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When can a landlord evict law-abiding tenants to renovate?
When can a landlord evict law-abiding tenants to renovate?

When can a landlord evict law-abiding tenants in order to effect refurbishments?

By Ohene Yaw Ampofo-Anti 5 Dec 2018

National Assembly gives land expropriation report green light
National Assembly gives land expropriation report green light

After a debate that lasted for over 70 minutes, a majority of the Members of Parliament in the National Assembly have voted in favour of the adoption of a report of the Constitutional Review Committee on the review of Section 25 of the Constitution...

5 Dec 2018

Unisa-Sowetan Dialogues kicks off with discussion around land debate
Unisa-Sowetan Dialogues kicks off with discussion around land debate

Late last month, Unisa's Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL), in partnership with Unisa and The Sowetan, launched the first of the Unisa-Sowetan Dialogues...

4 Dec 2018

What to do about a derelict property in your neighbourhood
What to do about a derelict property in your neighbourhood

It's an eyesore, it seems to attract criminal activity, and it's bringing down your property value. What to do when there's an unmaintained property in your neighbourhood?...

Issued by Private Property 4 Dec 2018

Varying degrees of activity in real estate sector as markets await election outcome
Varying degrees of activity in real estate sector as markets await election outcome

JLL has released its city reports for key markets across South Africa...

3 Dec 2018

AccorHotels strengthens West Africa footprint with signing of new hotel
AccorHotels strengthens West Africa footprint with signing of new hotel

AccorHotels has signed Mövenpick Hotel Dakar in partnership with Excellenc6 Senegal Hotels & Resorts...

30 Nov 2018

#NewCampaign: What does 'home' mean to you?
#NewCampaign: What does 'home' mean to you?

Jawitz Properties' new integrated social media campaign, #RealLifeRealEstate features Lucas Radebe in tackling the emotionally-compelling story of what makes a house a home...

By Jessica Tennant 30 Nov 2018

Is the residential property market in better shape than most think?
Is the residential property market in better shape than most think?

The residential real estate market is in much better shape than most people think, thanks to the "affordable" sector...

29 Nov 2018

Accra, Ghana. Image by finnish eye, CC BY-SA 2.0,
Broll Property Intel's Ghana Snapshot Q3:2018 looks at impact of economic influences on markets

The report investigates the country's retail, office and industrial markets, assessing the current barriers to and opportunities for growth within each industry...

29 Nov 2018

Is the 'For Sale' sign still a useful marketing tool?
Is the 'For Sale' sign still a useful marketing tool?

With over 80% of buyers now starting their property searches online, many sellers are questioning the effectiveness of the traditional 'For Sale' sign...

29 Nov 2018

Property experts' reaction to interest rate hike
Property experts' reaction to interest rate hike

The rate hike just before the festive season puts more financial pressure on South Africans already feeling the pinch will mean higher repayments on debt like home loans, credit cards and vehicle finance...

Issued by Private Property 28 Nov 2018

All signs point to a recovering Cape Town student rental market
All signs point to a recovering Cape Town student rental market

Cape Town's landlords across the board have had to up their game following a tough 2018...

28 Nov 2018

R76bn masterplan for KZN's North Coast taking shape
R76bn masterplan for KZN's North Coast taking shape

Private land owners within KwaZulu-Natal have come up with a R76bn masterplan for the province's North Coast...

28 Nov 2018

Vision Style Awards names eco-resort Bisate Lodge Most Innovative New Venue
Vision Style Awards names eco-resort Bisate Lodge Most Innovative New Venue

Rwandan safari camp, Bisate Lodge has been named the winner of 'Most Innovative New Venue' design in the 2018 Vision Style Awards...

27 Nov 2018

You can afford to buy your first home, thanks to FLISP
You can afford to buy your first home, thanks to FLISP

First-time home buyers can qualify for a government subsidy of up to R121,626. Here's what you need to know about FLISP...

