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Foreign property buyers more interested than 40 years ago

Dr Andrew Golding, Chief Executive of the Pam Golding Property Group, agrees that the South African real estate market remains attractive to foreign buyers. “During the lockdown period we have continued to receive enquiries from international buyers from approximately 40 countries around the globe.

July tariff increase set to be major influence on sales

This month even more pressure on disposable income struck already hard-hit consumers with a general rise in electricity tariffs and municipal rates and taxes.

“It is important to note that in addition to the14,6% increase in electricity tariffs, water and sanitation is going up by6,8%, refuse removal by 4,3% and property rates by 2%,” “says Herschel Jawitz of Jawitz Properties.

Speakers Corner: This is how to buy in 2021 buyer’s market

It’s good news for first time property buyers because there’s never been a better time to buy property in South Africa than right now.

According to the latest Absa Homeowner sentiment Index, buying sentiment is the highest it’s been in six years.

Why Rosebank - the "It" neighbourhood in JHB

Rosebank, Johannesburg, one of the oldest suburbs in the City of Gold, is getting a glow-up. Always a popular choice for families looking for proximity to excellent schools, an influx of local and international businesses, embassies and new restaurants and hotels has given it a youthful, modern and trendy edge.

Rebosa AGM notice

The Annual General Meeting of Rebosa will be held on Wednesday, 28 July 2021 at 11h00.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown restrictions the AGM will be convened in a virtual teleconferencing format using a third-party software, Zoom.


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