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It’s not about the 2019 election, it’s about growth – by Ronald Ennik

Category Property Professional

Sentiment has always been the key factor that drives the residential property market. But it swings like a pendulum.

Consider the differential when selling to buy upmarket

Category Blog

To take advantage of available opportunities, aspirant buyers should consider a holistic view of their buy / sell process.

It’s not about the 2019 election, it’s about growth

Category Blog

Sentiment has always been the key factor that drives the residential property market. But it swings like a pendulum.

Has technology truly diminished the value of estate agents?

Category Blog

There is no question that unfolding new high-tech has helped both home buyers and estate agents. We have so much more information at our fingertips.

Once you feel the market has turned it did so 4 to 6 months earlier

Category Blog

Once the effects of economic rehabilitation initiatives start to kick in, South Africa will begin to feel, and reflect, the inevitable improvement in sentiment.

Estate Agents earn less now than 15 years ago

Category Blog

The impact of a slow real estate market on estate agents has been considerable. Estate agents have had no earnings increases in 10 years.

A dilemma for home sellers

Category Blog

Talk about green shoots is now rife in the property market. This presents a timing dilemma to sellers who’ve been holding out for a recovery in home prices.

SA residential property’s big picture remains encouraging

Category Blog

The whole narrative has changed in the post-Ramaphosa era – even at this early stage.

Is higher density in prime residential areas a good thing?

Category Blog

For the past 15 years there has been a gradual, but consistent, increase in residential density in the central and fringe areas of Sandton and Rosebank.

10 years of no growth has damaged fundamental belief in property

Category Blog

Traditionally, property has always been a cornerstone of anyone’s investment portfolio. But an investment demands a return.

 

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