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How to buy your first property

I Africa 29.08.2012
How to buy your first property

For first-time buyers taking their initial steps towards purchasing a property, there are a few essential aspects that should be considered beforehand such as whether the buyer is ready for the investment and well researched on all the types of options available to them, says Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa.

Photo/FILE A view of the Real Estate in Upper market areas of Westlands in Nairobi.

Nairobi recorded the highest rate of growth in luxury real estate prices in the world in 2011 with the Kenyan coast coming in second, according to rankings released by the World Wealth Report 2012.

Global real estate show to host Qatar pavilion

Qatar’s world-class development companies will take centre stage at a unique national pavilion at MIPIM, world’s largest real estate development event, as the country reinforces its position as a global leader in urban planning, construction and sustainable development.

African Real Estate Awards Launched

Esther Awuah Daily Guide Ghana 23.02.2012

Bargain ‘bloodbath’ in SA property market

Leila Samodien Cape Times 25.01.2012
Roland Igbinoba, Director, Arehf Academy

African Real Estate & Housing Finance Academy (AREHF) has officially launched its maiden housing awards in Accra.

Bargain ‘bloodbath’ in SA property market

Desperate property sellers are flooding the market, with properties being offered at knockdown prices around the country, including certain areas of Cape Town.

'Property buyers factor rate hikes into pricing'

Many buyers are anticipating an interest rate hike next year, says Auction Alliance CEO Rael Levitt, whose company has sold over three billion rand in commercial property this year alone.

Commercial property posts strong returns

SA's commercial real estate market returned to double-digit performance in 2010, with a total return of 13.3%, compared with the revised 8.8% (8.7%) return in the previous comparable period.

Property market ‘in for another tough year’

THABANG MOKOPANELE Business Day 12.01.2011

Estate agency sector faces widespread probe

THABANG Business Day 12.01.2011
Property market ‘in for another tough year’

HE property market can expect another tough year with economic indicators painting a grim picture. According to First National Bank (FNB) figures for last month, released on Monday, the bank’s valuers anticipate more hard work for the sector, with weak demand for houses relative to supply.

Estate agency sector faces widespread probe

A COUNTYWIDE investigation will probe 5826 estate agencies and 27769 estate agents as the Estate Agency Affairs Board throws its net wider in ensuring that firms and individuals are operating above board.


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