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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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How to stay afloat in current turbulent times

For buyers and sellers transacting over the next few months, the advice from property experts is simple: This is a buyer's market, so if you don't have to sell, don't, says Herschel Jawitz, chief executive of Jawitz Properties.

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Cloud over SA property market

It looks to be a tough road ahead for the country's property market, especially since South Africa has officially slipped into a technical recession.

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How a guard dog may complicate a homeowner's liability

While many homeowners and tenants keep dogs on their properties, it's important to know that they are likely to be held liable if their animals attack a third party.

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Pet-friendly units sought

Interior designer Will Engelbrecht had always wanted a dog, but his single lifestyle in a small apartment in the City Bowl meant caring for a pet would be a challenge.

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'Land reform panic uncessary'

There is no doubt that there is great concern about land reforms amongst ordinary South Africans and especially property owners and buyers. At the same time, there is a huge amount of noise in the media and public discourse around this, often sending mixed messages.

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Looking back on three decades in SA’s property market

Estate agency boss, Seeff’s Samuel Seeff, recounts the highs and lows of 30 years in property:

1983-1987: The interest rate was in the 20%-25% range and you could not sell anything in Camps Bay. Just five years ago, you could still buy in Camps Bay for R6 million. Now the entry-level price is R10m.

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