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Greenways Golf Estate property sales picking-up

Property sales in Greenways Golf Estate in the Strand has been showing a steady increase during the first 7 months of 2011 – relative to the 18 registered sales achieved during both 2009 and 2010 (about 1,5 sales per month). Already 14 property sales has been registered during the first 7 months of 2011 – that is about 2 per month and could mean that Greenways can be year end regain close to the same total sales volumes as has last been achieved in 2008 (with 28 sales). It is however still far removed from sales achieved at the height of the property cycle in 2007 when 24 houses and 14 apartments were sold in Greenways Golf Estate – i.e. about 4 properties per month.

Registered property sales during the period July 2010 to July 2011 in Greenways Golf Estate in the Strand has been 18 transactions. Johan Botma of Hightide Properties, a CCH (Cape Coastal Homes / City Country Homes) affiliated and also Greenways resident agent has during the period July 2010 to July 2011 sold about 40% of all registered sales - confirming his dominance as the leading own title estate agent in Greenways Golf Estate. Of the total property transfers (5 houses and 9 apartments) registered in the Deeds Office during the first 7 months of 2011, Johan has been responsible for 4 sales (R11,45 million) – i.e. a 28.5% market share.

According to Johan he has seen a growing interest during the last few months in the lifestyle Greenways offered. The fact that people could buy one of the very last vacant beachfront erfs in a golf estate within the Cape Town metropole for between R2,25 million (545 sq.m) and R2,3 million (575 sq.m), makes this one of the best value for money secure seafront lifestyle opportunities available in the Western Cape. House prices achieved during the last year varied between R1,4 million (smaller Victorian themed houses in Village Green) and R3,75 million in St Andrews Drive. Average prices achieved for houses during the first 7 months of 2011 has been R2,24m., whilst the median price had been R2,5m. – whilst average prices achieved for apartments has been R833 889 and median prices R725 000. According to Lightstone the average price achieved in 2010 were respectively R950 000 (apartments) and R1 986 000 (houses).

Comparative statistics about Greenways as a suburb, according to Lightstone, is that it is the 314th most expensive suburb in South Africa (average price of R2,33m.) – ranking nationally on the same level as Voelklip in Hermanus /  PierneefPark (Johannesburg) and Woodlands Golf and Country Estate (Bloemfontein). InCape Town terms it compares price wise as the 63th most expensive suburb with Oude Westhof / Claremont / Bloubergrant / Golden Acre and Monte Sereno (Somerset West) / Valmary Park etc.

Recent buyers in Greenways can according to Lightstone be subdivided in the following age groups : 27% (older than 65 years) / 50% (between 50-64) / 16,67% (36-49) and only 5,56% between 18-35. Of the stable owners, the tenure of owners can be divided into 46,95% (11 years and more) / 22,41% (8-10 years) / 13,72% (5-7years) / 16,92% less than 5 years.

With False Bay bordering the golf estate along the most peaceful section of theStrand beach area and framed by Hottentots Holland and Helderberg mountains, every real estate option offers spectacular views. The carefully maintained mashie golf course and garden areas provides residents with ample open public spaces while still offering a sense of community.

Greenways Golf Estate is monitored by 24-hour integrated state-of-the-art security - giving residents and their guests the freedom to enjoy the facilities as well as wander, jog or go cycling around the estate with peace of mind. Facilities include a Clubhouse with a swimming pool and tennis courts, a restaurant and bar area as well as conference facilities.  

Greenways Golf Estate also benefits from its ideal positioning close to two of the best golf courses in South Africa, Erinvale (10 kms) and De Zalze (20 kms). It is located within 20 minutes from a plethora of wine farms at which one can enjoy wine tastings or food at gourmet restaurants and is less than 10 minutes from a regional shopping centre and 45 minutes from some of the best universities (Cape Town and Stellenbosch) and restaurants (Cape Town and Franschoek) in South Africa. This quality location makes Greenways a lifestyle choice which will in the near future only be available to the most affluent. The lowest priced house available at present is in Village Green at R 1.599  million and the bigger houses are being marketed at between R3.2 million for a house of 400 sq.m to R12.7 million for a house of 400 sq.m. Greenways is therefore one of the best value for money suburbs or secure estates in the Western Cape.

Sales have been relatively strong in Greenways since the beginning of the year at a median price of R2,5 million per house (own title) The Emerald Bay sectional title apartments has also attracted much more attention – with 4 registered sales during the period selling at average price of about R12 000 per square meter .

The other apartment complexes in Greenways offers a much more affordable choice with prices starting at R695 000 to R 950 000 for a 3 bedroom apartment of 72 sq.m.  


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