This week: Fewer buyers, but banks grant more home loans; Residential property affordability; and planned residential building activity showing strong growth.
This week: Dual representation by conveyancers is off the table; and the UK Government has published a summary of responses to last year’s Call for Evidence.
This week: Average house price growth surprises to the downside; Pretoria to promote inner-city high-rises; and low credit and mortgage growth.
This week: Repossessed property owners dealt a blow; flat rentals outperform inflation; and Notyesi and Barnard elected co-chairpersons to lead Law Society.
This week: Let taxman help pay for home office; Residential Property Indices; and can we trust real estate predictions?
This week: ‘On-Demand’ expectation from consumers challenges the property industry; Treasury hastens title deed handover to poor homes; and building statistics.
This week: SAPOA raises concerns over land expropriation; online agents will have to employ sales progression teams; and look out for restrictions on your property.
This week: Deeds office strike a disaster for KZN economy; seven questions about expropriating land without compensation; and credit and mortgage advances.
This week: How to bounce back after overpricing; Joburg property owners must check municipal valuations; and Cape Town House Price Indices.