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Rosebank remains a rental hotspot
Investors in Rosebank property are enjoying excellent returns as continued demand for rentals lead to higher rental prices.
Weak economy slows property price growth
Property statistics from bond originator, ooba, show that house price growth has slowed in the first quarter of 2017 when compared to the same period in 2016.
Three hip and happening Pretoria East neighbourhoods for young buyers
Hazelwood, Constantia Park and Equestria are three of the best places for millennial buyers in Pretoria to consider.
First time buyers In Cape Town being priced out
Rapidly rising prices in the Western Cape is making home ownership for first time buyers increasingly difficult.
10 funky City Bowl apartments
From industrial chic to eclectic style, these apartments show a few of the artsy designs that the City Bowl has to offer.
Commercial property booming in Cape Town’s CBD
Business is booming in the city and key commercial, business and retail nodes are experiencing strong activity
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.
Positive shift in the residential property market
Although there has been reduced activity in the market recently, Pam Golding CEO, Dr Andrew Golding believes there are signs of recovery.
La Vie Estate: An Opportunity For Investors and Tenants
Paarl’s growing need for accommodation is creating a huge demand for quality, affordable apartments.
Durbs Comes Out Tops (Again)
Private Property’s hometown has been ranked the top South African city to live in. Here’s why the city offers the best quality of life in the Mzansi.