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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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Buying international property

Buying an international property is an excellent way for investors to diversify their current property or investment portfolios, provided the necessary considerations are taken into account.

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Zero deposit leases gaining favour

There is a mounting awareness amongst those looking to rent of the option nowadays to enter into a zero deposit lease. As a result, rental management agents are reporting not just an upsurge in the numbers responding to advertisements for zero deposit properties, but that prospective tenants are increasingly making direct enquiries about their options to secure a zero deposit lease.

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Buying close to schools and churches

For a while, I lived near a graveyard or cemetery in Montgomery Park in Johannesburg and used to get the ‘where did you say you live again’ when the word cemetery was thrown into the sentence.

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Property market to slow slightly: FNB

JOHANNESBURG – Economic growth is expected to pick up after a 0.6% contraction in the first quarter of 2014, but rising interest rates will still slow down the property market, First National Bank (FNB) said on Monday.

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Check paperwork when buying ST unit

When buying a sectional title unit with a garage one would assume that when it came to selling that unit, all the paperwork would be in order and transfer would go through without a hitch.

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First female President for RICS

The first female President in the Institution’s 146 year history, she gave her inaugural speech (1 July 2014) during RICS’ Governing Council meeting in London.

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South Africa’s pioneer golf estates

This article follows up our feature on South Africa’s top golf estates, in which we looked at four of the top rated golf estates in the country, namely: Arabella, Leopard Creek, Pearl Valley and Atlantic Beach.

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Infrastructure drives GDP growth

The continued slide in the South African economy can largely be attributed to persistent and significant infrastructure constraints, with the most broadly felt being the lack of sufficient and reliable power supply to fuel higher levels of growth, according to Nicola Weimar, senior economist at Nedbank.

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IMF likely to cut SA’s growth forecast

THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) is likely to cut South Africa’s economic growth forecast for the third time in under a year as it becomes clear that Eskom’s limited electricity supply and repeated strikes are weighing on economic growth.

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Biodiversity enhances property value

The fact is our economic and social development depends significantly on the state of the country’s biodiversity, also referred to as natural capital, and this, in turn, is increasingly becoming integral to how people perceive value in specific properties.

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