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The Month in Review

The Month in Review

In this “Month in Review” blog, we will be highlighting some of the impacts Covid has had on retail and e-Commerce over the last year. Retail Bizcommunity South Africa has published an article, based on figures produced by FNB, tracking cardholder retail spending over the last year. Amongst their findings we found the following 3 points […]

4 Emerging Property Trends Post-Covid

4 Emerging Property Trends Post-Covid

The Emergence of Smart Cities The government is on an economic development drive and as part of this, the concept of the Lanseria Smart City has been given the green light. In his state of the nation address, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the Lanseria Development Plan. The objective of the Smart City is an environmentally […]

The Month In Review – The Rise of The Value Investor

The Month In Review – The Rise of The Value Investor

The month of February has been a mixed bag but is bringing with it some glimmers of hope. The stock market has hit new highs as economies start preparing for recovery later this year and in 2022.  South Africa saw the rollout of vaccinations for healthcare workers and infection numbers are declining – for the […]

Premium Property Leasing Is Hot Right Now

Premium Property Leasing Is Hot Right Now

Are you dreaming of the ideal office space for your business? If so, now is the time to act.  There are extremely attractive deals on offer in all sectors as well as reduced rental rates. Top properties are going at standard property rates. Most businesses are reassessing their office space needs at this time. Covid-19 […]

The Month In Review

The Month In Review

We’ve made it through January, and it has been an unusual start to the year – for everybody! The 2nd wave of Corona impacted us too, with one family having 2 members down and two of our marketing team members affected. As far as the commercial property market is concerned, it is also stretched with […]

Are Smart Cities a Clever Idea

Are Smart Cities a Clever Idea

One of the phrases we are hearing more and more lately – is the term “Smart City”.  What is a Smart City and what does this mean for the future of South African urban development? From the State of the Nation Address 2020, we know that President Ramaphosa sees Smart Cities as a real way […]

How did Covid-19 Impact Commercial Property as an Asset Class?

How did Covid-19 Impact Commercial Property as an Asset Class?

As we discussed in our previous post, the residential property sector has proven remarkably resilient in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic and associated economic fallout, probably largely as a result of historically low interest rates. However, to a large degree, attempts to understand the impact of the virus on the Commercial Property Sector Asset […]

South African Residential Market Proves More Resilient than Thought

South African Residential Market Proves More Resilient than Thought

In July, we speculated about who might benefit from historically low interest rates. Since then, sales results have shown that South African property buyers have taken advantage of the situation, with the FNB House Index revealing that annual house prices were more resilient to the fallout from Covid-19 than many in the industry anticipated. To […]

Who Will Benefit from Low Interest Rates?

Who Will Benefit from Low Interest Rates?

Interest rates in South Africa are at an historic low as the Reserve Bank tries to get the economy going in the face of Covid-19. Which South Africans are most likely to benefit – and which sectors of the property market will this affect? It’s clear that anyone who relies on a fixed income or […]

Are you a Doer or an Interrupter?

Are you a Doer or an Interrupter?

There is an old Chinese Proverb which says “Let the one who says it cannot be done, not interrupt the one who is doing it”. Many of us watched with apprehension as a very uncomfortable Tito Mboweni delivered his 24 June updated budget speech. I certainly felt more nervous for him than the content of […]


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