With the interest rate at its lowest in decades, after the welcome announcement today of a further 25 basis points drop in the repo rate, it may now be more financially prudent to buy rather than rent a home.

Property in the Western Cape is regarded by many as among the most expensive in the country, and for first-home buyers, often completely out of reach. 

The property market is holding steady in challenging times, with the lower end of the market accounting for the bulk of home loan applications.

Apart from the tax reprieve announced by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni in the National Budget, with no major tax increases and even personal income tax relief across the board.

Wednesday, 26 February 2020 20:01

No transfer duties for property valued below R1m

From next month, consumers buying property valued at less than R1 million will no longer be required to pay transfer duties, the National Treasury announced on Wednesday.

The impending budget speech has everyone anxious and for good reason.

Herschel Jawitz has cautiously welcomed President Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation address, which addressed most of the critical issues facing the country but not necessarily in enough detail.

As in the case of the buying/selling market survey, brokers perceive the most buoyant conditions to be in the Industrial Rental Market.

Thursday, 16 January 2020 22:32

Property in 2020 - here's what's happening

With the political, economic and social landscape in South Africa being what it is, i.e. dynamic but riddled with challenges.

Against the backdrop of a persistently sluggish economy, subdued market confidence and lower-than expected inflation.

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