Wednesday, 18 July 2007 02:00

Decayed areas 'still have amenities'

It is easier to bring the commercial component to a residential area than the other way around

Monday, 05 February 2007 02:00

SA climbs world charts

Global investors on the prowl for untapped property investment opportunities are discovering that SA is cropping up more frequently in global research as a market with serious allure.

Monday, 23 October 2006 02:00

Redefine spells out Rosebank renaissance

With work having started on the Gautrain project, Rosebank property owners Redefine Income Fund and Standard Bank Property Finance and Advisory Services are planning a rejuvenation project for the Rosebank Arena precinct, which could be worth up to R450m.

Friday, 31 March 2006 02:00

One big building site

SA enters decade of massive property development, but has anybody planned beyond five years?

Wednesday, 23 November 2005 02:00

Soaring building costs slow down developers

SOARING building costs will probably prevent an oversupply of new office developments, and in turn create a positive office rental market in the short to medium term.

Wednesday, 08 December 2004 02:00

Eastern Cape catches the property tsunami

 

Eastern Cape is the fastest growing province in SA in terms of house price increases for the third quarter of this year, compared with the corresponding period last year.

Wednesday, 06 October 2004 02:00

Conference on investment

Investment Property Databank (IPD) and commercial property association Sapoa will host a property investment conference at Sandton Sun on November 3 and 4.

Much is changing on the South African Real estate scene.  Traditional institutional investors are listing major portions of asset portfolios and large owners are divesting in certain market segments and specialist funds and opportunistic investors are moving into these investments with evident success.  How sustainable are these trends?

Wednesday, 28 January 2004 02:00

Finest in city living back in town

Developers are hoping to turn Johannesburg's inner centre into something that resembles Manhattan

Tuesday, 09 September 2003 02:00

Vacancies let tenants upgrade

Despite average GDP growth of 2,7% in the 10 years since 1993, close to 2m m² of new A- and B-grade office space was built in Johannesburg's northern suburbs. Even allowing for the 550 000 m² space that is vacant because of over development - and the 400 000 m² that lies abandoned by companies that fled the Johannesburg CBD for the suburbs - that is about 110 000 m² net take-up/year in the past decade.

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