Nelspruit Central

08
Apr
2020

With demand increasing across the spectrum of property use there is also a rise in property values which equates to an increase in property values in general. The other appealing factor of the town is the fact that the town is located in pristine bushveld which makes it an ideal tourist destination for those who love the outdoors or nature in general.

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Sabie

06
Apr
2020

The rental market is as stable as towns across Gauteng with the same driving factors in those larger cities. There are also eco and lifestyle estates which is a good indication of the growth in the town and region and stability within the market.

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Kosmos, Hartebeespoort

03
Apr
2020

One of the main features of the suburb is the Krokodilrivier and the Magaliesrivier that merge before the suburb which is a major factor in driving property values and demand to put the suburb in the middle- to upper-class income brackets. Properties are exclusive as many of them offer a view over the dam and surrounding country side which is the perfect bushveld and tranquil setting.

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Meerhof Northwest Province

01
Apr
2020

Meerhof in the Northwest Province is one of those rare gems of a suburb which is set in a tranquil almost bushveld setting with lush trees and the water’s edge of the Swartspruit.

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Dullstroom

30
Mar
2020

Some of the important factor to take into account when considering Dullstroom as a residence is the fact that it is also a major tourist destination with fly fishing, hiking and other outdoor activities on offer. This opens the market of farms and small holdings to the potential income generating prospect of guest houses and B&B’S.

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Van Der Kloof, Eastern Freestate

27
Mar
2020

Tourism and farming are one of the major sources of sustainable income to the region which brings another dimension of property usage to the town and surroundings. That and activities linked to watersport and outdoor activities.

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Universitas

25
Mar
2020

The suburb can be described as a middle-class suburb which has a mixed property use which comprises sectional-title townhouses, apartments, clusters and freehold homes. It can also be described as a tranquil and well-established suburb with all the important amenities in place like commercial hubs, schools, industrial hubs, shopping malls and major and minor roads.

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Summerstrand, PE

23
Mar
2020

Being a seaside suburb means it will serve well as a holiday getaway investment prospect with apartments, townhouses, clusters and freehold homes making up the property use. It is aimed at the middle-class income group which means property values are on the higher end of the scale and this is an indication as to the degree of demand the suburb enjoys in both the holiday and permanent residence market.

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Grahamstown

20
Mar
2020

Grahamstown today is a tranquil town bustling with students and families seeking the country style of living in what can be described as a middle class town made up of apartments, freehold homes a Central Business District and townhouse complexes. This means the town has expanded and will continue to expand with the need for property in this quaint town.

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Pomona, Kempton Park

18
Mar
2020

The ever expanding suburb is made up of freehold homes, townhouse complexes; apartment and cluster homes which mean a large market will find their ideal property in the suburb. Investors should also consider the suburb when seeking investment opportunities as the suburb is surrounded by the countries major industrial hubs like Isando, Meadowdale, Germiston and Jet Park.

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