'What buyers should ask on property showdays'
A showday can tell you a lot more about a property that its layout or perhaps the condition of its roof - provided you ask the right questions.[Read More]
Posted at 09:19AM Apr 17, 2014 by Editor in Market |
Unlet offices in Sandton raise red flag
A steep increase in vacancies in prime office blocks in Sandton has raised a red flag about the future direction of the economy.[Read More]
Posted at 08:14AM Apr 17, 2014 by Editor in Johannesburg |
Credit amnesty's impact on the property market
This month saw credit amnesty come into effect, which will essentially ensure that certain negative financial information is removed from consumer's credit records at credit bureaus.[Read More]
Posted at 06:55AM Apr 17, 2014 by Editor in Market |
Cape Town spurns urban edge restrictions
The City of Cape Town is a step closer to shifting the urban edge and rezoning agricultural land in Durbanville to allow for a mixed-use development on the historic Farm Uitkamp.[Read More]
Posted at 08:23AM Apr 16, 2014 by Editor in Cape Town |
Camps Bay bowling club hits out at 'vilification' of its members
The Camps Bay Bowling Club has broken its media silence on the fracas about its lease and appealed to the City of Cape Town and the Camps Bay Preparatory School for an amicable solution that will suit both parties.[Read More]
Posted at 07:16AM Apr 16, 2014 by Editor in Cape Town |
Cape Town denies eatery choice was 'done deal'
The City of Cape Town had decided 'long ago' that Madame Zingara would take over the Company's Garden Restaurant, says Manuel Rodrigues, who has run the quaint eatery for almost 40 years.[Read More]
Posted at 06:19AM Apr 16, 2014 by Editor in Cape Town |
Exhibition displays ideas for Cape Town's Foreshore
Cape Town's infamous unfinished freeways are a step closer to being more than just the butt of a longstanding joke or the set of a stunt movie or reality TV show.[Read More]
Posted at 08:54AM Apr 15, 2014 by Editor in Cape Town |
Camps Bay Bowling Club lease is 'binding'
The Camps Bay Bowling Club - described by some as a 'glorified outlet for a team of mainly white males' - must be allowed to operate until 2018 because its lease is legally binding.[Read More]
Posted at 08:50AM Apr 15, 2014 by Editor in Cape Town |