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Budget 2017: how it will affect the property market
What does this year’s budget speech mean for those who own property or are buying property this year? The heads of some of SA’s biggest estate agencies have their say.
No, you don’t need to pay that delayed utility bill
An important victory occurred in court, for property owners who have been issued extremely high utility bills after a number of years.
The growing demand for property in the Winelands
While the property market in the Cape Winelands remains strong and in demand, the region’s escalating entry-level prices are making it increasingly difficult for first-time buyers to purchase a home
Gauteng becomes magnet for young professionals
Find out why young, skilled professionals are flocking to Gauteng and where the rest of South Africa’s skilled labour are relocating to.
No boost for property from SONA
This year's SONA was more of the same, with little in it to boost the confidence needed to re-energise the economy and property market.
Is this Airbnb story too good to be true?
A recent study claims that South African landlords can pay off property years quicker by using Airbnb instead of traditional letting. This is why the study is wrong.
Slow growth predicted for property market
House price growth in South Africa was slow in January but is expected to improve, particularly towards the second half of the year.
This is the best value golf estate in Knysna
Not many estates can offer the exceptional combination of panoramic views, beach access, top-notch facilities, high security and value-for-money at Pezula Golf Estate in Knysna.
How the interest rate impacts the property market
South Africans breathed a sigh of relief when the South African Reserve Bank kept the repo rate at 7% this month.
Rates decision welcomed amidst challenging economy and property market
Today’s decision by the Monetary Policy Committee of the SARB to keep the interest rate at the current level of 7% (home loan base rate of 10.5%) is most welcome news.