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Many individuals who already own more than one property mistakenly overlook key principles of wealth creation that could potentially unlock their ability to grow their property portfolios.
Nedbank Corporate Property Finance has granted R42-million to J Post Investments, 100% owned by Capstone Property Group, for the purchase of Media Mill office park, located in Braamfontein, Gauteng.
Known for its regeneration projects in Braamfontein, urban renewal specialist Aengus Investment Properties is adding to the growing creative spirit of this part of the city by launching the Oh! 11 project.
Aucor Property has announced that the well known Nedbank Corner in Braamfontein will come under the hammer at its April Auction event
Universities throughout the country are faced with an ever-increasing problem as their students struggle to find suitable accommodation and many institutions have now reached student accommodation crisis levels. In Gauteng in particular, students are faced with a chronic shortage of safe, secure and affordable accommodation and this is fertile grounds for creating excellent investment opportunities to those willing to engage this market
In addition to an almost insatiable demand for student accommodationin, Braamfontein is rapidly emerging as a vibrant growth node and experiencing a surge in demand for all kinds of property uses requiring of developers to exercise special foresight
Vividend Income Fund’s (Vividend) recent acquisition of the R790 million Vusani portfolio, financed by Nedbank Corporate Property Finance, reaffirms bank’s position as the market leader in the commercial property finance industry
The state-run Passenger Rail Agency of SA plans to invest R500m to deck over the Braamfontein rail-stock yard for mixed-use property developments that will link the Johannesburg inner city with the historical suburb of Fordsburg
Almost 2 000 attractive student accommodation opportunities are set to come onto the market in downtown Joburg - close to the two major universities – in time for the 2012 academic year
By 2000 the last psychological blow fell. One could argue that most businesses that were going to leave inner city Joburg had done so by the mid 1990s.