A large percentage of consumers have positive sentiments towards the South African property market and consider this an appropriate time to buy, according to Absa, writes Denise Mhlanga
A resilient economy, low unemployment and consistently rising wages are expected to continue to drive growth in retail spending, says Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed fund, EPP – Poland’s biggest retail landlord. Denise Mhlanga finds out more.
Affordable inner city living is sought after, and Jewel City precinct in Maboneng, Johannesburg provides dwellers with an unrivalled live-work-play lifestyle, writes Denise Mhlanga.
By the fourth quarter of 2020, premium office vacancy rates in eThekwini were nearing 25% – a worrying figure as tenants ponder what the future of the office will be like, writes Denise Mhlanga.
Property investors worldwide are eyeing prime logistics and office assets, with environmental, social and governance elements becoming prominent in investment decisions.
Owner-occupiers selling in order to downscale due to financial pressure continues to increase, compared to pre-lockdown levels, according to a survey.