Issued by Private Property 27 Nov 2018

What you can expect under the care of complex administration
What you can expect under the care of complex administration

Discover the perks that you can expect when living under the care of complex administration where all goings-on are supervised by property solutions...

Issued by Mansfield Property Solutions 27 Nov 2018

Yael Geffen delves into the dearth of female executives in real estate
Yael Geffen delves into the dearth of female executives in real estate

Despite the fact that women make up at least half the real estate agents out there, they remain under-represented at a senior level and are far less likely to attain executive positions...

27 Nov 2018

Promise of right to housing remains elusive in democratic South Africa
Promise of right to housing remains elusive in democratic South Africa

South Africa's Constitution protects everyone's right to access adequate housing...

By Soraya Beukes 27 Nov 2018

Artist’s impression of the future Old Conradie Hospital Development in Pinelands. Source: Western Cape Government
Residents oppose Conradie Hospital housing plan

The old Conradie Hospital site has been dormant since 2002. Heralded by Western Cape Premier Helen Zille, the plan for the site includes state subsidised housing...

26 Nov 2018

Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria. Image by T. Obi, CC BY 2.0,
Broll releases Q3:2018 snapshot report for Nigerian property markets

The Broll Property Intel Nigeria Snapshot Q3:2018 has been released, providing an overview of the country's current economic standing and the state of its retail, office and industrial markets...

23 Nov 2018

Belt tightening ahead for homeowners as interest rate climbs
Belt tightening ahead for homeowners as interest rate climbs

Homeowners and buyers will need to continue tightening their belts as the interest rate climbs...

By Stuart Manning 23 Nov 2018

Interest rate hike a disappointing decision at this juncture of the year
Interest rate hike a disappointing decision at this juncture of the year

While many market commentators would probably have liked to be a fly on the wall during the Monetary Policy Committee's earnest deliberations this week, the final outcome is what matters...

By Dr Andrew Golding 23 Nov 2018

Steer clear of Black Friday, homeowners advised
Steer clear of Black Friday, homeowners advised

Following the Reserve Bank's announcement of an interest rate hike on Thursday, 22 November, BetterBond CEO Rudi Botha has advised homeowners to watch their Black Friday and Christmas spending...

23 Nov 2018

Meeting the needs of property stakeholders
Meeting the needs of property stakeholders

Lexis WinDeed provides information and tools to track the process of a property transaction and give access to regular and up-to-date feedback, enabling fast and efficient processing...

Issued by LexisNexis 22 Nov 2018

Bernard Roy Seeff joins Heartwood Properties board of directors
Bernard Roy Seeff joins Heartwood Properties board of directors

Bernard Roy Seeff has joined Heartwood Properties' board as a non-executive director and to act as a member of its audit committee...

22 Nov 2018

Technology has revolutionised, not replaced estate agents
Technology has revolutionised, not replaced estate agents

The fast paced evolution of technology platforms which now provide buyers and sellers increased access to property information has forced the traditional real estate sector to re-evaluate its value proposition...

By Ted Frazer 22 Nov 2018

10 easy ways to save on your grocery bill
10 easy ways to save on your grocery bill

Between tax hikes and escalating fuel prices, 2018 has been a sad year for the consumer. But, there are ways you can keep saving and beat the grocery bill...

Issued by Private Property 21 Nov 2018

Bo-Kaap protesters in stand-off with crane
Bo-Kaap protesters in stand-off with crane

About 50 protesters gathered at the corner of Buiten and Buitengracht Street on Tuesday, 20 November. Their aim was to prevent a crane from entering Bo-Kaap...

By Aidan Jones and Ashraf Hendricks 21 Nov 2018

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Newly revamped President Hotel pays tribute to Cape Town

Last month the President Hotel invited members of the press to view their newly refurbished floors, proudly paying tribute to the beauty of Cape Town...

By Juanita Pienaar 20 Nov 2018

Brace yourself for coming interest rate hikes
Brace yourself for coming interest rate hikes

Nobody likes to hear bad news, but it is always better to be prepared than to be caught off guard...

By Adrian Goslett 20 Nov 2018

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