Property News - November 2017
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.
This month we would like to welcome Demarlon Pather to our team and encourage you to contact him with your residential, commercial and industrial property requirements in KZN. Demarlon can be contacted on [email protected]
Please also feel free to contact the rest of our team with regards to all your sales, lettings and property management requirements. We look forward to being of service to you!
Durban Development - School Boost for Sibaya
Tongaat Hulett has signed a landmark deal with education group ADvTECH to develop the first new school in the uMhlanga region in more than 14 years.
Investment Research - Conditions are better than you think
The last three years have been tough for economies and investors. Perhaps investors’ expectations were a bit high over the period 2009 to 2015. Over this period, global economic growth slowed and politicians increasingly dictated terms on a macro level.
CBD Redevelopment - Successful Regeneration of Durban's Declining Hubs
MIXED-USE developments catering for today’s live-work-play trend continue to hold the power for regeneration in many arears and if developed and managed correctly, can also attract people back to declining main hubs, such as the DURBAN CBD.
News Insights - Motion of no confidence
In this opinion piece, independent political analyst JP Landman explores the hidden politics behind the unsuccessful motion of no confidence in President Zuma. He explains why the steady deterioration in the ANC and the resultant fear of implosion in the party should a leadership reorganisation be fast-tracked are key reasons why Parliament appears to rally behind Zuma.
Property People - Jonny Friedman is an outlier and the man who might well succeed in re-inventing Durban.
In the last three years Jonny Friedman has invested R1, 2-billion in Durban and he isn’t stopping anytime soon. His business has transformed key areas of the city and created a buzz about Durban’s potential. After property funds pulled out of Durban’s CBD, Friedman invested, big time.