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The property market is significantly influenced by sentiment and consumer confidence. Increased political uncertainty, low economic growth and inflationary pressures caused property buyers to ease off on new property purchases during 2017. This was according to Rhys Dyer, CEO of bond originator ooba, who noted that reduced demand

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The State of Transformation Report for the South African Property Sector published by the Property Sector Charter Council (PSCC) shows that the South African residential property market has increased by nearly R1tn over six years, from the 2010/11 to 2016/17 financial year. The residential property market

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Nearly half of all new home loan applications received by bond originator, ooba, are from buyers who have no access to a deposit, but 74% of these applicants are successful in their bid to secure 100% bonds This is according to Kay Geldenhuys, property finance processing

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The average purchase price between Q4 2015 and Q4 2016 showed positive nominal (including consumer price inflation) growth of 7.1%; while nominal quarter-on-quarter growth from Q3 to Q4 2016 confirms that growth in the property market has slowed significantly. This is according to Rhys Dyer, bond

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