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Care and support are vital

If you’re emigrating and leaving elderly parents behind, is it wise to persuade them to move to a retirement village? Experts answer these and other property queries BY BONNY FOURIE bronwyn.fourie@inl.co.za

Guilt at leaving elderly parents behind when emigrating can be eased slightly by ensuring they are living in retirement village that offers security, maintenance, healthcare, and social activities. PICTURE: JWA/PIXABAY

Q: WE ARE selling our home and buying a new one, and there may be some overlap or delay regarding our moving out so the new buyer can move in, and then our moving in to the new property once that seller moves on. How does occupational rent work? A: As a buyer, and irrespective of whether occupation is on registration or not, always insist on an occupational rental amount being filled in at the time of negotiating the deal. In terms of the value, you can be guided by your agent in terms of current marketrelated rents or perhaps put forward a figure you feel is fair. Another important point in terms of this clause is who the occupational rent should be paid to. I would strongly suggest it gets paid to the conveyancing attorney to allow for any necessary pro-rata calculations and refunds to be handled by them. As a seller, the advice is the same in terms of ensuring the rental amount is included at time of negotiating the deal. If the seller is not happy with the amount, they can always put forward an amended figure. Also it is vital that there is a clause in the agreement that states that no tenancy is created through occupation and that should the deal fall through for any reason, the purchaser will vacate the premises immediately. You do not want to give your purchaser the rights of a tenant in this instance. Further to this, occupation must not be given to the purchasers until the bond has been granted, guarantees issued and any required deposits paid. – Ynnis Wilson, branch manager at Jawitz Properties Randburg

Q: My husband and I and our young children are possibly emigrating next year and we are worried about leaving my parents behind. They do have the option to join us overseas but they want to stay here. They are living in a small complex at the moment but we are considering talking to them about moving into a dedicated retirement village. What are some of the things we need to take into account? And is it a good idea to ask them to move? A: As one gets older, decisions about where to live often depend on what other relatives are doing. However, emigration or “semigration” of close family members can be traumatic for those left behind, especially now when travel and movement are being restricted. All these factors mean that senior living communities have become more attractive for older people and more important in society. Senior living communities are attractive living options for older people for many reasons. Some of the top reasons include the availability of care and support, the “hasslefree” living that arises from being part of a managed community and being able to live at a more manageable scale. However, being part of a sociable and active community is just as important. In times when families do move around, it is important to consider choosing a living option which gives one peace of mind, as well as social contact and support. With possibly fewer family members around to assist with home maintenance and activities of daily living, the support which can be attained in a senior living community takes

on greater importance. – Barry Kaganson, chief executive of Auria Senior Living Q: I am starting a new job and will finally be paid enough to buy a starter property. However, I also need a car and can only afford one of these assets. I know in the long-term a property will be more beneficial but it is also hard to not have your own transport. How do I make the right decision, especially considering the interest rates will not be this low indefinitely? A1: Many people choose to take on vehicle finance to afford the purchase but, as one of the most expensive forms of debt you can have, this can delay your ability to afford a home loan. It is better to invest in assets that have steady and stable growth over a medium to long term, even if these do not reflect a significant percentage growth month-on-month or year-on-year. To be honest, you don’t get much better than a home in that regard. I would not recommend spending your hard-earned savings on something that devalues immediately as you drive it off the lot. Instead, I would take the same amount of money and use some, or even all, of it towards a home deposit to get your foot in the door for homeownership. – Adrian Goslett, regional director and chief executive of Re/Max of Southern Africa. A2: With a prime lending rate at a current low of 7%, now is the ideal time to apply for a bond for your dream home. Buying a home is a long-term investment in an asset that can yield considerable capital growth

over time. Homeownership is also an important step towards financial freedom as it offers a form of forced savings that can be used in the future to buy a better home or for other purposes. Often the interest accrued on a car repayment is higher than for a bond repayment, although the term for a bond is usually much longer. A R700 000 bond repayment at 7% requires a monthly instalment of R5 400 over 20 years. A car payment for the same value, and also at 7% interest, is R14 000 over five years. – Carl Coetzee, chief executive of BetterBond Q: I have thought about buying a property on auction but then I find myself feeling guilty about perhaps getting a good price on a property that has been taken away from someone else through no fault of their own. I am torn. How can I feel better about this decision? A: The notion that all real estate auctions consist only of distressed properties is not only decades out of date but plain wrong. Bank instruction sales, even in the current economic situation, are in fact a tiny percentage of the overall business. The main reason the real estate auction industry is now dominated by the private business sector is the speed at which auctions can translate bricks and mortar into liquidity in a transparent manner at a market-related value. From a fiduciary perspective, it also ticks all the boxes for corporate buyers and sellers. – Joff van Reenen, lead auctioneer and director of High Street Auctions


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Letter from the editor MINE is one of those tragic property stories. Bought young, sold at the wrong time, didn’t reinvest the proceeds immediately, the market changed and I couldn’t get back in to buy again. Decided to rent for a short time in a new city. The rental property turned out to be my home for 17 years. It is almost a story written as a warning for youngsters who choose not to invest in property. Or for someone who decides to buy but sits too long on the fence trying to find the perfect home in the perfect area with the wrong budget; trying to tick all the boxes. Some things that have held me back: waiting for the market to turn; wanting to live in a particular area which is way out of my budget; being spoilt by the location and size of my rented apartment; finding it difficult to get a home loan as I was working for myself for 15 years; unable to gather money for a deposit... and so the story goes on. I think if I could go back to my younger self perhaps I’d say to her: don’t sell your apartment – use it to build wealth. Or if I met her after she had sold it I would have said: get straight back into the market now – don’t even wait a moment. Would have, could have, should have. So while I am still looking for that “forever home”, I am also finally okay with the idea that I may very well end up being a “forever renter”. It would have been comforting to have known that by my older years I would have a piece of property that was my own and the freedom that would give me; that I’d have a roof over my head and not be at the mercy of a landlord. But renting also has its pros and there is a sort of a freedom in it too. Experts say there is no time like the present to buy. So yes, if you’re looking and have a budget, go for it. Property has mostly proven to be a good investment as our main story this week – which tracks property values over the past decade – shows. By the same token, perhaps if I bumped into my younger self I’d tell her not to spend so long bemoaning what she feels was a bad decision. Because whether you buy, rent, live in a camper van, share a home, get a mortgage with a friend, move back with your folks, move in with your kids – it’s all okay. Of course, had this Property360 magazine been in existence in my youth with all its valuable and helpful weekly advice and tips, maybe things would have (could have, should have) been different ... Happy reading everyone Have a great weekend Warm regards

