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Liberty Two Degrees to gear up for acquisitions

Liberty Two Degrees, the highly anticipated new property listing, plans to make significant acquisitions as early as the first quarter of 2017 as it looks to provide strong returns in a slow economy...

By Alistair Anderson 15 hours ago

Things to avoid during the home buying process

While the majority of buyers will require a deposit when applying for a home loan, this is not the only financial consideration that they will need to be taken into account...

By Adrian Goslett 13 hours ago

Greenacres R420m revamp to be completed midyear

VA International Architects are nearing completion of the mammoth two-year, R420m upgrade of the Greenacres Shopping Centre...

16 hours ago

Significant shifts noted in Joburg rental market

Johannesburg's property rental market has experienced a year-on-year downturn in 2016 as a result of numerous economic and geographic dynamics. This has taken a toll on the province's economy, precipitating notable market shifts...

1 day ago

Smart pricing will drive property sales in 2017

A key theme for the property market in 2017 will be smart pricing...

1 day ago

Axis launch

A Manhattan sky bar theme seemed fitting for the launch of the Axis property at the top of the Apex building, Century City. The event styling was based on a modern, urban environment in order to communicate the Axis experience to potential buyers...

Issued by XZIBIT Experiential Marketing 1 day ago

Tips before investing in real estate

It is that time of year when people start thinking about buying property...

By Samuel Seeff 2 days ago

Buyer beware: what are the property's restrictive conditions?

Many buyers have purchased their dream home, only to realise that the plans they had to add another storey, or to sub-divide the property can't be realised because of restrictive conditions they weren't aware of...

By Bruce Swain 2 days ago

Emotions drive home buying process

Although most home buyers will have a checklist of must-have items such as the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, the size of the garden or the possible commute to the office, often home buying decisions are driven by emotion and not necessarily the facts...

By Adrian Goslett 2 days ago

An opportunity for momentum?

Over the last two weeks, South Africa has undergone a second round of ratings reviews for the year...

By Richard Gray 2 days ago

Menlyn Park Shopping Centre celebrates R2bn makeover

Menlyn Park Shopping Centre in Pretoria celebrated the relaunch of the mall on Friday, 2 December, following a R2bn makeover...

3 days ago

Affordable housing trust lists on JSE

Transcend Residential Property Fund would give investors exposure to a robust rental market following its listing, said CEO Rob Wesselo...

3 days ago

Arrowhead aims for 2017 acquisitions

Diversified property group Arrowhead Properties has ambitions to make sizable acquisitions in 2017...

By Alistair Anderson 3 days ago

How to avoid risk when renting

According to Stefan du Plessis, managing member at Rent Protect, there are certain best practice principles that help all parties avoid the typical risks associated with rental agreements...

3 days ago

Rockcastle buys two Polish shopping centres

Rockcastle Global Real Estate has concluded the preliminary agreements to acquire the shopping centres known as Focus Park Zielona Góra and Focus Mall Piotrków Trybunalski in Poland...

By Alistair Anderson 3 days ago

Homes of the future

How does one create a home across all sectors that provides the optimum use of space for a convenient modern lifestyle...

2 Dec 2016

Is it better to build a new home or buy an existing home?

For first-time home buyers especially, the question of whether it is better to build a new home or buy an existing home is often a daunting one. But, it need not be...

By Samuel Seeff 2 Dec 2016

Doing more with less room

Globally, the demand for urban living in cities has increased faster than the supply of urban spaces. Cape Town has not been exempt from this trend...

2 Dec 2016

Phase two of Lourensia Park starts January 2017

Phase two of the Lourensia Park housing project in Somerset West is due to start in January 2017. The City of Cape Town turned the first sod this week on the R28.5m project...

2 Dec 2016

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