More and more couples today are choosing to delay a trip down the aisle Read More
The latest First National Bank ‘Property Barometer’ has observed that the mediocre “natural” growth in the Residential Market has Read More
The highest priced markets around the mountain have led the slowing house price growth, but Read More
Year-on-year house price growth accelerated in June, but in real terms (adjusting for CPI), house prices are still in decline. June 2018 saw the FNB House Price Index growing by a faster 4.1%, year-on-year, up from the previous month’s 3.9%, and from a February 2018 low of 2.9%. Read More
Residential Activity Rating strengthens in the 1st quarter of 2018, after 3 prior quarters of decline, but the strengthening was very much a Gauteng story. There have been signs of significantly improved economy-wide sentiment early in 2018, an improvement that many link to the change Read More
2017 turned out to be the 3rd consecutive year of house price growth slowdown, but ended on stronger note.
FNB’s October ‘Housing Barometer’ has painted a gloomy picture for SA’s housing prices, but the Cape Town Metro continues to buck the trend. A year ago, the Western Cape was Read More