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Real estate investment trust Spear sells vacant Cape Town property for R150mArticle

Western Cape-focused real estate investment trust (Reit) Spear announced a R150m property disposal along with the completion of a R50m upgrade of a shopping centre on Tuesday, 13 March...

Alistair Anderson 15 Mar 2018

Direct property or unit trusts – which is best?
Direct property or unit trusts – which is best?Article

A very interesting question almost every investor asks themselves is: "If I want to invest money, do I need to buy a property, keep my money in the bank to earn fixed interest rates or invest in stocks?"

Jan Vlok 6 Mar 2017

New traffic facility opens in Atlantis
New traffic facility opens in AtlantisArticle

The City of Cape Town's Safety and Security Directorate has officially opened a new traffic facility in Atlantis. The new Atlantis Driving Licence Testing Centre is big enough to...

1 Dec 2016

Reality checks on property valuations vital for those seeking credit
Reality checks on property valuations vital for those seeking creditArticle

There is often a serious disconnect between what a property owner thinks their property is worth and how it will be valued by lenders. Understanding the difference can save time and frustration when looking to raise capital against properties...

Gary Palmer 21 Oct 2016

Big fall in UK corporate insolvencies - businesses are on the road to recovery
Big fall in UK corporate insolvencies - businesses are on the road to recoveryArticle

LONDON, UK: The latest PwC analysis into corporate insolvency numbers demonstrates that the effect of the downturn on UK business is showing more signs of easing. A total of 3467 companies became insolvent in the second quarter of 2010. This represents a big 21% decrease on the previous quarter and a promising 28% decrease in comparison to the same quarter of 2009. Even on a rolling 12-month basis, the numbers show an 11% decrease in insolvencies. The retail sector is still among the worst affected, however.

2 Jul 2010

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