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Business as usual in Hermanus, despite protests
The property market in Hermanus remains buoyant, despite recent protests that have taken place in surrounding areas. A historic property in the area sold for a record R35m.
No need to panic over land expropriation without compensation
Land expropriation has been the cause of much confusion and panic in the market, with many choosing to sensationalise the issue instead of looking at it objectively.
Home selling due to emigration still high
Statistics from FNB show that the emigration-related selling was still high in the first three months of 2018, in spite of the improved political and economic outook.
How the VAT increase affects the property market
The VAT increase that takes effect this month will affect some property transactions. Here’s what you need to know.
Sorry Jozi and CT, Durban is SA’s most liveable city
With amazing weather all year round, the warm Indian Ocean, great schools, free-flowing traffic and excellent value for money in the property market, Durban boasts a lifestyle like no other.
Call for clarity on land reform
The real problem with the land expropriation motion just passed in Parliament is that it does not actually seek to speed up the transfer of land to any individual or group of owners.
‘Mildly better’ housing market expected in 2018
Stronger economic growth and improved sentiment, together with stable interest rates could see mildly stronger house price growth this year.
Invest in property before April and save on VAT
Property buyers who invest before the revised tax figures kick in on 1 April 2018, will pay 14% VAT.
Budget 2018: Here's the property industry's reaction
The finance minister delivered a “tough but hopeful” budget yesterday. Some of SA’s top property experts weigh in with their opinions on how it will affect the economy and market.
New president puts shine on real estate
The swearing in of a new president has given South Africans hope that the economic situation will improve.