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While the residential property market looks to be struggling around most of the country, it would seem that Pretoria East is one of the few exceptions.
In April 2017, the FNB House Price Index showed some further acceleration in year-on-year growth compared with the March rate, after having gone through a “dip” late in 2016.
The FNB House Price Index for 2016 as a whole rose by 5%, slower than the 7.2% and 6.5% for 2014 and 2015 respectively.
The residential property market has had its ups and downs during 2016 as the economy stagnates, the Reserve Bank started hiking interest rates again and consumers struggle with household debt-to-income.
Gross Domestic Product for the 2nd Quarter of 2016 showed some mild improvement, returning to positive growth after a 1st Quarter contraction.
Some may perceive the Commercial Property Sector not to have “boomed” to the extent of the Residential Sector over the past 2 decades, with the Residential Market having experienced an extreme price growth boom prior to 2008.
According to the FNB House Price Index, the average house price for April 2015 rose 5.0% year-on-year.
October 2014 House Price Index growth rate slows again, but a "re-acceleration" of sorts may be near.
September 2014 House Price Index growth rate slows again, but a "re-acceleration" of sorts may be near
Home owners and residential property investors are likely to start making money again on their bricks-and-mortar assets this year after a six-year housing slump.