COVID-19: Property prices to fall this year

COVID-19: Property prices to fall this year #eNCA

2020-07-10 07:24:00 AM

COVID-19: Property prices to fall this year eNCA

FNB’s latest property report says properties valued at less than R750,000 should be more resilient.

. On average, for all South African properties, the final selling price was 12 percent below the asking price between May and June.About 60 percent of properties in the bracket below the R750,000 mark fetched their asking price or more. Read more: eNCA »

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