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Culture change from below is the only way to overcome poverty, says Leopold Scholtz.
After the tech euphoria of 2013, the fast-moving sector has hit a speed bump.
A survey looks at various ways in which home owners could unknowingly be sabotaging the sale of their homes.
One of the constraining factors for vehicle sales in SA may be a shift towards a greater focus on home buying by the household sector, says an expert.
South Africa’s green building movement has gained significant momentum with the achievement of 50 Green Star SA certifications in only six years.
When asking estate agents for the factors influencing their near term expectations, interest rates were by far the most common, shows a survey.
The days of standard 10% rental increases seem to be over as soaring utility hikes impose significant pressure on tenants, says an expert.
The expectation remains for some mild slowing in house price growth because the economic fundamentals supporting the residential market appear less positive.
North Korea is one of the world's fastest developing property markets.
Residential building activity will continue to be affected by household finances, property-investment sentiment and consumer confidence, says an expert.
There are concerning trends in both the residential and commercial rental markets, according to the latest TPN Rental Monitors.
House price growth in township areas slightly outperformed CPI which indicates a good balance between supply and demand, says a property strategist.
Notwithstanding challenging market conditions, Gowthpoint reported a positive performance and delivered results ahead of expectations, says the CEO.
Jason Elley examines the link between the interest rate and commercial property.
Nominal year-on-year growth in the average value of homes in the middle segment of the South African housing market remained in single digits, says an expert.
There are fewer high-risk election areas this year compared to past elections, Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa has said while visiting Manenberg in Cape Town.
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