Home prices rising steadily (despite GDP, load shedding and imminent rate hikes)

South Africa’s residential property market in 2015 is proving resilient with prices growing at a steady pace, despite the tepid economy, load shedding and concerns about rising interest rates.

Scroll down to listen to The Money Show presenter Bruce Whitfield's interview Herschel Jawitz, CEO of Jawitz Properties.


This article first appeared on 702 : Home prices rising steadily (despite GDP, load shedding and imminent rate hikes)


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