Property News - October 2009
Welcome to our property investment newsletter, the aim of which is to keep you up to date and informed as to the most recent property trends.
This month, special thanks go to Ian Deyzel, CEO of trioc.com for his featured article entitled: “Industry Insight – The Train to Recovey” a must read.
We have also managed to find you a fantastic industrial investment of 12 fully tenanted warehouses in Durban’s popular and centrally located Briardene business node. The property yields an excellent return on investment. For further information please see below featured development or contact Bradley Hancock on 072 019 6192 or [email protected]
The legal structure of a union is extremely expensive and intricate to alter after the event, it is critical that you consider this matter seriously. This article has been compiled to help you consider the legal options available to you before tying the knot.
The global buzz word some seven months ago was "Economic Stimulus" and now, as we enter spring, it has been replaced with "Green Shoots". The description refers to the positive economic indices starting to emerge in the aftermath of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression in the 1930's.
The announcement by the Liberal Democrats that the party would impose a new tax on the owners of homes worth over £1m offers an interesting solution to the perceived inequality in the UK’s taxation system, but raises a number of issues that many would claim are equally unfair.
After a cut of 50 basis points in August, the South African Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee left the key monetary policy interest rate – the repo rate – unchanged at 7% at their September meeting.
Tight supply and new demand from builders underpins development land value growth, according to Knight Frank