Property News Articles in South Africa

Mauritius may be emerging as the next hotspot for African millionaires with low taxes, a beach lifestyle and citizenship if you buy property...


Although foreign buying has dropped off significantly this year due to visa regulations, there is still good appetite for SA’s exclusive properties…


Those looking to buy property during 2016 can’t go wrong, provided they do enough research about their micro market and make informed decisions...


Rapid population growth and a shortage of new housing remain key drivers, but house price growth is likely to be limited to single digits.


South Africa is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world, with a residential property market that has much to offer.


These residential estates, three in the Western Cape and one in Gauteng, may well make it into SA’s top 10 list in the near future. Read on…


The communication to South Africa and the world has been that foreigners will not be allowed to own agricultural land. Read on...


In SA, any property sold for more than R600k is subject to transfer duty. But why is this necessary, who benefits and who ends up paying?


Foreign buyers of prime residential property have made a welcome return to the South African market, with African buyers growing in numbers.


Collaboration between professional bodies across all areas of the built environment promises to yield significant economic dividends.


With the proposed land policy, it’s unlikely there will be large foreign investment into South Africa's commercial and industrial property markets.


Nigeria has begun construction of Enugu Lifestyle City while Suites in the Skai in Dubai is one of the most ambitious developments yet undertaken.


Blouberg in the Western Cape is emerging as the next possible hotspot for wealthy overseas property buyers, particularly from the UK and Europe.


Imagine living with no high walls... the massive development along the Jukskei River promises safe urban living amid 1000 acres of woodland.


The world’s super rich are growing in numbers and fuelling demand for property in luxury residential enclaves, including SA's upmarket hotspots.


Popular second home millionaire hotspots include Fancourt, Pezula, Arabella Country Estate and others, all on the world famous Garden Route.


The Oppenheimer family has been the richest family in SA for three generations and have always been involved in many philanthropic activities.


Built over 15 years ago, top pioneer golf estate properties in South Africa are Fancourt, Erinvale, Sunset Links, Steenberg, Pecanwood & Dainfern.


Cape Town was the top ranked African holiday hotspot, 47th on the global list, and Monaco tops the list in the Top 20 holiday hotspots for the rich.


Pearl Valley in the Western Cape is arguably the best all round golf estate in the country, with one of the top 5 golf courses and designer homes.


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