Property News - April 2012

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 are delighted to announce that Mark Bennett from Auction Alliance has joined our team as a specialist industrial and commercial broker. Mark will still be able to bring your properties to auction as well as to assist you with all your industrial and commercial sales and leasing requirements. We at PPI would like to formally welcome Mark on board and wish him much success in his new appointment. Marks full business profile can be viewed via the following link:

As our featured property, we have included our latest Cyprus Development which can be reviewed in conjunction with our featured article (the first in a series) as to why you should invest in Cyprus.


Climate Change - The South African Policy Approach for Industry and Commerce

Currently, South Africa has no legislation requiring a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.  However in October 2011, Government released a National Climate Change Response White Paper which will pave the way for climate change legislation.

International Property - Global house prices poised to fall in 2012

Knight Frank research predicts worldwide decline in the coming year with Brazil the only brightspot.

International Property- Cyprus has got great prospects for the future

The small European Mediterranean island state of Cyprus has got great prospects for the future. Here are a number of stories making the news in the past few months. The property industry has great mid to long term prospects.

Legal Update - Consumer Protection Act (CPA) Section 14

It has become increasingly apparent that the far-reaching effects of the peremptory provisions of the Consumer Protection Act (“CPA”) on leases of immovable property in general, and landlords and tenants in particular, requires further examination and attention.

Corporate Law - The Companies Act, Act 71 of 2008

Queries continue to be received by the EAAB regarding the consequences of the implementation of the Companies Act, 71 of 2008.

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