Links

Prop Data - www.propdata.co.za
Prop Data Internet Solutions is solely committed to advancing real estate on the Internet and, over the years, has established itself as one of the leading Web Design and ISP firms in the South African real estate industry. Since 1999, Prop Data has focused on providing the industry with complete Internet-based solutions: from web design, database development and online marketing, to hosting, email and Internet access solutions. These services are backed up by a highly skilled and dedicated team of professionals who have enabled Prop Data to develop a reputation for quality, innovation and personal attention.

IEASA - www.ieasa.co.za
The Institute of Estate Agents of South Africa is the property industry's number one professional body since 1937. When you deal with a Member of the Institute of Estate Agents (MIEA), you are assured that he or she is trained and qualified, legally registered to practice, and has access to all the supporting services which he or she needs to provide you with high standard of service that you expect.

SAPOA - www.sapoa.org.za
SAPOA ( South African Property Owners Association ) was established in 1966 by the leading and large property investment organizations to bring together all role players in the commercial property field and create a powerful platform for property investors.

Project Management South Africa - www.pmisa.co.za
Project Management South Africa (formerly known as PMISA) was formed in 1997 as a National Association to represent project management professionals across all sectors in South Africa. Since 1997 the PMSA membership has increased from 400 to over 1300 members, who are drawn from a diverse cross section of industries and ethnic groups.

Green Building Council of South Africa - www.gbcsa.org.za
A green building is a building which is energy efficient, resource efficient and environmentally responsible- which incorporates design, construction and operational practices that significantly reduce or eliminate its negative impact on the environment and its occupants. Building green is an opportunity to use resources efficiently and address climate change while creating healthier and more productive environments for people to live and work in.