Vivian Warby vivian.warby@inl.co.za

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The past decade has seen the property market go through a number of peaks and troughs. PICTURE: PAT WHELAN/UNSPLASH

Still good growth in bricks and mortar Despite economic ups and downs over the past decade, investing in the property market has seen fairly steady returns BY BONNY FOURIE bronwyn.fourie@inl.co.za

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EN YEARS ago, the average residential property in South Africa sold for R790 000. Today, that same average property is selling for R1.267 million, almost R500 000 more – despite a global pandemic that saw South Africa’s economy restricted under lockdown. “The first thing that the figures make obvious is that the South African property market has not crashed,” says Schalk van der Merwe, franchisee for the Rawson Properties Helderberg Group. “In fact, given the utter turmoil occurring around the world, our average house price growth has been remarkably stable and above inflation. “We’re definitely not at the high point of a cycle, but we’re also very far from our lowest moments, and trends suggest growth is heading upwards, not down.” Interestingly, the trends that dominated the property market in 2011 are still very much in play today, including the growth in demand for retirement estates and sellers struggling in a buyer’s market. Between 2011 and this year, however, it was a case of all change for the market as South Africans adapted to shifting needs and rollercoaster economic conditions. In 2013, for example, it made more sense to rent than buy a property, a phenomenon that has been turned on its head over the past few months. Another point to note is that, from 2015, technology was slowly introduced into the global property market and the first virtual reality searches were used for home viewings. Six years later, technology has become the norm for use by estate agents as well as buyers and sellers. Virtual reality goggles, however, are yet to be implemented on any noticeable scale – if at all.

ANNUAL TRENDS AND HOUSE VALUES FROM 2011 TO 2021

2021

Average sectional title home price: R1 267 744 Average house price growth: 4.5% (as at the end of March) OVERVIEW: It is still early days, but so far, this year saw the residential buying market start strongly following last year’s lockdown. Buyers still have the upper hand, while sellers are being forced either to accept much lower prices or hang on to their homes until conditions improve. The low interest rates are encouraging first-time buying activity which is reducing the number of good tenants available to take up the large number of vacant rental properties on the market. TRENDS: • Remote working becomes a more regular occurrence or even a permanent set-up for South Africans, leading them to consider a more formal workplace within the home. • Landlords have to do more to woo and keep good tenants, including not increasing rents but rather reducing them. • Retirement property developers are forced to rethink their designs and offerings in a post-Covid world which requires more social distancing. • Homeowners place more importance on space, both inside and outside the home. • Many people move away from the cities because remote working allows them to live wherever they want to live.

2020

Average residential property price: R1 213 153 Average house price growth: 3.7% OVERVIEW: The property market came to a standstill last year following, first, the complete

shutdown of the industry, at the introduction of the lockdown, and then Deeds Office delays. Fortunately, though, the pent-up demand as a result of the restrictions saw the industry rebound once it was allowed to operate fully. This, combined with declining interest rates, meant the year ended on a high for the market. TRENDS: • Affluent investors made an early move from equities to luxury bricks and mortar, which is regarded as a safe haven in turbulent times. • Landlords struggled to collect rents from tenants due to financial difficulties related to reduced salaries or job losses. • The banks were keen to grant new home loans. • Many buyers and tenants were looking for properties with more space to support social distancing and allow more comfort at home.

2019

Average residential property price: R1 169 868 Average house price growth: 3.1% OVERVIEW: This year was dismal for property with the harsh economic climate spewing out low – and declining – house price growth, rising levels of emigration and local markets that were either stagnant or barely ticking over. Load shedding was also a major concern for South Africans. However, the Rugby World Cup win was a highlight that helped restore confidence in the local market and attract the attention of foreign investors. The interest rate cut in July helped bolster the market. TRENDS: • Moody’s downgrade of the country’s investment status from “stable” to “negative” was a knock to investor confidence in the local market. • Smaller units started coming Continued on pg4

DISCLAIMER: The publisher and editor of this magazine give no warranties, guarantees or assurances and make no representations regarding any goods or services advertised within this edition. Copyright ANA Publishing. All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any form without prior written consent from ANA Publishing. The publishers are not responsible for any unsolicited material. Publisher Vasantha Angamuthu vasantha@africannewsagency Executive Editor Property Vivian Warby vivian.warby@inl.co.za Features Writer Property Bonny Fourie bronwyn.fourie@inl.co.za Design Kim Stone kim.stone@inl.co.za


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A trend that has been consistent over the years is the adoption of green technologies in homes. PICTURE: DARIA NEPRIAKHINA/ PIXABAY

Continued from pg3 on stream to meet demand. • Banks were lending up to 105% and aggressively competing for business. • Statistics revealed that, for the first time, single women were the biggest group of property buyers in South Africa – ahead of couples and single men.

The first thing that the figures make obvious is that the South African property market has not crashed SCHALK VAN DER MERWE, FRANCHISEE FOR THE RAWSON PROPERTIES HELDERBERG GROUP

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Semigration to Cape Town gained momentum and house price inflation continued upwards, out of sync with the rest of the country. • First-time buyers made up the majority of home loan applications. • Most buyers wanted townhouses and apartments. • More disruptors entered the market with new technological and financial models.

2017

Average residential property price: R1 077 055 Average house price growth: 6.1% OVERVIEW: Technology continued to change the real estate sector for buyers, sellers and agents. Transaction volumes saw slight increases from the start of the year, and better economic growth positively impacted the market, although household finances were still under pressure. TRENDS: • Virtual reality goggles were introduced in the global property market. • House price growth started to decelerate. • Many property investors looked to invest offshore. • Retirement property development remained a focus for developers. • Student accommodation promised good investment prospects. • Young professionals made their mark, looking for estate homes and apartments in new developments. • Urbanisation and semigration trends were major hallmarks of this year’s property trends.

