Home / Articles Posted by HomeTimes Administrator (Page 2)

The recent Lotto winner has a world of choice available when it comes to buying real estate. Here are a few super-luxury homes on the market right now, listed by the Seeff Property group. Constantia Upper (R69m) The spectacular Mintaka Estate with its own private vineyard, 25,000m² of

READ MORE

After almost a decade of double-digit growth and riding high as the strongest rental market, 2018 yielded the lowest growth figures for the Western Cape since 2012, according to Payprop data. However, certain areas have fared better than others, especially those where the market has

READ MORE

"Climate change is real.” Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s budget speech statement is a fact. But now what? We need to be smart, diligent and brave to reach the low carbon future the National Development Plan plotted out for us, says Dorah Modise, CEO Green Building

READ MORE

Boasting what is arguably Cape Town’s best view of the Cape Peninsula, with contemporary grand designs featuring the latest technology, as well as a nature reserve on its doorstep, there’s no denying that Baronetcy Estate in Plattekloof, is the “Atlantic Seaboard” of the Northern Suburbs.

READ MORE

This was always going to be one of South Africa’s toughest budgets with enormous pressure on government resources in an extremely difficult economic environment. Under the circumstances, relatively new Finance Minister Tito Mboweni can be praised for his disarming honesty and openness about the vast

READ MORE

Some 70% of units have already been sold in the first phase of Asrin Property Developers’ Gemstone Estate development within Cravenby Estate. With construction just months away from completion, interest in phase one, The Topaz, remains high. Rehana Moosa, marketing executive at Asrin says: “Uptake has

READ MORE

Minister Tito Mboweni’s first Budget is likely to be a “tough” one, with economic weakness constraining revenues along with a seemingly endless list of urgent spending priorities - some bordering on crises - giving him little room to manoeuvre. But under-pressure government finances are nothing new.

READ MORE