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Joburg’s Steyn City to be a R30bn development by 2030

A R5.5bn 'city centre' is next up for the massive lifestyle estate, backed by insurance and property magnate Douw Steyn.

Here are South Africa’s ‘hero suburbs’

Residential suburbs that have stood the test of time despite economic volatility.

Listed property continues to underperform

SA Property Index delivers just 1.3% in the first nine months of 2019.

Growthpoint’s R2.9bn bid for the UK’s Capital & Regional

CEO confident offer will be accepted and deal finalised by December.

SA office property development activity falls to 14-year low

While the average national office vacancy rate remains in the double digits.

Highest growth in home loans since 2010

Year-on-year increase of 4.9% in August bodes well for the property sector.

How do I invest in property outside SA?

Buying property offshore might be quite rewarding, but there are some risks to be aware of.

Atterbury’s R6bn mega property project breaks ground in Pretoria

Watch a clip of what the development, east of the city centre, is planned to look like.

Financial health of residential tenants continues to deteriorate

But majority of rental assets 'still delivering solid returns over the long term'.

House buyers staying twice as long in their homes

A further sign of tougher financial times.

Hyprop hits a low, Fairvest delivers market-beating results

Hyprop falls to a new low, with its share price sliding to the lowest level in over five years.

Redefine set to ‘sell’ Nigerian office tower stake

Deal expected to be secured via a share-swap with Growthpoint Investec African Properties.

Grit to target more Club Med resorts in Africa

Invests R570m in Senegal to acquire and upgrade the Club Med Cap Skirring property.

Congratulations, your mortgage arrears have been extinguished

It happened with last week’s interest rate change. SA’s banks disagree – but so did the Bank of Scotland before a court ruled against it. Logically, SA’s legal system should do the same.


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