Articles related to "Market Trends"

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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
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.
Joburg rental market shows major slowdown
Johannesburg's rental market has seen a significant shift in demand as the economic downturn makes it increasingly challenging for cash-strapped South Africans.
What a million-dollar home looks like around the globe
The lucky few that can afford to spend big money on property have lots of exotic options. Here’s what $1m will buy you across the globe.
How do the elections influence the property market?
As South Africans go to the polls to vote in the municipal elections, what impact will the outcome have on the property market now and going forward?
The property market remains resilient
The South African property market forges ahead in spite of the existing levels of economic and political uncertainty.
Selling? Learn the difference between property value and marketability
The property market can be a competitive arena, which is why you should ensure your property’s marketability and home value stands out from the crowd.
Newlands estate agents talk property
Estate agents from the Cape Town suburb of Newlands discuss what makes the property market in the area so popular.
Inbound migration fuels demand for rental accommodation
An influx of people migrating from surrounding areas into the hub of Nelspruit and White River in Mpumalanga has created a considerable difference to the property market.
SA's shifting retail landscape underpins property prices
Strategically-located, upmarket niche shopping complexes are contributing to the upswing in prices of nearby residential property and to the sales of new and existing sectional title units.