Average residential property price: R1 134 693 Average house price growth: 3.5% OVERVIEW: The start of the year saw an improvement in consumer confidence and a subsequent boost in market performance but this was short-lived. Public policy lacked direction and controversial issues, such as the prospect of land expropriation, gave investors and homeowners the jitters. Homes took longer to sell. Price growth in Cape Town continued to slow, or normalise, as economists say. TRENDS: • Land reform processes saw jitters among many homeowners following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation address. • Retirement development accelerated. • The VAT increase and fuel hikes impacted on household affordability levels. • People looked for smaller properties closer to their workplaces and other conveniences in order to reduce living costs.

Average residential property price: R1 096 322 Average house price growth: 3.8% OVERVIEW: This year was said to be a buyer’s market as house price growth remained just over 4% from January to December. This was the year the drought in Cape Town coincided with a slowdown in house price growth. Traffic congestion and petrol prices saw more buyers looking for properties close to their workplaces. The year was volatile on the political, social and economic fronts, with junk status downgrades hitting the property market hard. TRENDS: • Activity in the below R1m price band remained high. • First-time buyer numbers remained low in Cape Town but high in Gauteng. • Micro-apartments made their debut in Cape Town. • Estates were still a major drawcard for buyers.

2016

Average residential property price: R1 056 556 Average house price growth: 4.9% OVERVIEW: The country’s property market remained resilient in the face of a tough economy and financial market volatility. The rand weakened and Consumer Price Inflation was above the Reserve Bank’s target limit of 6%, leading to a drop in consumer confidence. Properties in good locations, such as those close to hubs and good schools, remained popular with buyers and often performed better than average national trends revealed. TRENDS: • The Western Cape continued to outperform the rest of the country as house price inflation continued to rise. • The sectional title sector’s performance remained superior to full title.

2015

2014

Average residential property price: R948 760 Average house price growth: 6.8% OVERVIEW: The market was generally buoyant, especially activity related to first-time buyers and those entering the middle market sector. Most home loans granted were for less than R1m. Property prices in Cape Town soared by more than 50% in some areas, especially those with easy access to the city centre. Property prices in Gauteng also increased, although nowhere near the levels of the Mother City. TRENDS: • Rental inflation rose. • Township property development started to rise. • Homeowners were encouraged to reconsider their high-walled perimeters, which were reported to be aiding crime. • Properties valued at R1m-and-under saw acceleration in their value. • The trend towards smaller homes grew as urban land scarcity put pressure on property values.

2013

Average residential property price: R888 160 Average house price growth: 5.9% OVERVIEW: Continued low-interest rates assisted a property market still plagued by slow house price growth. Affordability and over-indebtedness were still problems for South African households. Homes remained on the market for longer. Socio-economic issues, including ongoing violent strike action, rand weakness and high inflation rates, impacted the market heavily. The property market this year was predicted to peak in 2018.

TRENDS: • The appeal of security estates continued to grow. • The buy-to-let market weakened. • Property economist Erwin Rode said purchasers, unless buying property with cash, should rather rent. • Despite woes, consumer confidence improved. • The sectional title market saw increased activity. • Some areas saw improvement in the luxury segment. • International buyers started to re-enter the market. • Technology started to make a bigger impact on the property market. • Green trends became a hotter topic.

2012

Average residential property price: R838791 Average house price growth: 6.2% OVERVIEW: Property buying trends reflected the macro-economic situation and declining affordability levels of households, much of this due to the running costs associated with property. Wage increases were also smaller. Desperate sellers flooded the market, offering properties at knock-down prices. Average house prices continued to increase. Home loan approval rates also increased, with some figures putting this rise at almost 50% year-on-year. TRENDS: : • Affordable housing continued to outperform other property segments. • There was an oversupply in the sectional title market, making full title homes more popular. • Political instability and talk of land reform affected foreign property investment. • Home security measures remained good selling points. • The number of residential building-plan approvals was higher than the previous year. • Residential construction picked up. • The state channelled money into low-income housing and upgrading informal settlements.

2011

Average residential property price: R789 837 Average house price growth: 2.7% OVERVIEW: Although the property market was still considered to be suffering the effects of the recession, signs of improvement were evident, giving buyers just a small window of opportunity before prices were expected to rise again. Some buyers held back, thinking prices would decline. The introduction of the Consumer Protection Act made it more difficult for banks to approve large home loans. TRENDS: • The number of black home buyers continued to increase, exceeding the number of white buyers. • Sellers were forced to drop asking prices as homes stayed on the market longer. • Retirement property development started to gain momentum. • Eco-estates gained popularity. • Many sellers turned to auctions to achieve better sale prices but some held on to properties, waiting for the market to improve. • Average house prices are based on FNB house price growth data


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TOP TIPS FOR FIRST-TIME PROPERTY SELLERS Selling your first property is a huge milestone on any property journey. It can be an emotional process, but it should never feel overwhelming, complicated or stressful. Here are our tips for navigating a property sale for the first time with minimal anxiety and maximum success. Know your worth The first step for anyone even vaguely considering selling a property should always be to get an up-to-date professional valuation. Better yet: get two or three of them, from a variety of reputable estate agencies. That way, you have solid confirmation that you’re in the right price ballpark. This process is also beneficial as you can get to know a few agents who might be a good fit to handle your sale. Valuations can provide very useful insight into the skills and experience of an agent. A good valuation should include hard market data and statistics as well as more intuitive information based on an agent’s hands-on experience with buyers, sellers and the market in your area. Price recommendations should always be supported by a comparative market analysis showing exactly how a property compares to its competition. Choose your agent wisely While knowledge, skill and experience are vital, they are definitely not the only attributes to look out for when selecting an estate agent. As a seller, you’ll be working very closely with your agent for some time. That makes finding a good personality fit just as important as finding the right professional credentials. Sole mandates typically deliver the best sales experiences, but sellers need to check their agent’s mandate agreement before signing. You need to be comfortable with your chosen agent’s marketing approach, cancellation policies and timelines. If you’re unclear on any of the details, don’t be shy to ask for clarification.

