Raslouw is a suburb of the greater Centurion which offers loads of investment prospects as the suburb which was formerly small holdings has been rezoned as residential use.
For this reason the property values are high in comparison to more established suburbs of Centurion. This is in part due to more expensive construction costs and modern architecture and the prime location.
The suburb has its own extensions which just further goes to the high demand for property in the suburb and is thus a driving factor in property values.
The mixed property use comprises sectional-title townhouse complexes and freehold homes with values from the low R1 mil to above the R3mil mark. The surrounding suburbs benefit from the development of the suburb and in turn the overflow from the other suburbs draws perspective investors and first time home buyers seeking newer more modern properties.
Amenities and infrastructure is carried by surrounding suburbs like malls, schools, commercial and industrial hubs freeing up the available property for residential use and some properties earmarked for commercial use like guest houses and spa’s.
Major roads which connect what was once a remote located suburb are roads like, Ruimte Road, Rooihuiskraal Road and the R55.
There are a number of popular well-established schools servicing existing suburbs with schools like, Laerskool Wierdapark, Doxa Deo Raslouw Campus, Hoerskool Uitsig, Springvale Primary School and Laerskool Uitsig.
Retail needs are taken up in malls like, Mall@ Reds Shopping Mall, Centurion Mall Shopping Centre, Eldoraigne Village Shopping Centre.
Commercial hubs are found in places like, Belville Business Park, Sunderland Ridge, Centurion Central and Icon Industrial Park.
The number of exclusive and security estates in the region is a good indication of the stability of the property market in the region and within the suburb.
Take a tour of the properties on offer in Raslouw and extensions via the Myroof website.