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Friday Aug 27, 2021

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Private bankers vs bond originators for home finance

Is applying for a home loan through your private banker the best option, when you have an alternative with bond originators? We examine the pros and cons.

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Keen interest boosts Midrand

The current resurgence in residential and commercial market activity in Midrand has highlighted the area's desirability as the place to live, invest and work, with agents reporting a notable spike in first-time buyers and investors.

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Joburg housing development labelled a scam

South Jozi, a property development organization, has been accused of swindling money from the poor with the promise of affordable housing.

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Experts advise caution in residential property market

When it comes to investing in residential buy-to-let property, "unsexy is probably the new sexy" - in other words, stick to a simple three-bedroom, full-title home or a two-bedroom cluster unit.

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Anger over Green Point 'Tent City' eviction

Cape Town's demolition of tents housing homeless people in Green Point has raised the ire of homeless activists, who called the eviction illegal because the tents were on private property.

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'Ongoing resilience of residential property'

'Demand for office space is likely to be reduced and that at least some of that space will be repurposed to residential accommodation. This means that there is likely to be an increase in new residential stock in some hubs.'

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'Uptick in demand for luxury homes'

There has been an uptick in the demand for luxury homes in the R10 million-plus price band this year, Pam Golding Properties chief executive Dr Andrew Golding said this week.

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Wednesday Aug 18, 2021

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'Vagrants must leave Cape cemetery'

After numerous complaints by the cemetery board on the deteriorating state of the Johnston Road cemetery because of vagrants sleeping there, SA Human Rights Commissioner Chris Nissen has vowed to personally ask vagrants next to the cemetery to clear out and respect the dead.

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