Wednesday, 23 May 2018 23:36

Africans investing in Africa

While the number of international buyers in residential property in South Africa remains relatively low, at somewhere in the region of three percent nationally, investors from elsewhere on the continent – including returning expats - retain their appetite for the acquisition of South African real estate for a variety of reasons.

The area around the iconic Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria is set to become another of the city’s growth nodes, with the development of new residential and mixed-use spaces such as the ambitious Loftus Park with its retail and commercial office components.

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