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NEWS REAL ESTATE MARKET: Much depends on elections

 

Experts predict an upswing in the economy and property market if all goes well in May’s national poll.

The residential property market remains subdued amid the current political noise and economic uncertainty, and it seems city skylines are less spiked by cranes and scaffolding.

New buildings and developments that are still being constructed are proceeding on a smaller scale, and financiers are less inclined to fund big projects.

The residential market has been negatively affected by poor market sentiment and John Chapman, a director at Rabie Property Group, says investors are “sitting tight” and not committing any capital to speculative ventures. He is, however, hoping the market will improve after the elections and that people will be more confident about the future.

This hope is not unrealistic. The start of 2019 has already seen a slight improvement on 2018 and Bill Rawson, chairman of Rawson Developers, believes that, as the market becomes accustomed to the political distractions, it should improve.

 

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