Pam Golding Properties Group Newsletter
PGP logoDate: January 2012

Andrew Golding
Dr Andrew Golding
Chief Executive
Pam Golding Property Group

Stamina and resilience remain cornerstones of SA’s residential
property market

With the year’s halfway mark almost upon us, South Africa’s housing market across all segments continues to demonstrate noteworthy stamina and resilience in the face of a range of economic challenges. These include muted GDP growth, subdued business and consumer confidence in general, and ongoing energy constraints.

Stable repo rate

With rising inflation a growing concern – a factor which also serves to erode disposable incomes, this month’s decision by the Monetary Policy Committee to keep the repo rate steady was positive news, although it is likely that the increasing fuel price and proposed further hike in electricity tariffs may bring pressure to bear on the MPC’s future stance.

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A spectacular mansion built on three levels with a double volume entrance, four airy and spacious living areas with extra high ceilings. Beautiful travertine tiles throughout. A designer kitchen for the gourmet cook. 4-Bedrooms (2 en-suite) and a study.

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In This Issue


Residential Property For Sale

South Africa’s residential property market remains resilient Pam Golding Residential Property Index reports

Residential Property For Rent

Good rental returns achieved on residential property Gauteng properties prove excellent investment

International Property

Attractive income yields in UK’s low risk dental property sector

Agricultural Property

Families relocating to the scenic Underberg Adventure sports attracting outdoor enthusiasts

Developments

Steyn City captures the attention of investors around the world

Prestige Collection

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


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