Property News - January 2016

Welcome to our Property Investment Newsletter, the aim of which is to keep you up to date and informed as to the most recent property trends and news.

All of us at PPI would like to take this opportunity to wish you an exciting and prosperous 2016. Please feel free to contact us with regards to all your Residential, Commercial and Industrial sales, lettings and property management requirements. We look forward to being of service to you!


International Tax - Global Tax Report 2015

Foreign Investors Offered Lowest Property Costs in Shanghai but Lowest Tax Costs in Monaco.

Legal Update - How to Cancel a Residential Lease

There are a number of different laws that impact on residential leases. This article explores those relevant to the cancellation of a residential lease, and explains the proper procedure to be followed when terminating a residential lease as a result of a breach by a tenant.

Property Development - Bridge City Attracts Entrepreneurs

Bridge City, a key link in KwaZulu-Natal’s rapidly developing Northern Growth Corridor, is attracting entrepreneurs and new entrants into the property development space thereby helping grow the regional economy and uplift surrounding communities. 

Property Security - The implications of utilizing non-compliant security companies

THE Security Association of South Africa has warned that cheaply priced fly-by-night security companies have become a growing problem nationally as dubious operators seek to make a quick buck out of the high crime rate.SASA KZN chairman Gary Tintinger said the association received calls daily about non-compliant companies that were then reported to the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority for legal action.

Property Update - Global megatrends driving Real Estate growth opportunites in Africa

Rapid urbanisation, population changes, and other global megatrends including industrialisation, technology, and sustainability in city planning will drive growth in the real estate industry across Africa over the next five years, PwC said in a report released last week.

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