If there are any material defects that could deter buyers, it’s probably worth fixing that immediately, but otherwise, it’s usually best to avoid major renovations right before a sale. Stick to budget-friendly updates in strategic areas like kitchens, living rooms and the master bedroom. If you’re not sure whether a specific fix or update is worthwhile, run it by your agent first – they’ll be able to give valuable insight into how any changes might affect a sale. Did you know: First impressions count – adding curb appeal to your property by planting flowers at your entryway, trimming and tidying your garden and making your front door bright and welcoming can deeply influence buyers. Understand the sales process The better a seller understands the sales process – and their role and responsibilities within it – the better their chance of a favourable sale. Rather sit down with an estate agent to make sure expectations line up with reality. Sellers need to know much more than just the contractual sales process. They need to understand how long the property might be on the market, what options they have if their property doesn’t get enough attention, how often they’ll need to hold show houses, and what they can expect during negotiations. Sellers also need to be aware of their maintenance responsibilities before transfer and understand the potential implications of things like latent and patent defects. The right real estate agent will explain all these details and more. Spread the word While your real estate agent should have an extensive marketing plan for your property, it's still important for sellers to spread the word in their personal capacity.

Did you know: Many sellers ask their conveyancing attorneys to check all salesrelated contracts (including mandate agreements) for red flags before signing.

It’s not just about widening the pool of potential buyers, although word-of-mouth referrals are certainly valuable. Sharing personal insights into a home can also be a great way to help buyers form their own emotional connection with the property, making it more likely that they will make a competitive offer. Go ahead and share your listing on social media with a short, personal description of the property and the lifestyle it offers – it could be just the nudge a buyer needs to make an enquiry.

Get your home market-ready A little bit of sprucing up is always a good idea before a sale, but sellers should not go overboard on repairs and renovations.

Thinking of selling? Take that first step and get in touch with us to book a free, no-obligation valuation. Contact us on 021 658 7100, email marketing@rawsonproperties.com or visit www.rawson.co.za

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EXPECTED COMPLETION MID 2022

27 UNITS SOLD R54 MILLION IN VALUE

PRICED FROM

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BLOUBERG

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Mike: 082 555 5390 | Leon: 071 564 5931 Office: 021 557 5514

5 MINUTE WALK TO THE BEACHFRONT A selection of 17 spacious 1 & 2 bedroomed apartments with balconies. A beach lifestyle with spectacular sunsets and access to Blouberg's world famous kite surfing beach

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ON SHOW THIS SUNDAY 9 MAY 2021, 2PM - 5PM 5 UNITS LEFT

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BLOUBERGRANT BEACHFRONT

A choice of 12 two & three bedroom luxury apartments, and a spacious 3 bedroom penthouse with built-in braai. All apartments include a secure double garage.

PRICED FROM

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(NO TRANSFER DUTY PAYABLE)

Mike: 082 555 5390 | Tracy: 083 303 1066 Gary: 083 258 2845 | Office: 021 557 5514

BEACHFRONT DEVELOPMENT Two Bedroom Apartments From R3,100,000 VAT Incl.

*GROUND FLOOR UNIT, FULLY FURNISHED

PENTHOUSE Spacious partially furnished 3 bedroom penthouse with uninterrupted views of the sea, Robben Island and Table Mountain. Spectacular family room with built-in bar and braai. R7,850,000 VAT Incl.

VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT READY FOR OCCUPATION ONLY 4 LEFT

Mike: 082 555 5390 | Melinda: 078 342 6678 Terri: 083 270 6900 | Office: 021 557 5514

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RESERVE PRICE: R1,975,000

RESERVE PRICE: R1,770,000

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RICHWOOD

WEB REF: 1091934

CONVENIENT CONTEMPORARY LIVING. Address: De Zicht, Sylvia Street, Richwood. Unit size: 106m2. This beautiful ground-floor apartment consists of three bedrooms, main en-suite, and one family bathroom. Features include an open-plan lounge and dining area, a fully fitted kitchen, a private garden, and covered parking for two vehicles. Situated in a secure estate, this property is guarded twenty-four hours a day with controlled access. Expected opening bid: R1.9 mil. LUCILLE PARKER 065 957 4117 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

WOODSTOCK

SECURE ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENT. Address: Woodstock Quarter Victoria Road, Woodstock. Unit size: 45m2. Come and view this upmarket one bedroom apartment with one bathroom. There is an open-plan lounge and fully-fitted kitchen, as well as a small private balcony. Two secure basement parking bays are included in the sale, as well as all furniture. Expected opening bid: R1.75 mil. DIANA 083 260 2343 / CHARMAINE 083 261 9080 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

RESERVE PRICE: R2,600,000

RESERVE PRICE: R1,850,000

ALL OFFERS WILL BE REVIEWED

ALL OFFERS WILL BE REVIEWED

CENTURY CITY

WEB REF: 1097904

SECURE TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT. Address: Waters Edge, Century Boulevard, Century City. Unit size: 74m2. This modern apartment has everything you need with two bedroom, two bathrooms, openplan lounge and a dining room. There is a fully-fitted kitchen, a small private balcony, secure basement parking and 24hr security. Potential rental income R12 000 per month. Expected opening bid: R2.58 mil. DIANA: 083 260 2343 / CHARMAINE: 083 261 9080 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

CENTURY CITY

SHANNON CLAASSEN 084 701 2865 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

RESERVE PRICE: R1,900,000

ALL OFFERS WILL BE REVIEWED

ALL OFFERS WILL BE REVIEWED

WEB REF: 1100918

SECURE TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT. Address: Cascades Terraces, Waterfront Road, Tyger Valley. Unit size: 65m2. Two-bedroom apartment. One full bathroom. Open plan lounge, dining room and fullyfitted kitchen. Balcony that can allow for gas braai. Secure undercover parking. Communal pool. Guarded twenty-four hours. Controlled access. Expected opening bid: R1.1 mil. WALTER HANSBY 082 907 2333 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

WEB REF: 1096100

SECURE ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENT. Address: Knightsbridge, Century City Drive, Century City. Unit size: 50m2. One-bedroom apartment. One full bathroom. Open plan lounge and fully-fitted kitchen. Balcony with views. Secure undercover parking. Communal pool and braai area. Guarded twenty-four hours. Expected opening bid: R1,75 mil.

RESERVE PRICE: R1,150,000

TYGER VALLEY

WEB REF: 1098938

GREEN POINT

WEB REF: 1101231

FIRST FLOOR, THREE-BEDROOM APARTMENT. Address: Quartette Flats, Ravenscraig Road, Green Point. Unit size: 73m2. Three-bedroom apartment. One bathroom. Open plan lounge and dining room. Fully-fitted kitchen. Balcony with great views. On-street parking. Controlled access and intercom system. This apartment is situated in a private block of four apartments. Expected opening bid: R1,85 mil.

