This warning applies to the whole of South Africa, except Cape Town.— Ronal Ennik
Do not sell now unless you have no other option.
So says Ronal Ennik, Founder and Principal at Ennik Estates.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Ennik.
Scroll down for more quotes from the audio below.
Cape Town property prices have grown by 15% this year, compared to 2% growth in Joburg.— Ronal Ennik
Cape Town is a very well-run city.— Ronal Ennik
If we beat the All Blacks on a Saturday then we have good attendance at show day!— Ronal Ennik
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