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Does investing in property make sense right now?

Does investing in property make sense right now?

With time on my hands, I have been pondering what this pandemic means for property purchasing decisions. Moving into level 2 of lockdown, we have started to see signs of what appears to be normality returning with the face-to-mask ratio increasing, if my morning stop at the local coffee shop is anything to go by.

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Could co-living be the solution

Could coliving be the solution

Co-living, a new-ish take on accommodation, is gaining momentum across the world asan innovative model to embrace – or elbow nudge – that could very well support the newnormal way of living we now find ourselves in, in terms of affordability, accessibility andfunctionality.

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In bed with SARS

If you’re ever feeling a little hard-done-by thanks to SARS, know this: Government has done anoutstanding job of encouraging investment and stimulating job creation (COVID-19 aside) byintroducing some really forward-thinking tax incentives.

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When opportunity knocks

In the wake of, and – I hate to use the C-word (AND in shouty capitals) – the COVID pandemic, the property market at large, much like the rest of the economy, has taken some serious strain.

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Small is the new BIG

Marie Kondo, the Japanese guru of organisation, has shown us that living with less ‘stuff’ and living more appreciatively of our belongings bring more happiness to our lives.

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South Africa is a legal Tax Haven

South Africa is currently enjoying the status of a Tax Haven – a bold statement, I admit, and one that some might think outrageous, but if you break down the monetary calculations of a Section 12J investment, you will realise the glaring opportunity too.

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From the Flyt Deck

Does investing in property make sense right now?

Does investing in property make sense right now?

With time on my hands, I have been pondering what this pandemic means for property purchasing decisions. Moving into level 2 of lockdown, we have started to see signs of what appears to be normality returning with the face-to-mask ratio increasing, if my morning stop at the local coffee shop is anything to go by.

Read More »
Could co-living be the solution

Could coliving be the solution

Co-living, a new-ish take on accommodation, is gaining momentum across the world asan innovative model to embrace – or elbow nudge – that could very well support the newnormal way of living we now find ourselves in, in terms of affordability, accessibility andfunctionality.

Read More »

In bed with SARS

If you’re ever feeling a little hard-done-by thanks to SARS, know this: Government has done anoutstanding job of encouraging investment and stimulating job creation (COVID-19 aside) byintroducing some really forward-thinking tax incentives.

Read More »

When opportunity knocks

In the wake of, and – I hate to use the C-word (AND in shouty capitals) – the COVID pandemic, the property market at large, much like the rest of the economy, has taken some serious strain.

Read More »

Small is the new BIG

Marie Kondo, the Japanese guru of organisation, has shown us that living with less ‘stuff’ and living more appreciatively of our belongings bring more happiness to our lives.

Read More »

South Africa is a legal Tax Haven

South Africa is currently enjoying the status of a Tax Haven – a bold statement, I admit, and one that some might think outrageous, but if you break down the monetary calculations of a Section 12J investment, you will realise the glaring opportunity too.

Read More »
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