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December, 2012
SA Wealthy Are Banking on High-End London Homes

Well-heeled Sother Africans are currently buying more upmarket property in London than the Swiss, Singaporeans, Saudis, Germans and Canadians. That's according to a new report on foreign buyers of London property by global property consultancy Knight Frank, which reveals that wealthy South Africans are the 11th most active nationality in the £1m+ property segment. Read more »
14
December, 2012
INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT : Investing in the UK makes sense

THE lucrative returns on property investment in London are fuelling demand by wealthy South African investors who are keen to get a piece of the action. A recent report on foreign buyers of property in London reveals that wealthy South Africans are the 11th most active nation in the £1m plus property segment and are more active in the market than their Singaporean, German, Swiss and Canadian contemporaries. Read more »
14
November, 2012
South Africans grab pricey London pads as 'safe haven'

Houses and flats worth £1-million (R14-million) or more are popular among South African investors, revealed a quarterly report by the property consultancy Knight Frank. Mike Smuts, managing director of property investment firm Smuts and Taylor, said wealthy South Africans are looking at London property as a "safe-haven". Read more »
13
November, 2012
SA wealthy buying more property in London than the Swiss, Singaporeans and Saudi's

The report released by global property consultancy Knight Frank LLP, shows that South African buyers outperformed buyers from far wealthier countries such as Germany, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland and Canada over the past 3 years. "This news comes as little surprise" says Mike Smuts, managing director of Smuts & Taylor Ltd. His firm, with offices in London and Cape Town, specializes in assisting wealthy South African investors enter the London property market. Read more »
03
August, 2012
Olympic Games and London home prices

South Africa may be scooping gold medals at the Olympic Games, but experts are uncertain of the immediate Olympic boost to London property prices. South Africa may be scooping gold medals at the Olympic Games, but experts are uncertain of the immediate Olympic boost to London property prices. According to Mike Smuts, managing director of Smuts & Taylor Ltd, it would seem from the available data that the Olympics have had little effect on East London property prices. Read more »
15 December 2012

SA Wealthy Are Banking on High-End London Homes

Well-heeled Sother Africans are currently buying more upmarket property in London than the Swiss, Singaporeans, Saudis, Germans and Canadians. That's according to a new report on foreign buyers of London property by global property consultancy Knight Frank, which reveals that wealthy South Africans are the 11th most active nationality in the £1m+ property segment. Read more »
14 December 2012

INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT : Investing in the UK makes sense

THE lucrative returns on property investment in London are fuelling demand by wealthy South African investors who are keen to get a piece of the action. A recent report on foreign buyers of property in London reveals that wealthy South Africans are the 11th most active nation in the £1m plus property segment and are more active in the market than their Singaporean, German, Swiss and Canadian contemporaries. Read more »
14 November 2012

South Africans grab pricey London pads as 'safe haven'

Houses and flats worth £1-million (R14-million) or more are popular among South African investors, revealed a quarterly report by the property consultancy Knight Frank. Mike Smuts, managing director of property investment firm Smuts and Taylor, said wealthy South Africans are looking at London property as a "safe-haven". Read more »
13 November 2012

SA wealthy buying more property in London than the Swiss, Singaporeans and Saudi's

The report released by global property consultancy Knight Frank LLP, shows that South African buyers outperformed buyers from far wealthier countries such as Germany, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland and Canada over the past 3 years. "This news comes as little surprise" says Mike Smuts, managing director of Smuts & Taylor Ltd. His firm, with offices in London and Cape Town, specializes in assisting wealthy South African investors enter the London property market. Read more »
03 August 2012

Olympic Games and London home prices

South Africa may be scooping gold medals at the Olympic Games, but experts are uncertain of the immediate Olympic boost to London property prices. South Africa may be scooping gold medals at the Olympic Games, but experts are uncertain of the immediate Olympic boost to London property prices. According to Mike Smuts, managing director of Smuts & Taylor Ltd, it would seem from the available data that the Olympics have had little effect on East London property prices. Read more »