This week: Potential disruptors to the commercial property market; Cape Town apartment rentals getting cheaper; and sellers want their agent to be more like Amazon.
This week: A SARS Transfer Duty Declaration Amendment; township micro-developers thrive in affordable market; and property market sentiment continues to dip.
This week: The effect of Airbnb on the rental market; what you need to know about electricity and insurance; and is one-click conveyancing but a dream?
This week: African legislation at your fingertips; have Cape Town property prices hit a ceiling; and when does prescription start to run against SARS?
This week: Residential building stats; real-time access to planning applications; it is not all doom and gloom for property, but it takes longer to sell.
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.