Brand New Property Investment Series Takes Up Residence on The Home Channel:

Host Kura Chihota is back on the box, with a brand new series dedicated to information driven content on all aspects of the property market. If you are looking for expert, up to date and thought provoking property information, then you need to make a weekly date with Property Insights. This is your opportunity to get inside the head of the show’s host and property whiz Kura Chihota and get diverse viewpoints on the property market, be it residential, commercial or industrial. As an established property professional, Chihota brings a fresh approach to property investment information by decoding demanding financial jargon and explaining the key issues of the day.

In Property Insights every weekend on The Home Channel, Kura Chihota tackles current property questions and unravels the information overload. He invites leading property commentators for in-depth panel discussions on topical issues affecting the property market – from potential interest rate hikes to hot areas, buying trends to investment cycles. Tune in each week for our expert exposé of the latest property data which could impact your investment decisions.

Property Insights on The Home Channel, DStv channel 55 from Saturday 10th June - Saturdays and Sundays at 7.40am, 10.40am, 1.40pm & 6.40pm.
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