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SA needs youth home building plan, says Everitt

Category SA Property Market

The latest available figures from StatsSA show that there are about 3,3m South Africans aged 15 to 24 who are not currently in education, training or employment

Premium prices for homes closest to top schools

Category Buyer Advice

Around the world, homes in the suburbs that contain State and private schools with a reputation for excellence are always in demand and able to command better

Green your world: Share a ride with your neighbours

Category Home advice

If you live in any kind of community housing scheme such as a sectional title complex or a lifestyle estate, the chances are that you’re already reducing water

Ground rules for happy renting

Category Rental Advice

Before purchasing their own home, most people go through a spell of living in rented accommodation, and while tales abound of disastrous and disheartening

Spotlight on Wynberg

Category Cape Town Property

Like many parts of Cape Town, Wynberg started out as a farming area established in around 1683 to supply the Dutch East India ships calling at Table Bay on

Use winter to make your home a safe haven

Category Home advice

Winter is the season when everyone feels like staying in and just curling up on the couch with the remote. But it can also be a great time to get organised and

Falling rand boosts Brics interest in SA luxury property

Category Luxury

As the Federal Reserve continues to raise interest rates in the US and the Rand continues to lose ground against the dollar and other major currencies

Investors target Umhlanga apartments

Category SA Property Market

The KwaZulu-Natal town of uMhlanga has become one of the most sought-after areas in South Africa among both home buyers and investors. In fact, the high number

Top Trend: Why Gen-Z is set to go back to the ‘burbs

Category Buyer Advice

Generation-Z (people born after 1998) are obviously the future of real estate, and the industry is starting to think seriously now about where they might live

Spotlight on Fish Hoek

Category Cape Town Property

The village of Fish Hoek lies at the eastern end of a long shallow valley that runs right across the Cape Peninsula and faces the warm Indian Ocean in False Bay


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