RE/MAX BY THE NUMBERS 2020

RE/MAX BY THE NUMBERS 2020

04 March 2021

Twelve months ago, the real estate industry braced itself for the worst as the country was thrown into a hard lockdown. For months, the deeds offices were shut down and real estate was not classified to operate until Alert Level 3. In the face of these hardships, RE/MAX SA saw a phenomenal recovery as soon as restrictions eased and allowed real estate to return to business as somewhat unusual, as the latest RE/MAX By The Numbers Report shows.

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BUYERS FLOCK TO MAURITIUS DURING THE PANDEMIC

BUYERS FLOCK TO MAURITIUS DURING THE PANDEMIC

In contrast to the unsettling pandemic figures seen around the world, the tropical island paradise of Mauritius has managed to keep a firm grasp on the spread through an initial lockdown and thorough contact tracing...

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FINDING AFFORDABLE HOMES NEAR HERMANUS

FINDING AFFORDABLE HOMES NEAR HERMANUS

The popular seaside town of Hermanus is well known to investors and tourists alike. While homes in this area offer fantastic investment value, there are some good deals to be had for those who are willing to extend their search...

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FINDING A HOME FOR R1.5 MILLION IN THE WESTERN CAPE

FINDING A HOME FOR R1.5 MILLION IN THE WESTERN CAPE

Selecting a location that suits a buyers’ needs is a crucial component of the house hunting journey. Considering that desirable locations come at a cost, buyers will need to decide whether the location of the home will trump other...

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PREDICTABLE OUTCOME AS INTEREST RATES HOLD STEADY

PREDICTABLE OUTCOME AS INTEREST RATES HOLD STEADY

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has again announced that interest rates will remain stable, keeping the repo rate at 3.5% and the prime lending rate at 7%. Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa...

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