Property News - October 2016

Welcome to the PPI Property Investment Newsletter, this month being edition 120 which makes it a milestone 10 years of uninterupted monthly news feeds. Thank you to all our loyal contributers, please keep the property related articles coming. If you would like to become a contributor please contact [email protected]

We are also delighted to announce two new appointments being Claire Hodgson and Matthew Hayter. Claire will be working primarily in Residential Sales and Lettings and can be contacted on 082 511 9081 or via [email protected]   while Matthew will be focusing on Commercial Sales and Lettings and can be contacted on 082 569 1765 or via [email protected]   We would like to formally welcome them to our team and wish them all the best.


Ecological Innovation - Can Eco-Innovation Provide Sustainabe Development in Developing Countries?

As an investment in long-term economic growth, planning, designing and building of infrastructure must not only benefit development, but also the environment. 

Racial Discrimination - Racism in the estate agency sector must be eradicated

It is axiomatic that racism in South Africa will only be finally eradicated once appropriate individual and collective actions are immediately instituted against any of the many manifestations of racism and discrimination once they occur.

Property Development - Contemporary New Building for Durban's Historic Port Precinct

One of Durban’s first settled areas, the historic Point Precinct, is now home to a contemporary new building: the iconic headquarters of The Lion Match Company!

Durbans Development - Bridge City moving closer to mixed-use vision

The Bridge City development north of Durban is gaining momentum as a new urban centre within a polycentric metro - increasing density, creating a mix of uses and linking adjacent areas to each other and the wider metropolitan region. With bulk infrastructure - particularly transport nodes - already operational, the development of the town centre is moving apace.

Residential Research - Global House Price Index

Over recent quarters Turkey, Sweden and New Zealand have occupied the top positions in our Global House Price Index whilst key Asian markets have dominated the lower ranks. This quarter is no different.

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