Outlook for residential property in 2015
EWN Business Editor Bruce Whitfield hosted an hour long panel discussion examining the state of residential property in South Africa.
The special edition of The Money Show featured Pam Golding Property CE Dr Andrew Golding and Seeff Chairperson Samuel Seeff.
We have seen an improvement in the market. The market is certainly characterised across South Africa in the metro areas by a significant shortage of stock, an oversupply of buyers and prices at long last starting to move up.Dr Andrew Golding
The banks are looking, actually, to lend money - but they're being circumspect and what they are doing now, I think, is responsible lending - whch wasn't the case leading up to the global financial crisisSamuel Seef
The live stream recording is below. Apologies that audio only begins at 1:11
A studio audience joined Bruce and his guests as they discussed the property outlook for the year.
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