Serviced office space provider The Business Exchange (TBE), in partnership with Maxcity Properties, the largest and most established real estate company in Mauritius, has launched an exciting new opportunity, offering investors the unique chance to own offshore property in Mauritius, a dollar-based country.
Irvine Partners 1 day ago
The real estate and property sector is constantly encountering challenges, and it comes as no surprise when issues around ethics and credibility are brought into question. Over the 23 years since Snooks Estates has been operational, we have found a wide range of elements which have had a direct negative impact on most real estate agencies, more especially within the environments in which we operate, such as Soweto and Johannesburg South. This includes some real estate agents eliciting their own deals on the side whilst still employed at an agency.
Matseleng Mogodi 1 day ago
To coincide with National Youth Month, which celebrates South Africa's young people and commemorates the Soweto Youth Uprising of 16 June 1976, we'll be calling on SA businesses to nominate the rising under-35s making a difference in their organisations to be featured in our June 2021 #YouthMatters content exclusive.
Bizcommunity.com 1 day ago
We continue with the first quarter 2021 results of our FNB Commercial Property Broker Survey, which surveys a sample of commercial property brokers in the six major metros of South Africa, i.e., City of Joburg and Ekurhuleni (Greater Johannesburg), Tshwane, eThekwini, City of Cape Town and Nelson Mandela Bay.
John Loos 2 days ago
According to Andrew Schaefer, MD of property management company Trafalgar, it is quite common for the trustees and directors of sectional title and other community housing schemes to want to change the conduct rules of their schemes in pursuit of a harmonious and co-operative atmosphere between residents, but they must be careful not to overstep the mark and end up with rules that are actually illegal.
FNB has reported a 46% increase in the total number of buyers who purchased secondary properties in the fourth quarter of 2020 compared to the fourth quarter of 2019. 20.6% of the purchases made for properties priced at less than R500,000 and 24% for properties priced between R500,000 and R1m.
There is little doubt that the risk of losing your home because you can no longer afford the monthly bond repayments is a terrible position to be in. Often laden with fear, panic, anxiety and even embarrassment, far too many people think they'll somehow find a way out of it all.
Bruce Swain 6 Apr 2021