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The most expensive streets, suburbs and estates in Cape Town

Amid the tumultuous environment of the property market over the last several years in South Africa, Cape Town has not only remained stable in house price inflation but shown significant growth thanks to foreign investors and migration from other provinces. Data a research group, Lightstone, recently analysed data of several million properties in the Western

Latest Property Report – 1st quarter of 2018

IN AND AROUND THE CAPE PENINSULA THE CITY’S MOST EXPENSIVE MARKETS CONTINUED TO SHOW THE CLEAREST SIGNS OF SLOWING PRICE GROWTH IN THE 1ST QUARTER.  Atlantic Seaboard, has seen its price growth slow the fastest off the highest base, while in certain more affordable sub-regions of the City there has still been some growth acceleration. In

Computer Assisted Property Valuation

If you are moving home, getting a reliable property valuation is an essential step in the process. A property valuation will give you an estimate of how much your house should be worth, based upon a number of different factors. Even if you are not planning to move home straight away, house valuations remain an excellent

Sectional Title Southern Suburbs

This handy reference for sectional title sales activity in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, reflects sales activity in 2017. Now that we have completed the first quarter of 2018, we are confident that the figures represented are reliable and representative of values. If you have any questions feel free to contact out  Sectional Title

The Best Gardens and Parks in Cape Town

Find sanctuary at these spectacular parks and gardens where nature and art intertwine. Sun-kissed beaches aren’t the only public places in Cape Town to take advantage of; our pretty city has a plethora of parks, which are perfect for walking your dog, a picnic with friends, or simply stretching out with a newspaper and enjoying

Handel’s Messiah

The Philharmonia Choir of Cape Town and The Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra presents two performances of Handel’s Messiah over the Easter weekend. Composed in 1741, Handel’s immortal oratorio has secured a place in history as one of the most frequently performed oratorios of all time. Perhaps best remembered for its “Hallelujah” chorus, this English oratorio unfolds over

Dan Patlansky & Albert Frost

The Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts presents a live performance by blues-rock musicians Dan Patlansky and Albert Frost. Dan Patlansky has become one of the busiest and most respected blues artists to ever come out of South Africa. His music can best be described as vacillating between slick, soulful blues and the renegade psychedelic angst and