This week: Residential Property Indices; will conveyancing see the end of ink; and can the Internet alone sell your home?
This week: Vacancy rates have increased marginally; the trend is to tiny, but buildings stay big; and it looks like more houses will be sold this year.
This week: Slight uptick in household credit and mortgage balances; sectional title complexes learn to live with Airbnb; and complex laws don't take the risk out of rentals.
This week: Conveyancers urged to educate clients about fraud risks; prepare for property valuation knock-on effects; and residential building statistics.
This week: Bond approval statistics on the rise; City of Cape Town House Price Indices; and why does conveyancing take SO long?
This week: Loophole closes for sectional title levy defaulters; increased lending positive for property market; and property market’s slow start in 2018 could be misleading.
This week: increasingly sophisticated fraud; subdued household credit and mortgage growth; and could parking lots become obsolete?
This week: The risks and opportunities of inclusionary housing; Cape Town's sneaky rates policy for holiday homes; and deeds office demarcation problems.
This week: Fewer buyers, but banks grant more home loans; Residential property affordability; and planned residential building activity showing strong growth.