Good news for renters, not so much for buyers

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 01 Nov 2015

Spoilt for choice: Rental rates for condominium units are expected to drop by 20 to 40 due to an oversupply.

Forget about 2015, says this real estate expert about the property sector. Best to put this annus horribilis behind us and look ahead to better times in the second quarter of next year.

ARE you currently renting or looking to rent? If you are, there might be some good news for you on the horizon.

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Lifestyle , housing budget


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