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Monday Apr 24, 2017

Cape Town city centre experiences population explosion

The face of central Cape Town is changing rapidly as new investment in residential development increases the number of people who call the CBD home.

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Voortrekker Road makes comeback as Cape's second CBD

Property prices in the Voortrekker Road Corridor Improvement District, including certain areas of both Bellville and Parow CBDs, have risen by about 15% over the past year.

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Tuesday Apr 18, 2017

'Police palace' set for Muizenberg mountain-side

An elaborate extension of the Muizenberg police station will require large-scale excavation of the mountain, with the cost estimated at about R20 000 a square metre, the Cape Argus has reliably learnt.

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Joburgers flock southwards

The number Gauteng "semigrants" coming to the Western Cape is likely to intensify in the coming years as South Africans look to live in perceived safer havens around the country.

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Thursday Apr 13, 2017

Atlantic Seaboard property demand continues

Demand for residential property on the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town has seen phenomenal price growth in the past few years, say property experts.

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Monday Apr 10, 2017

Are stock shortages in Cape Town real or perceived?

Stock shortages: a well-known phrase in the property market, particularly in Cape Town where it is often used to describe just how in demand properties are in this part of the country.

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Cape Town faces skills loss over house prices

Cape Town could lose out on valuable skills if it doesn't make space for first-time homebuyers, warns FNB Household and Property Sector strategist John Loos.

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What R1.2 million gets you in Cape Town

If you want to live close to the Cape Town city centre and the bank has agreed to lend you R1.2 million - where are you going house hunting?

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Wednesday Apr 05, 2017

Gardens residents up in arms over 'tapas bar'

The City of Cape Town has given the green light for the construction of a controversial open-air rooftop restaurant in Hofmeyr Street, Gardens, which some residents strongly objected to, as it was built in a heritage protected zone.

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Tuesday Apr 04, 2017

Cape Town proposes new rates and tariffs

The Cape Town City Council is planning to raise its water prices for certain consumers by up to 19.75% from July.

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