Property Trends 2018

Advertise on Bizcommunity

Subscribe to industry newsletters

#Budget2018: Tough budget positive for property market in medium to long term

Wednesday's Budget Speech, delivered by minister of finance Malusi Gigaba, is likely to prove positive for the property market in the medium to long term, says Gerhard Kotzé, MD of the RealNet...

10 hours ago

#Budget2018: Rising tax burden on shrinking base worrying for economy, property

It was always going to be a tough budget given that finance minister Malusi Gigaba already signalled during his mini-budget late last year that there was a significant fiscal deficit that needed to be funded...

By Samuel Seeff 9 hours ago

Do residential homeowners need to be concerned about land expropriation?

Some South Africans are concerned that expropriation without compensation is a threat to residential property, but are these concerns valid?...

Issued by Private Property 5 hours ago

Can a lessee withhold rental if denied full occupation of leased premises?

The Supreme Court of Appeal dealt with the question of whether or not a lessee can withhold rental if it is not given full occupation of the leased premises in the recent case of Tudor Hotel Brasserie & Bar v Hencetrade 15...

By Rosanne Kinder 6 hours ago

#Budget2018: Sturdy budget promises firm roots for green shoots

According to Berry Everitt, CEO of the Chas Everitt International property group, Wednesday's Budget Speech contained some very hopeful elements for SA's property sector...

10 hours ago

Resilient's board gives executives benefit of the doubt

Resilient's board said on Monday, 19 February, it was supporting the company's executive management regardless of allegations in recent reports about how they run assets and regardless of the recent sell-off in its shares...

By Alistair Anderson 1 day ago

Construction begins on Old Mint Park

Atterbury has begun construction on Old Mint Park, a 65,000m2 industrial development located between Midrand and Centurion...

1 day ago

Crime mars Cape Town's largest social housing project

Steenvilla, the largest social housing complex in Cape Town is a gated community with 24-hour security, yet residents complain about the high crime rate...

By Ashraf Hendricks 1 day ago

What body corporate finances really mean for your investment

Whether you own a property in a sectional title complex or are looking to invest in one, the financial standing of the body corporate is the single most important thing that can affect your investment or your buying decision...

By Chris Renecle 2 days ago

L2D's first results fall short of expectations

The listing of Liberty Two Degrees (L2D) promised investors exposure to some of the best shopping centres in Africa for the first time, but its maiden year was disappointing...

By Alistair Anderson 2 days ago

Six South African property trends to look out for in 2018

Private Property takes a look at the major trends that are likely to shape the South African property market this year...

Issued by Private Property 3 days ago

Resilient set to fall out of JSE top 40

One of the highest returning property stocks of the past decade Resilient is set to fall out of the JSE top 40 at the end of February...

By Alistair Anderson 3 days ago

Two luxury properties in sought-after Cape locations added to La Rive portfolio

The La Rive portfolio, managed by luxury villa expert Alexis Gillis, has launched two luxury private properties in Franschhoek and on the Atlantic Seaboard...

3 days ago

UK back on property buying lists

SA investors are slowly but surely starting to climb back into UK-focused property stocks, which have been out of favour since Britain announced its exit from the EU in mid-2016...

By Joan Muller 3 days ago

Adding intelligence to the property game

Machine learning offers enormous opportunities to all areas of the real estate market...

By Vian Chinner 16 Feb 2018

Tower Property Fund seeks a rerating

Tower Property Fund could receive a rerating this year and raise capital as the junior property stock looks to stabilise its Croatian portfolio and complete developments in Cape Town...

15 Feb 2018

Emira upbeat on dividend payout growth

Emira Property Fund on Wednesday, 14 February, indicated some signs of recovery since decreasing its dividend payout in its 2017 financial year...

By Alistair Anderson 15 Feb 2018

Tribunal kicks out Massmart's mall case

The Competition Tribunal has dismissed Massmart's complaint that Shoprite Checkers, Pick n Pay and Spar were taking part in anticompetitive behaviour through exclusive leases with shopping-mall landlords.

By Michelle Gumede 14 Feb 2018

Twelve things to consider before buying a home

Buying a home is not child's play and anyone who is considering making such a large investment needs to know the basics before signing on the dotted line...

Issued by Private Property 14 Feb 2018

Show more

International

Five benefits you get from renting a self-contained storage space

Expansion of businesses and the associated change of circumstances have increased the demand for storage solutions in different parts. Depending on your business needs, you either can choose to rent self-contained units, outside metal containers, or stacked wooden boxes. All of these different types of storage units come with their pros and cons. There are so many reasons why you would consider self-storage units. However, before you even think of the type of storage space to rent, it is important to evaluate the suitability of renting out a storage space for your business needs.

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 1 day ago

A South African's guide to moving to and making it in Malta: The Valletta effect

Because of my public relations background, I flagged a recent story in The Business Observer headed 'A great PR opportunity for the city and for Malta'. Of course, it was about the Valletta European Capital of Culture 2018 (V18) which just launched here this past weekend.

By Marcus 'The Maltese Falcon' Brewster 26 Jan 2018

Amazon drives a fifth city-shaping retail revolution

As possibly the world's oldest economic activity, retailing didn't venture away from the traditional street, with its congestion, grime and weather exposure, until about 1800. This resulted in new types of retail space, including enclosed shopping arcades and freestanding or anchor department stores. These are still evident in cities today.

By Paul Drechsler 26 Jan 2018

How to start your own mortgage business

Have you ever thought of it? One of man's basic needs is shelter - which basically comes in the form of a house, whatever shape and size it is. Being a basic need, the real estate industry is one with many prospects and opportunities.

Issued by Naija Writers’ Coach 10 Jan 2018

Show more

Latest jobs

Part Time Rental Inspector
Cape TownInspectorP
Visual Literacy Lecturer
JohannesburgVega School - Johannesburg Campus
Retail Leasing Manager
East RandRage
Sales Executive
Cape TownInspectorP
Senior Showroom Consultant
SandtonWeylandts Home Outfitters
Senior Showroom Consultant
BrooklynWeylandts Home Outfitters
Account Manager
Cape Townweb-box
Wood Borer Inspector
Cape townSchmidhauser Electrical
Real Estate Agent
Cape TownMPRTC Recruitment
Facilities Coordinator
Cape TownCareer Custodians
Sales Agents
JohannesburgUDM International
Stand Designer/Interior Designer
JohannesburgShocraft Exhibitions and Shopfitting
Facilities Coordinator
JohannesburgMPRTC Recruitment
PPC Specialist
Cape TownStorage Self Storage
Sales Agents
JohannesburgUDM International
Property Manager
JohannesburgHR Studio
Real Estate Professionals - Rental Specialists/Interns
Johannesburg0800 Property

More jobs >

Industry news

Automotive
Lifestyle
Logistics & Transport
ICT
Tourism
Legal
HR & Recruitment
Construction & Engineering
Agriculture
Finance
CSI & Sustainability
Energy & Mining
Retail
Healthcare
Marketing & Media