Edition 19 of 2004, Friday 21 May 2004
Yebo! South Africa is to host!
This must have been the biggest news this week but it was not all. An official of the Department of Minerals and Energy confirmed on Tuesday that soaring international crude oil prices could drive local fuel prices up by between 30 to 40 cents a litre, taking it to R5.
We also read about the prediction made by a German royal expert that Britain's Prince Charles and his long-time companion Camilla Parker-Bowles will marry in Scotland in the coming autumn.
And on a sad note we read that more than 80 cases of child abuse are reported in South Africa's capital, Pretoria, each month.
Today in CyberProp.com you are going to read about the following:
Not too be missed is a flow diagram taking you through the process of buying a property.
Once again a newsletter packed with valuable information. Enjoy!
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1 US$ equals 6.9 SA rand
Ive come to the conclusion that property in South Africa is now among the best bargains in the world, in both absolute and relative terms.
Everything in South Africa is cheap right now.
A meal will cost you about a third of what youd pay for the same thing in the United States.
Beachfront property is proportionately cheaper again. More like 5% to
10% of its U.S. equivalent...
|>> View from the Bridge|
Insights from Bridgeway Limited
Bond Switching Whats it all about?
The current environment has seen the lowering of interest rates combined with significant increases in the value of residential property in most areas. This has lead to a strong trend in the home-loan market where home-owners are:
re-financing their home-loans at highly competitive rates; and
|>> Is mortgage insurance essential?|
believe the South African property market is still booming, with many
properties enjoying up to 20 percent year-on-year increase in value. Amidst
this growth, there is an increasing need for property buyers to understand
the risks associated with property ownership. Raising the awareness amongst
homeowners will hopefully change consumer behaviour and help eradicate
|>> The buying process!|
Are you in the process of buying a property? The following flowchart gives a quick guide to the buying process.
|>> Focus on Polokwane - Pietersburg, Northern Province, South Africa|
Polokwane (Pietersburg) Pietersburg, Northern Province
Capital of Limpopo and ideally situated for game viewing, Kruger National
Park visits, cultural & historical experience and break-aways into
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"House hunting can be a fascinating activity its the only time that you can walk into a strangers home and snoop around without fear of arrest. But, as much as it may satisfy your voyeuristic traits it can also become a long and arduous task. Once you have found your perfect home there are more choices to be made; not least of which is finding the best deal on a bond.." says Iona Minton
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Brighten Up Your Winter Garden With colourful Berries
Just because the trees are bare and there is snow on the ground doesn't mean that your garden has to become a winter wasteland. A well-planned garden will provide year-round interest and visual treats. Many evergreens and hardy ornamental grasses can be quite stunning in the colder months.
But perhaps nothing can compare to the vibrant color of berries during the winter. Berry palates range from bright red to yellow to pale blue and white, so there is something sure to please your eye. Many berries will also attract a variety of birds to your garden. Here are a few suggestions for hardy berry-bearing beauties that can provide a bit of pizzazz to the drab winter landscape.
|>> The value of a well-built-lock-up-garage|
Never underestimate the value of a well-built lock-up garage - preferably for two cars or more - when selling a house or townhouse in the current market.
Dr Piet Botha, chairman of the Nationlink estate agency group, says changing
lifestyles and the popularity of twincab bakkies and other recreational
vehicles means that in many residential sales a good roomy garage has
moved up from a desirable feature to an essential requirement.
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|>> Atlas Properties interim distribution rises|
Property loan stock company Atlas Properties (ATS) has reported a total
distribution to unit holders of 41.8 cents per unit for the six months
to end-March 2004, up from 39.4 cents a unit for the comparable period
a year earlier.
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