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The first year of occupancy is the most important year for a newly constructed green building. Construction teams would have raised the victory flag and moved on to the next project, however, at this juncture, operators need to evaluate the gap between performance and design intent.  Experienced green designers understand…

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Atlas Plastics is a leading supplier of water tanks and plastic drums in South Africa. Our water storage tanks offer an effective means of collecting and storing rain water, while our plastic drums can be used to fulfil a variety of household and industrial needs, and are widely used on…

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A resolution passed by shareholders of Cotswolds, one of Cape Town's last remaining share blocks, has determined that the share blocks are to be converted to sectional titles. Find out more on what prompted the decision as explained by Mike Greeff, chief executive of Greeff Properties. Cotswolds was built between…

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Following a drop in sales in suburbs once considered to be traditionally upmarket, suburbs like Constantia in Cape Town, Houghton in Johannesburg and Waterkloof in Pretoria have once again seen an increased demand from home buyers. Uncover more on what factors are now influencing buyers' choices as reported by  the…

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Figures released by PropStats indicate that the average price for freestanding Bergvliet homes increase from R2.115m to R2.4 million from January 1 to March 26 for the same time period in 2012. The figures also indicate the sale price for freestanding homes in Meadowridge rose from R1.956m in 2012 to…

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According to Seeff agents, holiday home buyers are snapping up homes on the Cape South Coast in villages such as Witsand, Arniston, Stilbaai, Struisbaai, L’Agulhas and Gansbaai. One of the reasons is property prices are down by between 20 and 30 percent from pre-2007 prices.   Click here to read…

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According to Seeff principal, Kevin Engelsman, Plettenberg Bay unit sales are up by about 15 percent from 260 in 2011 to over 300 properties being sold in 2012. Read more about property sales in Plettenberg Bay and get the inside track on future expectations.   Click here to read the…

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The latest Lightstone review of the South African residential property sector gives further evidence that, although it would be premature to talk about a full-on recovery in the residential property market, trading conditions are very definitely improving, says Bill Rawson, chairman of the Rawson Property Group. “Lightstone’s figures are fairly…

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Read about the laws and guidelines in regards to setting, collecting and interest on late payment of sectional title levies. General manager of property management company, IHFM, Michael Bauer, discusses the streamlined process of arbitration, according to the levy default system in the Prescribed Management Rule 71.  This could save…

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