SONA lacked fuel to boost property market - Seeff

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Cape Town - President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation Address (SONA) lacked the excitement needed to boost the economy and property market, according to Samuel Seeff, chair of Seeff Property Group.

In his view, it offered very little new from last year and is unlikely to boost business and investor confidence, desperately needed to re-energise the economy and property market.

At the same time Seeff welcomed the commitment to speed up the granting of title deeds to beneficiaries of subsidised housing projects and noted the ongoing focus on transformation in the property sector.

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