(Legal) Durban’s estate agents were given a full insight into the benefits of referral networking by coaching expert Steven Johnstone at a jam-packed seminar in Westville this week. Johnstone, who runs Providence Coaching Systems, the country’s largest independent training provider to the real estate industry, told the more than 350 agents they could increase their incomes substantially, and even double it within 12 months, by developing sound referral networks. The seminar was co-sponsored by Providence and mortgage originator MortgageSA. With Steven Johnstone is (from left): Linda Rall, Barbara Patrick and Helen Perry (all of MortgageSA..
Submitted: 13 Mar 2007
Property Innovation – Gary Bailey
(World Cup) The 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa has become the driver for infrastructural change within our country, the upgrading of Eskom, the announcement of new and upgraded airports and lots more, writes by Gary Bailey in an article focusing on he 2010 World Cu
(World Cup) South Africa is in the midst of a fixed investment boom due to accelerating economic growth, but the greatest challenge for the property and construction sectors in the build-up to the World Cup will be managing industry constraints.
(World Cup) The financial benefits to South Africa during the period from the date the 2010 FIFA World Cup was awarded until years beyond the event will be significant, yet difficult to quantify, writes Wolf Cesman of Madison Property Fund Managers.
(World Cup) The opportunities presented by 2010 FIFA World Cup are compelling for the construction sector. Add to this the government’s commitment to infrastructure spending, and it is easy to see why the construction industry has not been this buoyant for decades –
(New Developments) Developers Indawo Investment Trust, who are associated with a number of residential developments such as Horizon View, Ridgeton Towers, The Palms and Ilala Ridge in Umhlanga, have now turned their attention towards the lower south coast with significant
Durban’s readiness for World Soccer Cup 2010 on track
(Building) DURBAN (March 24) - A progress report on preparations for the 2010 World Soccer Cup has placed Durban well ahead of other South African host cities, according to a front-page article in the March 22 edition of Metro Ezasegagasini newspaper.
(Special Report) JOHANNESBURG (March 28) - South Africans have dreamt of and worked towards the promise of the 2010 World Soccer Cup ever since hearing that the premier event had been awarded to the country.