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Have R65m spare? Check out this 'palatial mega mansion'

Feb 26 2015 13:15

A Pretoria mansion described as one of the country's most luxurious houses, with an estimated value of R65m, is set to go under the hammer next month.


Electricity supply a big issue for tenants

Feb 24 2015 13:37

The big issue for commercial and industrial tenants in SA has become certainty of electricity supply, according to Andrew Konig, CEO of Redefine Properties.


CT rental demand stronger than ever - Seeff

Feb 23 2015 16:05

The rental market demand in in certain parts of Cape Town is stronger than ever for a variety of reasons, according to various experts.


Indian tycoon's get-out-of-jail deal a mystery

Feb 05 2015 13:45

To help raise $1.6bn in bail, Subrata Roy, the boss of Indian conglomerate Sahara, is in talks to refinance its overseas hotels, including New York's Plaza.


Atlantic Seaboard, city bowl reach record highs

Feb 02 2015 17:46

Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard and city bowl have closed the year with record high sales and prices, according to Seeff.


Green Building Council appoints new chair

Jan 20 2015 16:30

Seana Nkhahle has been appointed as the executive chairperson of the Green Building Council of SA (GBCSA), the organisation says.


Menlyn, Cavendish malls strike R10bn deal

Jan 15 2015 11:29

Old Mutual and Pareto Limited have entered into an asset swap transaction that involves Menlyn Park in Pretoria and Cavendish Square in Cape Town.


Solid performance expected in housing market

Jan 14 2015 16:37

The residential property market in SA is set to show another relatively good performance in 2015, says an expert as he looks at trends.


Foreign investors in London forcing out locals

Jan 11 2015 16:28

Tough foreign competition in the London commercial property market is forcing local investors to invest in regional cities to tap rising rents.


Super rich Solly Krok in trouble over loan

Jan 04 2015 11:19

One of SA's wealthiest men, Solly Krok, is set to lose a property in Johannesburg after FirstRand Bank foreclosed, following his failure to repay a R3m bank loan.

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Chinese tycoon to build more with IPO

Dec 23 2014 10:15

Wang Jianlin has risen from local bureaucrat to China's richest man by transforming a debt-laden state-owned housebuilder into the sprawling Wanda Group.


CT developer wins compensation battle

Dec 15 2014 16:37

The Constitutional Court has found that a company is entitled to compensation for "excess" land claimed by the City of Cape Town.

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