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Ultra-low interest rates behind rising German homeownership

3 May 2016

Germans have traditionally chosen to rent rather than buy. But with ultra-low interest rates eroding the returns on savings, people are now flocking to property in their search for investment returns.

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SA emerges as leader in growing global green building sector

19 April 2016

South Africa is embracing sustainable building practices. Based on its current level of commitment to green projects, SA will emerge as a leader in the global green building market within a few years.

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Australian real estate remains Chinese investment of choice

13 April 2016

Chinese investment continues to flood into the Australian property market, despite attempts by both the Chinese and Australian governments to stem the flow.

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Commuters save £3 000 on property per minute from London

8 April 2016

Commuter belt house prices increase by more than £3 000 for every minute closer to London by train they are, according to new research by Pam Golding Properties strategic partner, Savills.

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Value of property sales rises despite slow SA housing market

1 April 2016

Despite a subdued economic growth rate and rising interest rates, the value of residential property transactions continued to rise steadily in 2015.

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