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ERASMUSKLOOF SUBURB PROFILE

Posted by admin on October 22, 2018

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Erasmuskloof, a suburb in Pretoria East, is nestled in amongst Erasmusrand, Constantia Park, Waterkloof Ridge, Wingate Park and Elarduspark and it lies on the opposite side of the N1 Freeway from Waterkloof, in an area where you can still buy vacant land on which to build.

Major roads which enhance the location of Erasmuskloof are: Delmas Road which leads to Centurion, Rubenstein Road, Lois Avenue and Solomon Mahlangu Road. These roads are easy access routes to amenities such as schools, shopping centres, Golf courses and hospitals in the area. Hoërskool Waterkloof, Laerskool Elarduspark, Laerskool Monument Park and The Glen High School are popular schools in the area. Castle Walk Centre is situated to the east and Elardus Park Shopping Centre to the south, whilst Brooklyn and Menlyn shopping centres are within easy reach of Erasmuskloof. The suburb is home to the Mediclinic Kloof Hospital and Delmas Road provides easy access to the N1 Freeway to the west. Wingate Park and Waterkloof Golf Courses are in close proximity.

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KOEDOESPOORT SUBURB PROFILE

Posted by admin on October 12, 2018

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Koedoespoort Industrial
Koedoespoort Industrial is an established light industrial suburb in Pretoria, which accommodates a mix of tenants comprising panel beaters and light manufacturing or industrial supply businesses. There are also multi-use buildings which provide office and warehouse space.

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CAPE TOWN VALUATION ROLL 2018

Posted by admin on July 11, 2018

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The City of Cape Town General Valuation Roll 2018 is underway.
The revised municipal values will be implemented and effective as from 1 July 2019.

Get your property independently valued by a professional valuation company today, to avoid a potential inflated municipal valuation surprise next year, which means you would potentially be liable to pay an inflated monthly property rates expense.

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JOHANNESBURG VALUATION ROLL

Posted by admin on February 14, 2018

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The 2017 General Valuation Roll, conducted by the Johannesburg Metropolitan, has been completed and will be implemented as from 1 July 2018. The purpose of the valuation roll is to assess municipal valuations of all immovable property types, including residential, commercial, industrial and specialised properties, and such municipal valuations will be utilised to calculate property rates on your property for the next 4 years.

What does this mean for you, the property owner? Should your property be overvalued by the municipality, which may happen as there are thousands of properties to be valued, you will be required to pay an inflated property rates expense every month, based on the inflated municipal value.

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IRENE SUBURB PROFILE

Posted by admin on December 5, 2017

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Irene is a town which is well known for its farm like look and feel and country style living.  The town has seen an increase in development over the recent years, yet despite the growth, Irene is still know for the friendly atmosphere and sense of community.

Irene is situated in close proximity to the R21, N14 and N1 Freeways, which allows for easy access to Pretoria, Johannesburg, Lanseria Airport and OR Tambo International Airport. The area is comprised of residential security estates, consisting of large upper class full title residential properties such as: Irene Security Estate, Southdowns Residential Estate, Cornwall Hill Country Estate and 2 golf estates namely, Irene Country Club and Centurion Golf Estate. Irene Country Club is one of the oldest golf courses in the country.

Irene is a town with a lot of history and residents pride themselves in keeping the environment safe, secure and friendly. Some of the top historical features to see in Irene are: the Irene Concentration Camp National Heritage Site, the old Post Office and Train Station, the Irene Village Market and the Irene Dairy Farm where you can spend the day watching the cows get milked, have a bite to eat and buy fresh produce.

Our head office is located in close proximity to Irene. Having completed several valuations in the area makes Valuetec, Irene specialists. We provide professional and independent valuations of properties, so put your mind at ease and contact us today, whether you require a valuation to assist you in negotiations for the purchase or sale of a property in Irene, to ensure you pay or achieve the correct purchase or selling price.

We are able to advise whether certain renovations or additions you are contemplating will in fact add value to your property, or even provide recommendations as to how you can increase the value and saleability of your property.

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WATERKLOOF SUBURB PROFILE

Posted by admin on November 1, 2017

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Considered one of Pretoria’s most exclusive suburbs, Waterkloof is an established area housing some expensive real estate and several ambassadorial residences. It is a suburb known for its leafy look and the blossoming of Jacaranda trees which illuminates the streets of Waterkloof especially in the month of October.

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QUEENSWOOD ABOUT TO GET TRENDIER - QUEENSWOOD QUARTER

Posted by admin on October 25, 2017

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Queenswood Galleries and Shoprite Centre, adjacent buildings located on the corner of Soutpansberg Road and Stead Avenue in Queenswood, currently represent a ghost town as the tenants have vacated in order to allow for the redevelopment thereof, into a trendy cosmopolitan type shopping centre, known as Queenswood Quarter. Queenswood Quarter will be located across the road from Queens Corner Shopping Centre.

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HOW TO MAKE A WOODEN WALL

Posted by admin on July 7, 2017

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The video linked below shows you how to clad a wall with pallet wood and turn a fugly wall into a wooden accent wall. 
Simply build a frame by hammering pine bar into the wall using fluted masonry nails and then cut pallet wood to size and nail such to the frame using panel nails. And that's it! Now you know how to make a wooden wall out of pallet wood. Good luck!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFWQcK8bAxc

You don't have the energy or time to do it yourself? If you're in Pretoria, contact us and Valuetec Property Renovations will do it for you.


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TSHWANE MUNICIPAL VALUATION ROLL

Posted by admin on May 4, 2017

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Have your property independently valued

The 2016 General Valuation Roll, conducted by the Tshwane Metropolitan, has been completed and will be implemented as from 1 July 2017. The purpose of the valuation roll is to assess municipal valuations of all immovable property types, including residential, commercial, industrial and specialised properties, and such municipal valuations will be utilised to calculate property rates on your property for the next 4 years.

What does this mean for you, the property owner? Should your property be overvalued by the municipality, which may happen as there are thousands of properties to be valued, you will be required to pay an inflated property rates expense every month, based on the inflated municipal value.

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GROUTING, CLEANING & FINISHING (PART 7 OF 7)

Posted by admin on January 6, 2017

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Laying the tiles is only part of the job, so don’t forget to purchase grout from your local tile store.

Let the tile adhesive set for at least 2 days. You can purchase a faster setting adhesive, as mentioned in our previous article, but it is more difficult to work with because it dries more rapidly. Once the adhesive is completely dry, it’s time to start the grouting process.

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