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This factor will be key to a residential property market recovery in 2017
The residential property market in South Africa did not perform well last year and one factor had a bigger effect than others, according to the head of one of SA’s leading estate agents.
When ratepayers take matters into their own hands
Poor service delivery is unfortunately a sad reality for many South African towns. Instead of moaning, the residents of some small towns are taking the initiative and fixing things themselves.
New sectional title legislation: What owners and investors must know
New legislation that was gazetted last month has major implications for the budgets and administration of sectional title schemes. Find out how they will affect you.
Latest figures point to a troubled economy
A drop in retail sales and new car sales, together with food inflations are signs that the economy is stagnating.
Water woes for Johannesburg residents
Residents of Johannesburg will be hit with large water bills if they do not stick to the water restrictions that have been imposed by the municipality.
CPT residents prioritise service delivery
In Cape Town, the DA has increased their share of the vote in this year’s local government elections. The growing support is an effort to ensure that efficient service delivery is maintained.
Election results could benefit SA’s property market
The voters have spoken. The onus is now on parties to prove that they can deliver services effectively to the community, and better service delivery can only benefit the property market.
How do the elections influence the property market?
As South Africans go to the polls to vote in the municipal elections, what impact will the outcome have on the property market now and going forward?
Land Rights Act declared invalid by Constitutional Court
New land claims have been put on ice for now after the Constitutional Court declared the Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Act of 2014 invalid.
SA’s property sector now valued at R5.8 trillion
A study has revealed that the property sector is South Africa has grown by an incredible R1 trillion in the past 4 years.