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Friday Sep 28, 2018

Reuse old buildings to preserve heritage

The management of heritage buildings is a tricky balance of legacy, authenticity and practicality. One has to somehow strike this balance as it is the basis of preservation and conservation.

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Thursday Sep 27, 2018

Buying to rent market stable

Despite the uncertain political climate and less-than-ideal economic outlook, the national buy-to-let market has remained fairly stable.

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Wednesday Sep 26, 2018

New home for sports council

Sport in the city has been given a much-needed boost after the Tshwane Sporting Council finally received a place to call home.

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Tuesday Sep 25, 2018

Accommodation woes

As matrics prepare for their final exams, which could ultimately produce an estimated 800000 university students, a sizeable chunk will be looking for accommodation.

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Monday Sep 24, 2018

Market are showing signs of recovery

Construction activity in Durban could challenge Cape Town, Joburg for international occupiers

The future looks bright for Durban’s commercial property market, despite the economic slump plaguing the industry.
In fact, current construction activity could see Durban challenging Cape Town and Joburg for international occupiers.

The latest Durban Market Report by JLL states that vacancies in both the city’s industrial and office markets are showing “promising signs of recovering demand”.

The report reveals investor confidence also “remains intact” as new developments come on to both markets.

But while the office sector is seeing some firming in rental rates, JLL says price sensitivity in the industrial market has led to rates stagnating in recent months.

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Bonnie Fourie
Property360.co.za

Westville North: A hive of busy activity

Rodger Sishi Road, once known as Blair Atholl Road, has changed over the years, and today is marked by business energy

Whether recognised by the old name Blair Atholl Road (as many of the signboards still reflect), in honour of the Scottish town, or by the new name Rodger Sishi Road to commemorate the late ANC councillor, teacher and businessman Rodger Dinga Sishi, this Westville North road reflects the changing dynamics of 21st century living.

About 11km long, Rodger Sishi Road can be traced from the traffic lights under the M13 bridge separating central Westville from Westville North towards Otto Volek Road in New Germany.

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Nicola Jenvey
Property360.com

Friday Sep 21, 2018

R144m land sold for R1.8m

To deliver on its social housing objectives, the City is selling a piece of prime property in Salt River to Communicare well below its market price.

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Tuesday Sep 18, 2018

'Communicare puts roofs over head'

FROM the sprawling informal settlements and overcrowded backyards, it is plain to see that Cape Town has a huge housing backlog, robbing people of their dignity.

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Monday Sep 10, 2018

Higher bond numbers show banks still bullish on real estate

There has been a 4,2% increase in the number of bond approvals over the past 12 months, despite a 2,9% decline in the number of home loan applications.

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'Don't buy into the negativity'

SA may be in a "technical" recession, but a closer analysis of the figures released by StatsSA this week shows that the economy is actually heading in the right direction - and that the construction and real estate sectors are among those performing best.

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