Spring has sprung the luxury market into season

Sep 8, 2021 6:09:46 PM Share this:

Traditionally Franschhoek has been a property market that has primarily seen buyers emanate from beyond local shores. European buyers have for many years made up the bulk of the Franschhoek property market. However, as COVID restricted international travel this has had an undoubted effect on the market in the region. Surprisingly, in recent times, we are seeing far more South African buyers with an appetite for luxury properties come to the proverbial table.


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Topics: Harcourts South Africa, Spring selling season, Harcourts Real Estate, Harcourts Winelands, COVID-19, Franschoek

Blue Circle Diaries - featuring James Visser

Aug 14, 2020 8:05:26 PM Share this:

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Our latest Blue Circle Diary features Harcourts Winelands’ James Visser – an agent known by his peers for his absolute professionalism and for maintaining excellent channels of communication with his clients. It’s James’ ability to really listen to his clients’ needs and his dependability that has earned him one of the top spots in the exclusive Blue Circle Society.


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Topics: Harcourts South Africa, Real Estate, Property, Harcourts Winelands, Entrepeneur, Blue Circle Diaries, James Visser

Stellenbosch real estate will always be in demand

Apr 21, 2020 10:42:57 PM Share this:

The economy remains under pressure during this period and with the lockdown being implemented for a further two weeks certain aspects of the real estate market have certainly felt the knock-on effects. However, despite these difficulties, Stellenbosch real estate will always remain a high-value real estate investment region.


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Topics: Richard Gray, Harcourts South Africa, Harcourts Winelands, COVID-19

Cape Winelands property market bounces back after drought

Sep 26, 2019 8:15:11 PM Share this:

As the dust begins to settle after the dire Western Cape drought and the dams are nearing full, we've similarly seen the property market in regions such as Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek gain ground. It was undoubtedly a tough period the past 18 months with many investors hesitant to invest in the Western Cape market due to water restrictions, tough economic landscape and the political issues surrounding land.


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Topics: Selling, Harcourts South Africa, Property Markets, Harcourts Real Estate, Harcourts Winelands