The Cape Town metro has seen a lot of ups and downs in the property market over the last year as it battles against a local drought which impacts investor confidence and now faces the more national challenge of a recession, but it’s not all bad news for property enthusiasts.
Once you’ve found the right property for sale in Randfontein and settle into your new home, you may want to take a look at Cape Town water crisis and see how changes to your lifestyle can help you set up a sustainable way of looking out for your water security.
When it comes to luxury property for sale, it is hard to beat security estates. If this is an option that has grabbed your interest, you can take a look at the top 10 most expensive estates on offer in the province, all of which boast some incredible features.
A large part of buying a home as a successful investment is about timing. What the market is doing at the time of your purchase can determine whether you make a large return on that investment in a few years or suffer a setback, but how do you know when the time is right?
South Africa is currently experiencing what can be explained as a hybrid property market. Stuart Manning of the Seeff Property Group has given a description of the current trading conditions in South Africa, and pointed out why those putting property for sale could see positive returns in the future.
Airbnb has made waves in the rental industry, allowing a larger number of people to rent out their properties through an easy-to-use online platform. While the platform has become hugely popular, property experts don’t believe it is strong enough to take over the entire rental market.