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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

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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.

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If you’re new to a city, it can be tricky to know where to start your property search – especially if you’re looking in regions as large as Cape Town or Gauteng. “Cape Town, Pretoria, and Johannesburg are big cities, so a lot will depend on

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The sectional title market in Cape Town has shown aggressive growth since the property market started making its recovery from the global financial crisis in early 2013 with year-on-year increases of roughly 20% and, in some instances, up to 30%. This is according to Ryan

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We’ve known for some time that our drinking water is seriously contaminated with an assortment of pharmaceuticals and chemicals. Perhaps, as consumers, we have become inured to the fact that the national standard for drinking water (SANS 241: 2015) does not take into account the need

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A dozen prime Cape properties including a highly desirable Cape Town CBD commercial space, another in Claremont’s CBD, a building two minutes’ walk from the ocean in Sea Point and one of the Atlantic Seaboard’s most spectacular mansions are set to be auctioned off this

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Cape Town property owners who ignore a 30-day compliance notice to stop holiday/transient guest letting without approval of city authorities as required under the Municipal Planning By-law 2015 could be found guilty in the municipal court of a criminal offence, says Councillor Brett Herron, Mayoral

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Property prices have appreciated by 165% over the past decade at The Victoria and Alfred Marina, according to Lightstone statistics, and the median price of apartments sold in the Marina have soared from R9,75m last year to a massive R15,9m thus far this year, based

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Cape Town’s highly publicised water shortage has caused more than just the dams to dry up. Local experts say demand for property in the region has also suffered in the wake of the Western Cape’s driest years in living memory. Thankfully, with winter rains finally beginning to turn the tide on water availability in

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