WALTER HANSBY 082 907 2333 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

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RESERVE PRICE: R3,500,000 ALL OFFERS WILL BE REVIEWED

BISHOPSCOURT VILLAGE

WEB REF: 1096458

STUNNING, FULLY MODERNIZED FAMILY HOME WITH UNINTERRUPTED MOUNTAIN VIEWS. Address: Upper Noreen Avenue, Bishopscourt Village. Erf size: 535m2. Three bedrooms, all en-suite, large study/family room/TV room separated from the lounge by french doors. There is an open-plan kitchen, dining-room, adjacent library and separate scullery. The spacious lounge has a gas fireplace leading to a large patio with enclosed barbecue and retractable awnings, underfloor heating, paradox alarm system, fibre and Jo-Jo tanks. Two separate-entrance flats generating R19 525 per month. The property is situated adjacent to a park and the Liesbeek River, allowing for easy access to multiple river walks. Recent upgrades to the value of R3.5 million. HANS BUYS: 082 964 6852 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

PINELANDS

STUNNING THREE-BEDROOM HOUSE. Address: Forest Drive, Pinelands Erf size: 833m2. Ask us about this three-bedroom house. There is one family bathroom, a spacious lounge and dining room, a fully fitted kitchen a study, and a scullery. The garden is well maintained garden, and there is also a braai and pool area. Features include a double garage and secure parking for two vehicles. Expected opening bid: R3.45 mil. JACQUES VAN DER HAAR: 068 263 3398 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

RESERVE PRICE: R3,973,000

RESERVE PRICE: R9,000,000

ALL OFFERS WILL BE REVIEWED

ALL OFFERS WILL BE REVIEWED

TOKAI

WEB REF: 1098832

SECURE THREE-BEDROOM FAMILY HOME. Address: Anderson Close, Tokai. Erf size: 981m2. View this home with three-bedrooms, two en-suite, and one family bathroom. The open-plan lounge and dining area has a fireplace. This is a great family home with a fully-fitted kitchen, a garden, pool and braai area. Parking is available in the double garage as well as secure spaces for four vehicles. Expected opening bid: R3,9 mil. BARRY NEFDT 083 610 0778 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

WEB REF: 1091934

HOUT BAY

WEB REF: 1101230

FAMILY HOME WITH SPRAWLING BAY VIEWS. Address: Nooitgedacht Drive, Valley Estate, Hout Bay. Erf size: 2779m2. Here is a spacious family home with three en-suite bedrooms. Entrance and basement area with library/games room. Split reception areas with full sea and mountain views. Fully-fitted kitchen with a laundry/pantry area. Solar heated pool and a designer built-in braai. Three-roomed cottage and two roomed flatlet, each with separate entrances. Expected opening bid: R8,7 mil. ILDA: 084 762 7195 / JENNI: 067 165 3737 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

RESERVE PRICE: R2,000,000

RESERVE PRICE: R1,400,000

ALL OFFERS WILL BE REVIEWED

SALT RIVER

WEB REF: 1100477

MODERN RENOVATED DOUBLE STORY HOUSE. Address: Fenton Road, Salt River. Erf size: 121m2. Four-bedroom, double-storey house. Main en-suite and one family bathroom. Spacious open-plan lounge, dining room and fully-fitted kitchen. Extra features include, two geysers, linen cupboard, laundry room and a small patio area. Off street parking. Expected opening bid: R1.9 mil. ILDA 084 762 7195 / JENNI 067 165 3737 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

SAN REMO

WEB REF: 1098925

BEAUTIFUL RENOVATED TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE. Address: San Remo Avenue, Strandfontein. Erf size: 314m2. Two-bedroom house with one bathroom, a cozy lounge and kitchen with BICs. There is a spacious yard, single garage and secure parking for two vehicles. Two separate dwellings with separate entrances provide a potential rental income of R8 000 per month. Expected opening bid: R1.3 mil.

JUDY BURROWS: 082 836 1055 OFFICE: 079 980 3457

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PROTEA HEIGHTS - R2,999,000

WEB REF: 1076265

SECURE LIVING. Perfect house in the perfect estate, close to schools and shopping centres. Situated in the heart of Protea Heights with easy access to the Bottelary Road. This mansion is a must view!

JACQUES LE SUEUR: 083 685 6548 OFFICE: 021 204 8555

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VREDEKLOOF - R2,950,000

WEB REF: 1087864

THE ONE YOU HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR. This is the place where you can let your creativity and imagination flow with a property that offers all the potential you will ever need! Situated perfectly with easy access to all main roads and close to shopping centres. Here you can make your family’s dream come true! JASON THIART: 084 827 0423 OFFICE: 021 204 8555

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MORGENSTER HEIGHTS - R2,599,000

WEB REF: 1088352

ALL-IN-ONE. Space, harmony and family all in one. This home is in the heart of Morgenster Heights, Brackenfell on a 741m² plot. On entry, it offers an enchanting garden behind glass bricks that light up at night. MOEGAMAT SAMUELS: 078 218 7141 OFFICE: 021 204 8555

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AS GOOD AS IT GETS. Absolute stunner of an apartment situated in the popular Vredekloof Square. Have the time of your life in one of the most spacious apartments in town. It offers a single lockup garage as well. JASON THIART: 084 827 0423 OFFICE: 021 204 8555

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BRACKENFELL SOUTH - R1,599,000

WEB REF: 1098684

FACE-BRICK GEM NOT TO BE MISSED. This ideal low-maintenance lock-up-and-go home is situated in the heart of Brackenfell South in a quiet neighbourhood.

IVAN JVR: 072 508 4635 OFFICE: 021 204 8555

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VREDEKLOOF - R1,250,000

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SPRINGBOK PARK - R970,000

WEB REF: 1089116

NEAT TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT. Full bathroom and open-plan kitchen. Secure parking.

