Pam Golding Properties Group Newsletter
PGP logoDate: January 2012

Andrew Golding
Dr Andrew Golding
Chief Executive
Pam Golding Property Group

All factors signal a traditional up-cycle in the housing market

With the first half of 2014 behind us, South Africa’s residential property market continues to buck the general, muted trend in the current, subdued economy with increasing activity across all regions and with particular high demand in metropolitan areas.

Both resilient and robust, the recovery and ongoing sustainability of the market is being driven by a combination of factors which include accumulated pent-up demand across all sectors and price ranges, gradual easing of stringent mortgage lending criteria and importantly, increased consumer confidence.

With sales turnover for July 2014 in excess of R1.4 billion, which represents an increase in sales value of 20 percent over July 2013, the Pam Golding Property group is achieving consistently higher sales over last year in both value and volume.

Signature property

Durbanville - R14,5 million

Modern Tuscan villa

Bordering the Durbanville Golf course and nestled along the wine route.

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In This Issue


Residential Property For Sale

South African Women are doing it for themselves - purchasing their own residential properties

Residential Property For Rent

Rental market thrives in Cape Metro - with high demand

International Property

Eden Bleu Hotel - opens it’s doors

Hospitality Property

Allocating the purchase price of assets - when buying a guesthouse or hotel

Agricultural Property

High altitude Rhode’s - offers snow-filled winter escape for home buyers

Developments

Pam Golding on Main in Kenilworth rapidly taking shape - with construction work progressing well

Prestige Collection

Prestige Collection - These are the top listings from across our portfolio across Southern Africa


 
 

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