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Private Property acquires Property Buyer Show

Private Property South Africa (Pty) Limited has acquired the Property Buyer Show, South Africa’s premier property expo, from media company Spintelligent.

Why you want your municipality to be financially independent

Municipalities are going to need to be creative if they want to sustain through tough economic conditions exacerbated by income losses from load-shedding, and increases in power costs from Eskom.

Value for money in Joburg’s northern suburbs

Within the northern suburbs of Johannesburg, residential properties priced up to R5 million are sought after, with the sweet spot being properties priced below R1.5 million.

Private Property Culture and Careers

Private Property is South Africa’s leading property website, find out more about our culture, teams and working with us.

Get your free tickets to the Property Buyer Show in Cape Town

As proud new owners of the Property Buyer Show, Private Property are giving away 350 FREE tickets to attend this exclusive property exhibition in Cape Town at the CTICC.

What does Moody’s delay mean for homeowners?

International credit ratings agency, Moody’s was scheduled to make an announcement on South Africa’s credit rating, but they haven’t done it yet. Why the delay?

How load shedding affects the residential market

The how’s and why’s of load shedding, and how it’s affecting the property market.

Property Advice

Now is the time to move for schools

If you need to relocate so you can get your child into a particular school next year, now’s the time to do so.

Downsizing tips for empty nesters

3 common mistakes that empty-nesters make when moving into a smaller home.

What is the National Credit Act?

Here’s what the NCA is all about, and how it protects consumers.

10 tips to save thousands when buying property

Often a first-time buyer or a property investor overlooks the “small stuff” and this can end up costing the property buyer thousands of Rands in the long run.

Property and tax benefits in the new financial year

Investing your money in property so that tax returns work in your favour.

10 tips for when the lights go out

Although the threat of load shedding seems to have faded for now, it’s always a good idea to stay prepared. Here are 10 ways you can stay load shedding-ready.

Choosing the retirement option that is right for you

When you retire from work, choosing where to spend the next phase of your life is probably the most important decision to make, and will depend on personal circumstances.

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