Showing posts from January, 2014


Interest rate hike will pinch

Durban's Warwick plans get green light

Housing institutions struggle

Pretoria tramlines to be marked with memorial

Property market dreads rate hike

New rule could help home loan defaulters

Joburg targets illegal businesses

Inflation holds back mortgages

Survey shows most connected suburbs

Student quarters at a premium

New passengers overwhelm Gautrain

FNB: Home affordability a challenge

Standard Bank victim of property fraud

Opposition to Somerset West housing estate plan

Zindzi Mandela incurs neighbours' wrath over noise

Reduced parking proposed for property developments

Less than half of buyers in suburbs are white

Neighbours ask permission to tear down Houghton property walls

Property developer 'copyrights' plans to prevent insight by neighbours

Solutions for property owners in financial distress

Higher incomes now needed to qualify for bonds

Alternatives to a fixed rate mortgage bond

Global property prices are now above pre-crisis levels

Cape Town to spend R1.2bn on housing projects

Real property prices rise slightly after years of decline

'Understand the macro-economic factors behind the property market'

Traffic snarl-ups in store for Pretoria motorists

Living standards statistics show Joburg is tops for earning

Joburg property valuations will be known soon

Debt levels will put the brakes on price growth