Property News - June 2017
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No Games - The city has saved itself a fortune and can now focus on more important projects
Planned and relevant property development, such as tourism, logistics, and service-related business, will continue to flourish in the years ahead, believes Yianni Pavlou, company principal at Portfoilo Property Investments.
Rockefeller Foundation - Durban takes resilience seriously
Durban has joined the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities Programme and is committed to building a city that will withstand the changes of time, climate and society. It aims to create a city that will survive and thrive in spite of environmental and societal changes.
Germany’s property market has resisted the overheating and subsequent slowdown seen in other European markets in recent years, and its stability is unlikely to be rocked by the upcoming election result.
SA Politics - President Jacob Zuma 2017 State of the Nation Address
President of the Republic of South Africa on the occasion of the Joint Sitting of Parliament Cape Town.
Property Tax - Pravin Gordhan raises transfer duty threshold from R750,000 to R900,000
This aspirant sector of the market is a key driver of South Africa’s residential property market, solidly underpinning activity, particularly in metropolitan hubs which increasingly draw a younger generation of home buyers wanting accommodation close to the workplace.