A bit of not so good news.
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The legislation limits women from legally claiming property deeds in their names
Have you given any thought to your retirement yet? What about your parents? KZN North Coast is now a favoured choice for SA retirement.
Cape Town’s property market is eye watering.
Might as well live in a doll’s house.
Common sense prevails in ConCourt
Shift away from that big ol’ rock and suddenly your rand goes across far more square meters than a tiny apartment in Cape Town’s city centre.
Grim figures reveal that average-income earners are being priced out of the city
Mr Geffen’s fierce words and bleak predictions ring true with the fears of most South Africans
Relentless campaigning has pushed local government into action
Rising costs are driving poorer residents out of CPT
You’ve probably heard the saying – ‘safe as houses’ used when referring to property investments. But just how safe is an investment in property versus a high-risk portfolio like investing in the stock market?
We’ll be running a series of these looking at other cities across South Africa for comparison.
There are many reasons for buying your own home. Some of them may be purely financial, like getting onto the property ladder as an investment, but more often than not, it is for personal reasons, like the imminent arrival of a baby or a commitment to a specific lifestyle.
Do Capetonians need another reason to feel awesome? They probably need no encouragement, but a report by Knight Frank Global Residential Cities Index has put Cape Town in its top 100 cities for growth in property value.
Teeny tiny castle, but no less magical.
Just because a suburbs is “more expensive” does not mean the tenant is getting more for their money, though…
As Cape Town residents continue their fight against property developers and the City, campaigners have stepped in to support their eviction battle to Wolverivier.
Cape Town’s well-known for it’s multi-million Rand property market, but so often it’s the seaboard raking in the big bucks. Well, at R26 million, this is one hell of a sell and a sexy one at that.
Hardly a surprise to anyone who has tried to buy (or rent) property in Cape Town recently.
If you’re looking to rent your home long-term (and AirBnb isn’t your thing) or sell, take these five tips and get ready to pack your bags