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Private Property South Africa
Justin Clarke

Property Wealth Network, on the back of rising property prices, are presenting evening functions in Durban, Cape Town, Pretoria and Johannesburg, between the 17th and the 20th of May, covering the new rules for investing in property. Nine property industry ‘thought leaders’ will each present a punchy 10 minute perspective; highlighting trends, methods and opinions of what is hot at home and abroad. Topics to be covered include international investment, opportunities in Emerging countries, new local opportunities in the buy to let and sectional title hotel category, buying property without finance, online property search tools and more.The events will be hosted by the likes of Darren Scott and Derrick Watts, most often not known for their property prowess, who will also be giving away fantastic prizes to participants in each venue. In addition, and each delegate will get a free e-listing voucher on, worth R495.00. The event cost is R495.00, but if you book before the 30th of April, you will pay only R395.00. To find out more about the speakers at the functions, or to book your seat, please click here

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