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Value gain through property investment

Jul 30 2015 18:19

MSCI, a provider of research-based indexes and analytics worldwide, will host the 13th IPD South Africa Property Investment Conference in August in Cape Town.


New drive to advance responsible business

Jul 28 2015 18:22

The United Nations Global Compact and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors want to drive responsible and sustainable business practices.


Noticeable changes in commercial property sector

Jul 28 2015 10:30

There have been changes in the commercial property sector with even greater emphasis on secure tenants and well-positioned properties, says an expert.


City of CT warns against illegal house sales

Jul 27 2015 20:30

The City of Cape Town has urged potential buyers of RDP houses to make sure that the properties they are buying can be sold legally.


Luxury SA property up for grabs via Austrian lottery

Jul 24 2015 21:30

The owner of a luxury home on the award-winning Val de Vie Estate near Paarl has decided to sell it via an Austrian lottery mechanism.


Cape property more popular than ever - Seeff

Jul 22 2015 05:00

Aside from a shortage of properties to sell in many areas, rental agents are pointing to shortages to meet the demand.


New V&A Waterfront developments

Jul 20 2015 16:14

The development of a cruise terminal at the V&A Waterfront is putting the focus of property development on the vicinity of the harbour and Silo district.


Pam Golding opens new multi-use development

Jul 14 2015 14:58

The new Pam Golding on Main retail and office development has opened its doors on Main Road, Kenilworth, recently.


Joburg average home price more than in CT - report

Jul 09 2015 12:39

Johannesburg’s average home prices are higher than Cape Town’s and Durban's prices are only slightly behind Cape Town's, according to a deeds office analysis by HomeBid.


Hint of fewer foreign buyers of SA property

Jul 05 2015 20:30

There is a hint of a slowdown in the prominence of foreigners buying of domestic residential property, according to the latest FNB Estate Agent Survey.

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Lower end of housing market continues to thrive

Jul 02 2015 18:05

The growth in affordable house prices reflects the burgeoning housing backlog, with an estimated 2 million households currently living in informal settlements.


Sustained demand for commercial property

Jul 01 2015 17:14

Well-positioned commercial property in outlying areas around SA is proving increasingly attractive to both local and international buyers, says an expert.

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