If your house is on the lower end of the property price spectrum, and you’re looking to sell, we have some good news for you.
According to the latest Cape Town Sub-Regional House Price index, we’re looking at the slowest growth rate since the end of 2009.
Property group Knight Frank have released their 2019 Wealth report, part of which focuses on the luxury residential property market and the cost of property around the world.
If you’ve just popped your house on the market, you might want to check out what the latest House Price Index has to say.
Many have blamed the drought for a decrease in property price across Cape Town’s most expensive suburbs, but there may be other factors in play.
Everyone knows Cape Town property prices are spiralling out of control at a rapid rate, and that’s even true when you’re talking about the cream of the crop.
If you’re under the impression that investing in property is guaranteed to end well you might want to give this one a read.