JANINE HAYES: 060 390 6981 OFFICE: 021 204 8555

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STELLENDALE, KUILS RIVER - R1,150,000

WEB REF: 1096304

THREE BEDROOM HOUSE IN STELLENDALE VILLAGE. This lovely semi-detached house in Stellendale village is located in a secure complex with 24 hour security access control at the gate. It’s great as a start-up or for down-scaling. JANINE DANIELS: 062 965 2428 OFFICE: 021 671 3698

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FORESHORE, CAPE TOWN - R1,750,000

WEB REF: 1101043

ICON - FORESHORE. One-bedroom apartment available at the Icon Building in the Foreshore area. The property features an open-plan kitchen with granite tops and and plumbing point. The dining room and lounge area opens up onto the deck which features pool and communal seating areas. A spacious bedroom has BIC, and the bathroom has a bath and a shower which can be accessed directly via the bedroom. IRWIN HEINRICH: 072 606 8465 OFFICE: 021 671 3698

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ENTERTAINER’S DREAM. This well-planned and secure family home has it all. Situated close to main routes as well as primary and high schools in a sought after pocket of Diep River, this home offers everything. There is room galore for the kids and fur babies. For the adults, there is ample entertaining space. From the moment you walk through the automated pedestrian gate, you will feel at home in the sprawling manicured gardens. FRANSWA FERNANDEZ: 084 962 5066 OFFICE: 021 671 3698

WEB REF: 1099942

MODERN SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME. This modern three-bedroom family home is in the well-established Heathfield. It is move-in ready and waiting for you. Perfect for entertainers, the open-plan dining and lounge area lead to a fitted kitchen. The three bedrooms all have BICs. FRANSWA FERNANDEZ: 084 962 5066 OFFICE: 021 671 3698

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DIEP RIVER - R23,000 P/M

HEATHFIELD - R2,195,000

FORESHORE, CAPE TOWN - R3,450,000

WEB REF: 1099423

IDEAL LOCK-UP-AND-GO APARTMENT. This modern-day high rise apartment located on the 14th floor of the Radisson Blu Hotel gives you the ideal lock-up-and-go lifestyle. Featuring two bedrooms, two bathrooms and two secure basement parking bays. The open-plan lounge area has large windows which show off the beautiful views: Table Mountain, the CBD and Signal Hill. QUIESTO SPIERINGSHOEK: 066 292 7500 OFFICE: 021 671 3698

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CLAREMONT - R13,000 P/M

WEB REF: 1098893

TWO-BEDROOM COTTAGE IN CLAREMONT. This beautifully modernised cottage in a quiet cluster off Iman Horan in Claremont, has a fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower over bath, large living room and two wellsized bedrooms. The bedrooms lead of the central lounge with french doors to a quiet garden space. The kitchen flows out to the patio with an entertainment area, built-in braai and covered area just waiting for you to entertain. MARLON FERNANDEZ: 081 350 3170 OFFICE: 021 671 3698

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GREEN POINT - R2,400,000

WEB REF: 1084374

SUPER CENTRALLY SITUATED. Open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area with enclosed balcony. There is a large bedroom with built-in cupboards. Airbnb possibility. Cat friendly.

FRANK: 071 119 6622 OFFICE: 021 434 2000

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WEB REF: 1098089

FRONT-FACING APARTMENT WITH PARQUET FLOORING. The main bedroom and marvellous lounge lead onto a very spacious outside terrace. Perfect for entertainment and a braai. Pets are allowed on BC approval. FRANK: 071 119 6622 OFFICE: 021 434 2000

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CITY CENTRE - R1,350,000

WEB REF: 1098091

SECURE YOUR OWN HOTEL ROOM. Be part of this stylish lifestyle in the heart of the city. Fullyfurnished bachelor apartment in the Hollow on the Square Hotel with space to erect a kitchenette.

FRANK: 071 119 6622 OFFICE: 021 434 2000

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GREEN POINT - R4,495,000

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CITY CENTRE - R1,500,000

WEB REF: 1076932

LOFT-STYLE CITY LIVING. This spacious studio apartment has an industrial look and feel with exposed face brick walls, terracotta tiles throughout and high ceilings.

FRANK: 071 119 6622 OFFICE: 021 434 2000

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CAMPS BAY - R14,995,000

WEB REF: 1099583

OPEN THE DOOR TO WHERE PARADISE AWAITS. This sea-facing, spacious apartment promises endless views of the Camps Bay Platinum Mile strip. Move-in, resting assured that you will only be surrounded by fun. MARCELLE: 083 298 8580 ARNOLD: 072 592 5487

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GREEN POINT - R2,700,000

WEB REF: 1086024

LOFT-STYLE DOUBLE-VOLUME APARTMENT. Includes secure covered parking bay plus a 9m2 store room. Currently tenanted making this an ideal investment buy. Not pet friendly.

FRANK: 071 119 6622 MARYNA: 082 858 9289

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ZONNEBLOEM - R2,495,000

WEB REF: 1098674

THREE-BEDROOM SPACIOUS DUPLEX WITH PRIVATE GARDEN. 120m² underroof, 60 upstairs and 60 down stairs, one automated lock-up garage, 38m² front garden with water feature and pet friendly.

REZA DANIELS: 0761842563 OFFICE: 021 462 2116

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WEB REF: 1090499

TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR SALE IN GARDENS. Character two-bedroom home in a prime location in Gardens. Great semi-detached house with loads of character, charm and ample opportunity to add your unique style. There are two secure off-street parking bays with electric gates. Erf size: 190m2. Zoning: general residential 4. TERENCE RICE: 0823721607 OFFICE: 021 462 2116

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OTTERY - R995,000

WEB REF: 1101329

ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH PRIVATE GARDEN. Perfect for a couple or as an investment property, this apartment was originally a two-bedroom apartment that can easily be converted back. No transfer duties. REZA: 076 184 2563 OFFICE: 021 462 2116

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WYNBERG - R450,000 TO R800,000 NO TRANSFER DUTY, TENANTED OR VACANT APARTMENTS FOR SALE IN GRAND CENTRAL. Become a property owner with no negative financial risk. The Grand Central development in Wynberg offers buyers the opportunity to pay off their bond amount through lease agreements immediately. TOYER KERAAN: 071 620 6867 OFFICE: 021 462 2116

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CONSTANTIA - R4,995,000

WOODSTOCK - R1,395,000

CONSTANTIA PLOT, A HIDDEN GEM. Nestled amongst the trees with views across Constantia Valley, all the way to the surrounding mountain tops. Positioned in close proximity to Virgin Active Gym and Constantia Village. A must-see!

