One thing is certain, apart from the overall inflationary impact, the spiralling cost of fuel directly impacts on the demand for conveniently situated, sectional title property in key economic hubs – close to the workplace, schools and all amenities.

A new analysis by INRIX, has shown that Cape Town’s commuting vehicle drivers, spend more time in congested traffic than those of any other major city in South Africa.

Attacq Limited (“Attacq”), a South African-based and JSE listed REIT, today reported results for the year ended 30 June 2018.

Atterbury, the leading South African property developer, has completed the refurbishment of Trumali House, Stellenbosch, into modern multi-tenant A-grade offices with 3,500sqm of space.

Ideas are the new currency of modern economies and it is no more evident than in recent billion dollar idea success stories like Airbnb and Uber which are now disrupting, and even putting out of business, established industries.

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