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Do you live in a Burglary Hot Spot or a Suburb Safe Zone?

“If property owners do not take collective action as a neighbourhood community, the affect on everyone’s property values in that neighbourhood could be very negative”, says Cape Town real estate

Water Saving Tips

The City of Cape Town is currently implementing Level 2 Water restrictions. This is due in part to the low dam levels. It is everyone’s responsibility to save water. Here

8 Home Security Mistakes you’re Making

Every day we make mistakes that leave our homes vulnerable to a break-in. A burglar will always choose the easiest target and that’s good news for you – it means

Christmas Wishes

The Claremont Property blog and Chas Everitt would like to wish all the Claremont residents a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Love starts from your house, to your neighbourhood, to your

Level 2 water restrictions approved for Cape Town

The City of Cape Town’s mayoral committee has approved the implementation of level 2 water restrictions. The proposal will be deliberated at a council meeting on 10 December. The city

We are recruiting!

Join a winning team at our new Claremont office. See what our team has to say about working at Chas Everitt Cape Town South: Call Scott Tait on 076

Guy Fawkes Day in Cape Town

Don’t get caught on the wrong side of the law, there are safe sites to discharge and enjoy fireworks on Guy Fawkes Day 2015 in Cape Town! On Thursday, 5

Introducing Constitutional Kids to Parents

Lee-Anne Flack is the author of the revolutionary children’s book Constitutional Kids, which is endorsed by Barry Hilton, Derek Watts and Mpho Kgosana. In a story format, the book explains

Halloween Safety Tips

This Saturday is Halloween, so dress to scare and remember that children in Claremont often like to dress up for Halloween and go ‘trick or treating’. If you would like

Motorists encouraged to renew vehicle licence discs online

Motorists whose vehicle licence discs will expire on 31 October 2015 and are renewable by 21 November 2015 will not be receiving renewal notices. The City of Cape Town asks