Property News - February 2011

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.

As our featured properties we have included the two best buys for the month, both of which being well situated in prime Umhlanga Rocks and in lower La Lucia. Please contact the respective agents to arrange a viewing at your convenience.

Should you require a tenant for one of your properties then please do not hesitate to contact us as we currently have a waiting list of prospective tenants with clean credit records. We offer our landlords the option of full management or tenant placement only.


SA House Price Indices - Growth in home values ended 2010 at a low

The slower pace of house price growth in the last six months of 2010 is related to the base effect of a recovery in house price growth in the second half of 2009, while economic conditions such as slowing economic growth, job losses, stagnant consumer confidence and …

Require bond or bridging finance? … Let’s bond together

This means there is no need for clients to approach each financial institution individually to get the best deal, submit paper work and follow up thus saving time, effort, costs and our services are free.

Pacon Construction – Aluminium Products for High End South African Estates

Aluminium Products to High End Estates such as Simbithi Eco-Estate, Zimbali, The Royal Palms, Wakenshaw Estate as well as many other private homes in and around the Durban area

Market Update - Corobrik appoints additional two black directors and is well poised for future growth

Following a three year recession in which the construction industry faced a severe downturn, Corobrik’s Managing Director Dirk Meyer says the company has weathered the financial storm of the last 3 years extremely well.

UK Property – Residential development land price growth slows

There is a risk for 2011 that with an increasing level of stock coming into the market, out of Bank restructuring, supply will begin to rise just as demand is falling back.

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