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Enigma Private Estate, in KwaZulu-Natal’s Umhlanga area, has officially broken ground. “We are delighted to see this incredible project get underway,” said Stefan Botha, director of Rainmaker Marketing. “The civils infrastructure is expected to be complete by the end of November and the first transfers are

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Gauteng’s rental market is poised for growth recovery in the next two quarters. This is according to the quarterly PayProp Rental Index. Johette Smuts, head of data and analytics at PayProp, said as with economic growth, inflation rates and interest rates, rental growth rates show cyclical

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April saw South African house prices increase for the first time in three months. The charge was led in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, according to Standard Bank’s house prices index (HPI). House prices growth improved to 5.3% year-on-year in April after stagnating at 5.1% for each of the

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“Honey, should we stay in this house for at least one more year or do you want to move when our lease expires?” “Let’s stay, please. I hate moving! We moved last year.” “Okay, but the lease is increasing by another 10% if we stay on.” “It’s fine.

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Mount Edgecombe Retirement Village recently has reached its threshold of sales and has resulted in specialist bank, Investec, giving the green light for the construction of the top structures of the retirement village. Mount Edgecombe Retirement Village consists of one-, two- and three-bedroom, single-level sectional title

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Retirement is the fastest-growing residential investment segment in the country right now. This is according to Retire KZN, a Tongaat Hulett Developments initiative which shares retirement opportunities with the public stretching from the Upper Highway area to Umhlanga and the North Coast. With a database of about

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While there has been a level of overtrading in the Western Cape housing market, which is slowly losing steam, there is still value to be had in Cape Town. This is according to Siphamandla Mkhwanazi, Standard Bank consumer economist, who was speaking at the bank’s

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