Creating a good first impression is easier than you might think
You really don’t have to break the bank to make your home more marketable. When preparing a property for sale it so often happens that home owners make the mistake of overinvesting in costly home improvements to make their homes more ‘sellable’.
Leaving the fast-paced electronic world behind in search of home comforts
In a fast-paced, electronic world trends from around the globe are reaching South Africa far quicker nowadays, even more so when it comes to décor and design.
A new year is rapidly approaching and what better way to celebrate the start of 2017 than with a new, fresh look for your home? Repainting is one of the easiest ways to spruce up a property and give it a much needed makeover. However, choosing the perfect colour can be a challenge, especially with today’s multidimensional property market with its ever-changing styles, preferences and trends.
In recognising the excellence of their innovative ‘I am Pam’ marketing campaign Pam Golding Properties has brought home the global award for Best International Real Estate Agency Marketing at the International Property Awards (IPA) 2016-2017 Grand Final held in London this week (12 December 2016).
The demand for residential property to let in various conveniently situated hubs around KwaZulu-Natal continues unabated, particularly among younger, career-minded buyers who may not yet have access to sufficient capital and credit in order to put down a deposit and acquire their own homes.
Former banker embraces new career in property sector
Pam Golding Properties has appointed Richard Smith as deputy manager of its Hyde Park office, the company’s single largest, and one of its top performing, branches in the country, it was announced today.
While political and economic uncertainty is likely to continue across the globe next year (2017), it is hoped that local economic growth will be modestly stronger, which will be more supportive for the South African housing market, says Dr Andrew Golding, CE of the Pam Golding Property group.
Situated less than 20km from Cape Town city centre, the industrial node of Elsies River has experienced a significant increase in demand for property – to a large degree attributable to the rejuvenation of the area through the recently implemented CID (City Improvement District).
Independent professional services consultancy Turner & Townsend has won the contract to fit out the new German Consulate in Roeland Park, Stirling Road, Cape Town, South Africa as part of a four-year global framework agreement for Germany’s embassies and consulates across the world.