This year URERU has continued to build a significant presence in the media. We pride ourselves in producing research and providing insight into important issues that are recognised in the media. We have provided a collection of articles, videos, p
The year 2020 has been an incredibly taxing time for many of us, both personally and professionally. URERU has experienced a number of disruptions and challenges as we had to adapt to new ways of working in a world besieged by a global pandemic. Nevert
It has been an action-filled year at URERU and we are very pleased with our progress and achievements in 2019. The unit has continued to see considerable growth and this year’s end brings a tremendous sense of accomplishment as well as excitement
The 19th African Real Estate Society (AfRES) Conference took place in Tanzania last month. THe Urban Real Estate Research Unit was there to showcase some of our research and further develop research partnership with academics and practitioners across A
It has been an action-filled year at URERU and we are very pleased with the progress made in 2018. The unit has continued to see considerable growth and this year’s end brings a tremendous sense of accomplishment as well as
A few of our followers have been wanting to know what work the Unit has recently been involved in, and how they might get involved. So we have put together a brief overview of what we have been up to over the past six months.
We are pleased to announce the new partnership between URERU and the Housing Finance Course for Sub Saharan Africa (HFCSSA) which will take place from the 30th Sep – 6th Oct 2018.
The course is held in
It has been an action-filled year at URERU and we are very pleased with the progress made in 2017. The unit has continued to see considerable growth and this year’s end brings a tremendous sense of accomplishment as well as excitement for 2018. T
We are pleased to announce that the African Real Estate Society's official journal; the Journal of African Real Estate Research, has found a new home at URERU. It is with great pride that the unit takes on this responsibility, and we are
On 11 May, staff and guests celebrated the launch of Dr Manya Mooya’s book Real Estate Valuation Theory: A critical appraisal. The book is only the second book to be published in the Department of Construction Economics and Management. It was pub
Nina Dube, one of the first property studies students who graduated from UCT in 2001, has been recognised for the significant role that she plays within Barclays Africa (ABSA), and in a short space of time has moved through the ranks to fulfil an often
Property studies honours students took first place at the Greenovate Awards which took place in Johannesburg on 26 November. Second place went to a team made up of two quantity surveying honours students and a construction studies honours student.