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The 3rd Quarter 2017 FNB Estate Agent Survey continued to point strength in levels of those sellers believed to be selling homes in order to downscale due to “life stage”.
Perceptions about the property market improved in the third quarter.
Building activity in the South African market for new private sector-financed housing remained under pressure in both the planning and construction phases in the first eight months of 2017, based on data released by Statistics South Africa.
Rabie Property Group scooped the 300th green building certification at the Green Building Council of South Africa at the organisation’s recent 10th annual convention at Century City.
Where will humanity get the 89 billion tons of natural resources each year to fuel our consumption in 2050, asked Professor Mark Swilling at the Green Building Convention 2017 held in Cape Town last week and hosted by the Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA).
Office properties located in the mixed-use node of Century City in the Western Cape are sought after due to the node’s innovative approach to urbanism and environmental sustainability.
When times are tough and consumer budgets are under pressure we hear a lot about mortgage defaults and home repossessions, but failing to pay your home loan instalments is actually only one of several ways you can cause your home to be attached and auctioned off?
Equites Property Fund Limited today announced a 12.02% increase in half year distributions to 60.98 cents per share, which is at the upper end of its guidance of 10%-12% distribution growth for the 2018 financial year.
Sun International's The Table Bay has hailed the just opened Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA) at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront as a proverbial feather in the caps of the local tourism and arts industries.
As technology improves, so does the level of property scams that do the rounds, and while every precaution seems to be taken, there will be yet another thing that fraudsters find to dupe people out of large sums of money, warns Johnny Henkes of law firm Henkes Nolte-Joubert.