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Tale of two markets, will 2020 be a turnaround for property sellers?

Category Property Markets

Two to three years ago the property market was all about sellers, rising prices and the tale of two cities with Cape Town on a high performance trajectory

KZN's Queensburgh property market going from strength to strength

Category Property Markets

Historically known as a railway town, Malvern in Queensburgh has gone from strength to strength and has become a very popular and sought after suburb.

City buyers don't just love the lamb, but Karoo houses too, says Seeff

Category Property Markets

City dwellers don't just love Karoo lamb but are increasingly migrating to the more affordable towns of the Karoo.

Sweet spot for sellers as middle-income property up to R1.8m flourishes

Category Property Markets

If you are selling in the middle-income sector between R700 000 and R1.8 million, then you are better off than most other sellers.

Entrepreneurial growth to drive commercial property demand across key Cape locations

Category Property Markets

The City of Cape Town is also looking at this to boost the local economy, in partnership with the private sector is also looking to encourage this.

Mortgage loans in Zimbabwe explained - Seeff

Category Property Markets

When making this decision it is very important to be well informed on the nitty-gritty involved and we would like to expand on different types of mortgage loans

An Overview of the Zambian Property Market.

Category Property Markets

Lusungu Kayela, Seeff's Principal in Zambia says Zambia is a safe, peaceful, democratic country that has benefited from good macro-economic stability.

Housing loans are cheaper, banks are keen to lend, make the most of it, says Seeff

Category Property Markets

The banks are competing aggressively for home loan business and there is every reason for buyers to get into the property market, says Samuel Seeff, chairman.

Cape coastal lag benefits buyers

Category Property Markets

The slow-down in the Cape coastal property market is a boon for holiday buyers given that price growth has halted in the high demand hot spots.

Seeff's guide to the coastal towns of Namibia

Category Property Markets

Swakopmund was recently voted "Kwela Town of the year" and this is bringing renewed focus back to Namibia.

 

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