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Average home purchase price increases year on year
The latest stats from bond originator ooba, show that the average purchase price of a property in South Africa has increased by almost 6% year on year.
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.
What does declining consumer confidence mean for real estate?
The  2nd quarter Consumer Confidence Index reading of -15, was the lowest level in this index since the 4th quarter of the year 2000, and represented a significant drop from the prior quarter’s ...
FNB Housing Market Forecast – June 2015
A return to a higher general inflation environment later this year could see house price growth rising mildly in 2016, but in “Real Growth” terms the forecast is lower.  
The most in-demand areas on Private Property for April
Gauteng and the Western Cape once again dominate the list of  in-demand areas on Private Property. The list below represents the top 10 areas in terms of views per property for April 2015. This...
Number of first time buyers declining
Estate Agents surveyed by FNB indicated that while the level of first time buyers expressed as a percentage of total home buying remained high, it was starting to decline. “We believe that the mild ...
Private Property survey results
An onsite survey that was run by Private Property has revealed some interesting insights on why browsers visit our site and the local property market. Renters 53% that currently rent are looking to ...
Slow growth rate will limit property boom
Although it has become traditional for the leaders in the residential development and marketing sector to comment on South Africa’s budgets, Bill Rawson, Chairman of the Rawson Property Group, said ...
Fastest selling areas on PrivateProperty
An analysis of the time that property spends on the market has revealed the fastest selling areas on PrivateProperty. The area in which property is sold the fastest is Pretoria where a property is ...
Stock shortages still an issue for agents
Lack of stock continues to be a major issue for agents. After the rosy days of 2004/5/6, when the banks were handing out money which ended in the financial collapse of 2009 and there was a complete ...