Pam Golding Properties Group Newsletter
PGP logoDate: January 2012

Andrew Golding
Dr Andrew Golding
Chief Executive
Pam Golding Property Group

Property market sees year on year improvement

The start of 2014 has been an extremely busy one for residential property. The market has generally been characterised by an air of positive sentiment, increased activity levels and a marked shortage of stock in many areas around the country and brisk sales, all of this in spite of the 0.5 percent interest rate increase. The market has been further boosted by increased lending appetite by all of the country’s major mortgage lenders.

Meeting younger buyers’ aspirations

South Africa’s property market continues to demonstrate resilience and increased confidence despite the economic and other challenges faced. Coupled with this, we find that a new generation of savvy, younger home buyers is increasingly making the decision to acquire their own, first homes, mainly in convenient, central locations in popular nodes and close to the workplace, schools and good infrastructure.

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In This Issue

Residential Property

Market overview - Home to world-renowned South African musician

International Property

Portugual Golden Visa Programme - Golden Visa Programme presents a unique opportunity

Hospitality Property

Hospitality property - Western Cape enjoying influx of international enquiries

Agricultural Property

Investment opportunities - Scenic Dullstroom strategically well positioned


Claremont development - A stylish new residential development

Prestige Collection

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

Property Management

‘THE ODYSSEY’ - management contract awarded to Pam Golding Property Management Services

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