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One of the Cape’s most exclusive wine estates, the historic Constantia Uitsig is on the market for R175 million.

Constantia Uitsig boasts award-winning wines, banqueting and event facilities, a wine shop, three award-winning restaurants, a hotel with 16 luxuriously furnished cottages with private access to an outdoor swimming pool, guest lounge and a spa.

The estate is nestled against the back-slopes of Table Mountain in one of the most scenic locations in the heart of the Constantia Wine Valley, the oldest in the country.

The estate is around 60-hectares in extent with 33 hectares under vines. Grape varieties include Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Semillon, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Hanepoot table grapes. It boasts award-winning wines, banqueting and event facilities, a wine shop, three award-winning restaurants, a hotel with 16 luxuriously furnished cottages with private access to an outdoor swimming pool, guest lounge and a spa with 6 multi-purpose treatment rooms.

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According to Quagga Property Brokers director, Len Pears, now is the best time to invest in commercial and industrial properties.

"Now is the best time to invest in commercial and industrial properties."
“People are concerned about the economy, similarly to how it was in 1994, but now is the time to buy as prices are still on the low side, compared with when the economy was in its prime.”
He explains that those who invested in 1994, when many felt uncertain about the future, have enjoyed exceptional growth in their property investments.
“Now is the time to do this again before the property market turns significantly and booms again, and it surely will,” he says.
He notes that they have experienced phenomenal growth in sales in 2012 ranging from investors looking for new stock along with owner occupiers looking for new properties, and this is still the same trend they are seeing.
“We are currently running out of investment stock for our investors – proving the economy is definitely nudging towards an upturn.”

For more information on our commercial services contact us here http://www.sahomebuyers.co.za/investment-property-in-cape-town/

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Looking for a property in Camps Bay? Check the video and be careful of the angry lady!!

Camps Bay Property for sale

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Is the buy to let market making a comeback? Property, as an investment tool has been difficult to access with banks watching their lending very carefully but are we now seeing a turnaround?

http://www.property24.com/articles/home-loans-for-buy-to-let-property/17988

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When buying a property you only get once chance to get it right - we are here to help and make sure there are no mistakes ....
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With SAHomeBuyers there are no gimmicks just an unashamedly biased service that looks after buyers and their interests
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Look who came to Noordhoek, Cape Town Sunday!
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7 great things to do in Cape Town this weekend

Our pick of seven of the best events and things to do in Cape Town this weekend from Friday, 28 June to Sunday, 30 June 2013.

Pick any weekend of the year in Cape Town and you’re bound to find a host of events planned through our hip and happening city. From music and festivals to sports and kids activities galore, this weekend’s range of to-dos is sure to make for an amazing time for all. Celebrate the 70s with a fly funk music shindig or party a naughty night away for a nice charity cause. Otherwise, spend an evening at Newlands Stadium watching a smashing rugby match or take the restless little ones to a magic show fiesta. And if you’re itching to hit the road and get out of Cape Town, head to Knysna for a mollusc extravaganza or Tulbagh for Christmas festivities in July.
http://www.capetownmagazine.com/news/7-great-things-to-do-in-cape-town-this-weekend/10_22_10081

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Cape Town CBD exerts global pull on BPO clients

Despite continuing global uncertainty, Cape Town’s central business district is capitalising on ever-improving data links to lure BPO investment away from traditional markets like India and the Philippines.

http://www.thesouthafrican.com/gateway-to-africa/cape-town-cbd-exerts-global-pull-on-bpo-clients.htm
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