KOURO Property Group try to keep up and maintain a strong media presence to make as many people aware as possible of how we can assist them with all things Property! Have a look at some of our previous media campaigns.
SAPIN IOTY 2019
We were nominated for the 2019 SAPIN Investor of the Year Award in the Beginner category and we came in the Top 3.
The annual Investor of the Year Awards aimed to shine a light on those willing to be brave, bold, and tenacious when forming deals. There were various categories to ensure everyone, from the beginners to the innovators, could take part in last year’s event. An independent panel of judges looked at each individual deal, aiming to find the most successful and inspiring deals and achievements.
All About Property
We appeared on ‘All About Property’ on Monday 6 April 2020 where we discussed the different options sellers have when attempting to sell their home.
All About Property provides advice, insight, solutions and offerings to home buyers, sellers, investors, landlords and tenants. In this new season Cornelius is joined by his new co-host, Sylvia Milosevic.
As an avid property investor herself, Sylvia brings a whole lot of passion and insight to the show. Together, Cornelius and Sylvia, continue to chat to the property experts to help you make your next property transaction so much easier.
Why Property is still the best Asset class to invest in
Unused office space has for some time being converted into residential dwellings and this is likely to continue. If not converted in its entirety, at least lessened to a large degree creating more of a diverse mixed-use set up. The same is likely of retail and commercial space and this transformation is already under way. Gone are the days of large shopping malls. What we will continue to see is an amalgamation of multiple property segments diversifying the risk of investors and landlords.
Why you shouldn't take up a payment holiday
For the past few weeks we have all been busy scrambling around trying to make some sense of the economic mess that COVID-19 has led us into. Debate goes back and forth on whether the government are doing the right thing or not but I think we can all agree that balancing the health threat of the virus and the economic repercussions of it, is a damn-near impossible task.
I was recently interviewing a candidate for a position at KOURO and during the interview, I asked her if she had any questions for me since I had been the one asking all the questions. She replied and asked, “Why Property? What inspired you to go into it?”
I was surprised by the question as usually one expects a candidate to ask something technical about the position or the company and not really ask something of a personal value.