WELL-PRESENTED, ELEGANT TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT IN WOODSTOCK. Situated in Upper Woodstock, Cape Town’s oldest suburb boasts an incredible mix of diversity. Cultures combine to make this neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts, and design providing that sense of inner-city living.

ALISDAIR CROFTON: 072 416 1491 OFFICE: 021 462 2116

YAGHYA DAMON: 084 407 6689 OFFICE: 021 462 2116

WEB REF: 1099318

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WEDDING VENUE, ACCOMMODATION, CONFERENCE HALL, RESTAURANTS & LOOSE ASSETS ON 2.3 HA PROPERTY -

NEXT TO THE R563, MULDERSDRIFT/ KRUGERSDORP

ONLINE BIDDING: 12:00 25-26 MAY 2021 BID AND REGISTER: www.vansauctions.co.za AUCTION OF: PROPERTY AND LOOSE ASSETS EXCELLENT LOCATION- DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL WEB21/0007

Remainder of Portion 93 of farm Paardeplaats 177 Extent: 2,3391 ha IMPROVEMENTS: - Wedding chapel - Outside marquees tent - Reception hall with bathrooms & kitchen - Office - 2 restaurants with kitchens - House with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, double garage - workers accommodation - 4 x small 1 bedroom flats ALL LOOSE ASSETS AS ONE LOT: Complete list on request: Pulpit, chairs, tables, bougainvillas, benches, catering equipment, bar counter, couches, cutlery, crockery, shelving, ornaments and more. PROPERTY & LOOSE ASSETS OFFERED JOINTLY AS WELL Auctioneer’s note: Ideal for a new business venture or development opportunity!

R100,000 registration fee. 10% Deposit & buyer’s commission plus VAT: Bidders to register & supply proof of identity and residence. Regulations to Consumer Protection Act: www.vansauctions.co.za, Rules of Auction to be viewed at 36 Gemsbok Street, Koedoespoort Industrial, Pretoria. Tel 086 111 8267 | Auctioneer: Martin Pretorius


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LIQUIDATION AUCTION !!

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY WITH WORKSHOP, OFFICES & LOOSE ASSETS, VEHICLES, DECO FURNITURE, WOODWORK MACHINERY, STOCK ETC. KEW, WYNBERG AREA, JOHANNESBURG- ONLINE AUCTION In liquidation: Efam Distributors CC, Master’s ref: T522/21

ONLINE BIDDING: 12:00 26-27 MAY 2021 BID AND REGISTER: www.vansauctions.co.za

AUCTION OF PROPERTY & LOOSE ASSETS: 86, 12TH ROAD, KEW, WYNBERG AREA INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY WITH GOOD IMPROVEMENTS, EXCELLENT POTENTIAL !

86, 12TH ROAD, KEW, WYNBERG AREA,

JOHANNESBURG Extent: ± 1487 m². Gross rental anual income potential: R424,511 Improvements: (1043 m²) - Workshop ± 880 m² - Offices ± 92 m² - Lean-to awning 71 m² - 2 Industrial roller doors on the side of the building with 1 being under the lean-to awning. Auctioneer’s note: Located in established industrial area to the north of Johannesburg CBD. An excellent buy and good investment!

VEHICLES, TRIALERS, BRAND NEW DECO FURNITURE, WOODWORK MACHINERY, WOODEN OFF CUTS AND MORE

Ÿ Astro wooden saw Ÿ General stock, clothes etc

Ÿ Massonite sheets, wooden

boxes and plastic chairs

Ÿ Stock in the warehouse

chipboard, soft board, containers and boxes

Ÿ 2016 Chevrolet 1.4 Utility

with Canopy

Ÿ 2013 Diamond Trailers

Double Quad Trailer Ÿ 2009 Engelbrecht trailer flat deck

Ÿ 2017 Kia Rio 1.4 Tec A/T,

A/C

Ÿ Plastic & wooden chairs, bar Ÿ Equipment and machinery chairs & office chairs Ÿ Wheel barrow board boxes & scaffolding Ÿ Laptop, CD player & tuners Ÿ Wooden sheets, cutŸ Used chip boards, ladders offs, glass sheets etc. & amplifier, chip board Ÿ Generators Ÿ Leather rolls, prefab chip

& gas braai

boxes & scrap wood

R50,000 Registration fee, Loose assets, full purchase price, plus commission plus Vat. Property: 10% deposit. Viewing: By appointment. Bidders must register and furnish proof of identity and residence. Regulations of the Consumer Protection Act: www.vansauctions.co.za. Auction rules can be viewed at 36 Gemsbok Street, Koedoespoort, Pretoria Right is reserved to add, combine and remove lots. Tel 086 111 8267 | Auctioneer: Martin Pretorius

BIDDERS TO REGISTER ONLINE, REGISTRATION FEE OF R50,000 PAYABLE VIA EFT ONLY, FICA DOCS REQUIRED TO BE ABLE TO REGISTER. RIGHT RESERVED TO ADD, REMOVE OR COMBINE LOTS.

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ONLINE INSOLVENCY AUCTION!! 3 BEDROOM DUPLEX IN SECURE COMPLEX MORELETA PARK, PRETORIA!! Insolvent Estate: A Greyling, Master’s ref: T401/2020

ONLINE BIDDING: 12:00, 25-26 MAY 2021 BID AND REGISTER: www.vansauctions.co.za AUCTION OF: UNIT 43 THE ORCHARD, 250 TIMBAVATI STREET, MORELETA PARK EXTENSION 67 WEB20/0170

Extent: ± 194 m². Improvements: 3 bedrooms, 1 en suite, guest toilet, 2 bathrooms, lounge, dining room, kitchen, study,double garage with electric motor, veranda and established garden. Auctioneer’s note: Spacious duplex in popular Moreleta Park and secure Estate.

