27 February 2023 | Everything Property

27 February 2023

27 February 2023

In our latest issue of Business Day HomeFront, Dr Andrew Golding from Pam Golding Properties shares his insights into the latest residential home sales statistics which show a marked increase in sales across the five metros. We also discuss smart townships and how they can address the digital divide, explore the rise of mixed-use developments and take a look at how the real estate market has changed over the last decade.

What to know before listing your home on Airbnb

What to know before listing your home on Airbnb

Considering SA’s rising living costs, more people are renting their homes to boost their incomes. A 2022 Airbnb survey of 1,800 South African hosts and guests reveals that the country’s rising cost of living continues to drive more people to become hosts on the popular platform
Will smart townships help to bridge the digital divide?

Will smart townships help to bridge the digital divide?

Townships and informal settlements were never designed to become major economic drivers, resulting in inadequate digital access today. However, technology can respond to some of the challenges faced by township residents and those living in rural environments, including transforming them into more inclusive micro-economies
Rise of mixed-use developments

Rise of mixed-use developments

Stefan Botha, Director of Rainmaker Marketing, explains how community, culture and conservation are at the heart of the mixed-use precinct model
BlackBrick Gardens to launch as part of R1bn Roodehek Precinct

BlackBrick Gardens to launch as part of R1bn Roodehek Precinct

Following the success of the iconic BlackBrick Sandton and Bedfordview, as well as Foreshore in Cape Town, the company is set to launch BlackBrick Gardens, Cape Town. As their fifth location in the growing network and second development in Cape Town, it has been conceptualised as a total elevation of their product
Sales in SA’s major metro markets show marked increase

Sales in SA’s major metro markets show marked increase

Though unit sales in SA’s national housing market are slowing, sales in the five major metros have increased noticeably in the post-pandemic period, says Dr Andrew Golding, chief executive of the Pam Golding Property group
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