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Stellenbosch property stock shortages

The total number of properties sold in Stellenbosch in the first five months of this year is only half that sold for the same period in 2013, but the problem is a lack of stock rather than buyers.

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Kleinmond a retirement hotspot

Safety, convenience, spectacular views and a tightly-knit community are some of the main reasons that Kleinmond, which lies on the Whale Coast in the Western Cape, continues to draw a large complement of home buyers on the point of retirement.

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Mpumalanga buy-to-let property hotspot

A combination of factors in Mpumalanga such as new mines and power stations, annual shutdowns and an influx of contractual workers are causing an unprecedented demand for accommodation and especially rental accommodation in towns like Secunda, Witbank andMiddelburg.

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Seeff Umhlanga’s ‘young bloods’ excel

Seeff KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) business owners have deliberately instituted a new era where the focus is on building a consolidated sales and administration team that incorporates experienced agents as well as ‘young bloods’.

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Herold Gie ‘Winter Speaker Series’

One of Cape Town’s law firms, Herold Gie Attorneys, has recently announced the launch of its ‘Winter Speaker Series’, an informative series of speaker events serving to address legal topics of interest for small to medium enterprises.

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Top African real estate markets

Where transparency broadens, real estate capital flows and market change follows. This trend has finally made its way to one of the “final frontiers” of commercial real estate: Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), which has claimed five of the global top 10 spots for greatest improvements in real estate market transparency: Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia and Mauritius.

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Durban’s exciting new development

Following the continuing success of the development in the Maboneng Precinct in downtownJohannesburg, Propertuity is excited to announce their first development in another great African city: Durban.

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EPS joins forces with Enforce Security

Increasingly, security is a key factor in regard to the management and marketability of commercial property as well as ensuring the preservation of property values – whether it relates to retail, office or industrial property, says Marna van der Walt, chief executive officer of Excellerate Property Services (EPS).

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Sandton weighs heavy on national office vacancies

JOHANNESBURG – The sheer number of speculative developments in Sandton is the main driver for increasing office vacancies, helping to push the national average to 11.3% in the second quarter of 2014, up from 11% in the previous quarter.

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R234m office property in Umhlanga

Nedbank Corporate Property Finance has ensured another property opportunity realised, through its financing of The Centenary office building in Umhlanga New Town Centre, which was launched on 8 May.

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Randburg priority area for commercial property owners and tenants

Strategically well positioned to the north-west of Johannesburg, just 10 minutes from Sandton and easily accessible via main arterials such as the N1, Bram Fischer Drive, the M20, M9, M16, M5 and William Nicol Drive, Randburg is considered a priority area and important commercial node in the City of Johannesburg’s five-year Integrated Development Plan and Johannesburg 2040 Strategy.

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