Sunday, 01 July 2001 02:00

SAPOA 2001-1 Market comments

The following is a short synopsis of some of the trends and factors influencing the property market in the CBDs of Gauteng and its decentralised suburbs. This summary should shed some light on the reasons for the rate of office vacancy. 
Panellists generally agree that the recent spate of speculative development has come to a close as evidence of some buildings that have long been completed it becomes increasingly apparent that the market is oversupplied. 

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