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Investors target Umhlanga apartments

Category SA Property Market

The KwaZulu-Natal town of uMhlanga has become one of the most sought-after areas in South Africa among both home buyers and investors. In fact, the high number

Peace and Convenience

Category SA Property Market

There is a worldwide trend among homebuyers towards estate living, primarily to ensure better personal safety and security, but also to satisfy a diverse range

More good news for Real Estate

Category SA Property Market

The lowering of the Repo rate by the Reserve bank impacts the property market favourably

Moody’s decision a boon for real estate

Category SA Property Market

South Africa’s real estate market will benefit from the decision by Moody’s rating agency last week to keep SA’s sovereign debt rating above junk – not least be

We’re offering free back-up for valuation objections

Category SA Property Market

Property owners in Johannesburg, Ethekwini and many other municipal areas only have a short time in which to lodge any objections to the new municipal valuation

Too much mystery around land reform plans, says Everitt

Category SA Property Market

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

Big benefits for KZN property in rising domestic tourism

Category SA Property Market

Tourism continues to have a positive impact on the development of the KwaZulu-Natal economy.

Sturdy Budget promises firm roots for green shoots

Category SA Property Market

says, there are some very exciting prospects in real estate now, but as always in this sector, you will get most benefit out of them if you work with a

Positive signs for Property as SA makes history again

Category SA Property Market

History was once again made in SA this week as Jacob Zuma became the second President in 10 years to resign from office before his term was up– and the property

Top trend: Country dreams

Category SA Property Market

Moving away from the city to a country or coastal town and a slower-paced life is a frequent new-year resolution for South Africans, but thorough research

 

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