Thursday, 09 October 2003 02:00

Cuts a boon for auctions

Recent decreases in interest rates have boosted SA's burgeoning auction industry.

Monday, 08 September 2003 02:00

Sapoa concerned about council

Gauteng's South African Property Owners' Association (Sapoa) members are increasingly concerned about the "chaos" prevalent at the Johannesburg City Council.

Friday, 15 August 2003 02:00

Major upswing in East London.

Strategically situated in the heart of the Border / Ciskei / Transkei region, East London - or Buffalo City - is becoming a major service centre of growing importance, a factor which has created a strong demand for both commercial and residential property in the areasays Gwyn Bassingthwaighte,
who heads up the commercial property division of Pam Golding Properties East London office.

Thursday, 14 August 2003 02:00

MAJOR PROPERTY UPSWING IN EAST LONDON

Strategically situated in the heart of the Border / Ciskei / Transkei region, East London - or Buffalo City - is becoming a major service centre of growing importance, a factor which has created a strong demand for both commercial and residential property in the area says Gwyn Bassingthwaighte who heads up the commercial property division of Pam Golding Properties East
London office.

Hands-on management, long-term commitment could deliver better yields than in northern suburbs.

The Cape commercial property market is starting to follow the residential property market by using the auction mechanism as a first choice method of sale, says Auction Alliance CEO Rael Levitt.

Using different methodologies leads to distrust in the investment community.

Auction sales of commercial and industrial property in Cape Town seem to be following international property trends as a preferred method of sale, says Auction Alliance chief executive Rael Levitt.

Monday, 03 March 2003 02:00

Auctions can unwrap a real value.

Auction sales of commercial and industrial property in Gauteng are following international trends, according to Auction Alliance Chief Executive Rael Levitt.

 

DURBAN Property unit trust Martprop Property Fund anticipated finalising deals worth R150m within the next month and was actively seeking acquisitions while the market offered good values, MD Roger Perkin said yesterday.

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