Midrand and Halfway House has been developing as a property market for a long time and was originally small holdings which then became industrial and commercial property which was then followed by residential property.
Due to the central prime location of Halfway House the demand for residential property is still in high demand and this ensures growth in property values adding to stability of property values.
Property usage is so varied that there are many factors that influence the market and demographic. Halfway House Estate is one of many reasonable new developments which is in keeping with market demands for privacy and exclusivity that comes with the various forms of estates.
In the case of Halfway House Estate the property usage consists of freehold homes, apartments and townhouses with a varied architecture leaning more towards conventional making it the prime segment in the current property market to invest in and to be granted a bond. The other benefit of homes in the Halfway House Estate is that the homes are mostly face brick which reduces maintenance costs greatly making property even more affordable.
The reasonable affordability of property in the Halfway House Estate is also the prime market for investors within the rental market as demand is again driven by proximity to the major industrial and commercial hubs.
Midrand being a neighbour means travel costs are a huge saving and then the access to commercial hubs in Marlboro, Buccleuch, Woodmead and Bryanston are all accessed via the N3 Freeway with minimal travel time.
The property usage caters for the younger generation entering the property market and established families with the benefit of services like schools well-established.
Here is a list of some of the nearby schools; Halfway House Primary School, Midrand High School and DreamHill International School.
There are a large number of malls catering for retail and entertainment needs such as Boulders Shopping Centre, Penny Lane Shopping Centre and San Ridge Square.
Take a tour of the homers in the Halfway House Estate via the Myroof web-site.