R100,000 registration fee, 10% deposit plus commission: Bidders to register & supply proof of identity and residence. Regulations to Consumer Protection Act: www.vansauctions.co.za Rules of Auction to be viewed at 36 Gemsbok Street, Koedoespoort Industrial, Pretoria. Tel 086 111 8267 | Auctioneer: Anton Shand

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KLOOF (GOLF COURSE AREA) R4 250 000

UNBELIEVABLE VALUE... 4/5 BEDROOM FAMILY HOME ++ SEPARATE 2 BED COTTAGE Seeing in believing..... this is a large family winner!! MAIN HOUSE has 4/5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 lounges, separate dining room, large gourmet kitchen, 2 covered entertainment patios overlooking level established garden with pool. Double garage & tandem carport. COTTAGE has large open plan lounge/granite kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Single auto garage & carport. Call AMANDA 079 528 0942 VIEW BY APPOINTMENT

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WATERFALL AREA/CRESTVIEW R1 295 000

HILLCREST R1 895 000 (RETIREMENT)

ABSOLUTE BARGAIN!! All newly painted - nothing to compare in the area. This double-storey cottage was originally thatch - now covered, but retains thatch character. Downstairs has 2 bedrooms (bic’s), a full bathroom, open-plan granite kitchen and cosy living area with fireplace. Upstairs is spacious enough for 3rd bedroom plus lounge or office. All set on level ½ acre with room to build a large home. To view, call ANN 072 425 9411 • Web: 100872177

RETIRE IN STYLE - POPULAR GREEN MEADOW COUNTRY ESTATE At last - a 2 bed garden apartment!! Modern with loads of extras - this end unit has a stunning Caesar-stone kitchen, large living area, with enclosed sun-lounge, 2 large beds, bathroom with shower, dbl vanity and heated towel rails. A 2nd toilet, clear-view burglar strips & fitted blinds are extras. 2 Carports, a lock-up storeroom, garden on 2 sides. Superb facilities include heated pool, Clubhouse, library, clinic sister, hairdresser. Fibre & DSTV connections. Call DEBBIE 082 903 2024 • Web: 109653290

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SOLE MANDATE

HILLCREST CENTRAL R2 295 000

HIGHBURY SCHOOL AREA - FREESTANDING - LOW LEVY! Super-secure Estate. This fully tiled home has just been freshly painted inside & out, and the large driveway newly tarred. 3 Beds, 2 baths (new en-suite), large open plan granite kitchen, double auto garage and a fully walled garden. 2 Small dogs allowed, no cats. Walk to all amenities. Call DEBBIE 082 903 2024 • Web: 109099251


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Tel: 031 764 7996 Cell: 083 562 3630 www.pixiegestates.co.za | lara@pixiegestates.co.za Friendly and professional

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DUAL MANDATE

DRUMMOND 3 DWELLINGS, R5,400,000

MAGNIFICENT PROPERTY IN A SUPERB POSITION IN THE INCREASINGLY POPULAR AREA OF DRUMMOND Easy & convenient access to the N3 and Old Main Road. House 4x bedrooms | House 3x bedrooms | Cottage bedroom | 6 Large stables | Huge storage area| Large paddocks | A sand arena. So many options – residence for extended family, guest house, rental income, Air bnb, riding school, equestrian estate, conference or wedding venues… The possibilities are endless. Contact today to arrange a view and bring your offer you will want too!! Call LARA 083 562 3630 • Web Ref: 571


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FEW T S LA THE M FRO PER O L E DEV

Freestanding 3 bedroom homes from R3 450 000 You could own a modern Farm Style home in the heart of the economic stronghold Sunshine on your face and grass under your bare feet! This is how you’re supposed to live Your own garden, lock-up double garages and spacious rooms Communal Park and Pool

Call now 081 281 3960 to view by appointment! www.woodland.co.za | info@woodland.co.za 2 Woodlands Close, Prestondale, Umhlanga

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KLOOF / PADFIELD PARK LIVE THE LIFE YOU'VE IMAGINED

FROM R1 450 000 NO TRANSFER DUTY

BUSHWILLOW VALLEY IV

OVER 50s LEISURE LIFESTYLE ESTATE NOW SELLING OFF-PLAN 2 & 3 Bedroom Sectional Title Units Now selling off-plan, in a variety of different size and layout design options, Bushwillow Valley IV offers 16 two and three-bedroom sectional title units in the heart of Greenhaven Estate. Featuring contemporary country-style architecture, these spacious, single-level units come with an open-plan design and a selection of modern finishes.

LEISURE LIFESTYLE ESTATE FOR OVER 50s

BOOK AN ESTATE TOUR / CALL 079 046 1441 / GREENHAVENESTATE.CO.ZA


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LIVE AND WEBCAST AUCTION OBO the Provisional Liquidators of Gigatrans Pty Ltd (In Prov. Liquidation), Master’s Ref. no: N47/2019/PMB

Auction of a ±1620m² (GLA) prime industrial property with ±4300m² concrete yard area 27 Portland Road, Mkondeni, Pietermaritzburg

AUCTION DETAILS: TUES, 18 TH MAY 2021 COMMENCING AT 10H30 47 OHRTMANN ROAD, PMB with an opportunity to bid Online https://bidlive.maskell.co.za Download our APP “Peter Maskell Auctioneers” – from IOS or the Play Store OR visit https://bidlive.maskell.co.za For further details contact Danielle on 033 3971190 | 082 801 6827 or email: danielle@maskell.co.za or view our website www.maskell.co.za - R50 000 to obtain Buyer's Card (via EFT) - 10% Deposit payable on fall of the hammer - 5% +VAT commission payable by purchaser on date of auction - Sale is subject to confirmation - Above subject to change without prior notice (E&OE) – TO BE SOLD WITHOUT VACANT OCCUPATION

AUCTIONS There is a commonly held belief that property auctions are a good place to pick up a bargain because auctioneers often handle sales in execution / property reposessions / liquidations. Our dedicated auction section allows auctioneers to showcase their properties to buyers looking for these bargains. THE AUCTION SECTION OF THE PORTAL OFFERS: • Advice to buyers • Auction news • Recommended auctioneers to deal with • Diary of upcoming auctions Contact LEIGH to get your listings visible 074 991 3373 or leigh@property360.co.za

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HOME LOANS

Now is the time to find out how much you qualify for as the repo rate is at a record low. Celestine is always available to take your call and guide you through the process from application through to registration. She will pre-qualify you for a home loan before you start house hunting. A pre-approval is very useful when house hunting as it helps the agent narrow down which properties to show you and not waste unnecessary time. Complete one application and she will apply to all 4 major banks and negotiate the best interest rate on your behalf. Call her for quick and efficient service Please feel free to contact Celestine at any time on 084 559 1786 | celestine@property360.co.za

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