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Interest rates remain at their current level
The Monetary Policy Committee announced today at its third meeting of the year that the interest rates would remain unchanged once again.
When the going gets tough, the tough get a warranty
If you’re in the market to sell your home, you may be concerned about whether you will be able to sell your home, at the price you want given all the latest economic developments.
Property owners will need to hold on tight
If you own a property do whatever you can to hold on to it as long as you can. If you have to sell, its vital to price your home correctly.
Junk status vs the housing market: The experts weigh in
Wondering where the credit downgrade will leave the property market? We asked the heads of some of SA’s biggest agencies for their opinions.
Here’s how you can survive the downgrade
If you’re in a panic over the rating downgrade, here’s a 9-point plan to help you get through the tough times ahead.
#JunkStatus - what it means for the property market
The downgrade of South Africa to sub-investment will have a negative impact on the housing market and consumers as a whole.
Flat repo rate vital for stability and economic and property recovery
The decision by the Monetary Policy Committee of the SARB to keep the interest rate at the current level of 7% is a vital boost for stability.
Don’t lose out when selling your home
With the economy and the property market showing sluggish growth, there is the risk that some homeowners will lose money when selling their homes. Here’s how to prevent this.
Are South Africans losing money on their property?
House price deflation occurs when a home owner sells their property for less than they paid for it. This is more likely to happen in a struggling economy. So just how often does it happen?
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.