a hot dry summer there is a slight chill in the air and occasional rain,
The latest Knight Frank Wealth Report lists Cape Town as one of the top ten cities in the world to invest in, in terms of value increases.
According to John Loos’ February 2015 FNB Property Barometer report on the February House Price Index, a 6% year on year increase in residential property
The latest Knight Frank Wealth Report Attitudes Survey indicates that the growth potential in wealth in Africa was 89% last year, while the predicted
With a residential property development boom being predicted in Cape Town (according a recent article in a leading Cape newspaper), one is made aware of the extensive building
Africa’s growth cities attract increased foreign real estate investment
Global property services group Knight Frank has announced the launch of its new Valuation Services division in Gauteng
The recent announcement in the national budget speech presented by Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene, that the transfer duty threshold has been
According to John Loos’ latest FNB Property Barometer report on Western Cape residential property, the national average property price increase was 6,6% year on year
With security estates increasingly becoming sought after places in which to live, particularly in the South African context where people want the “safe” environment
When buying an apartment, it’s important to check the orientation and aspect of the building as well as viewing the apartment itself. Another tip from Meg Dugmore