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The Covid pandemic forced a rethink about traditional real estate practices like show houses, offices and neighbourhood drives with buyers. Has an invisible virus changed for good the way we market and sell our homes?

EAAB CEO says industry must wait a little longer …

The real estate industry must wait another week before the office of their regulating body, Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB), may (or may not) reopen on 1 July.

     

Speakers Corner

The lockdown hit the real estate industry hard and left thousands of estate agents with little or no income. Could the real estate regulator have done more to show support? Many estate agents felt left out in the cold.

     
     

Court orders deeds office to step up

​​The Cape Town deeds office has been in the news quite a bit lately due to closures and slow turn-around times. The said deeds office can easily be said to have been a beacon amongst all the deeds offices in the country – before lockdown.

     

Supplementary Budget and real estate

South Africa is facing a long and tough road to economic recovery. Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s Supplementary Budget maps out how this will be achieved, and it holds a number of positives for the real estate industry say property leaders.

     

      

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