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From cabins to castles in Tygerberg

Tygerberg is one of the top three most buoyant property markets in the Western Cape.  This is according to Carel Van Niekerk, business manager of the new Jawitz Properties Tygerberg office.

“Tygerberg is a great market in which to buy a property, either as an investment or as the perfect family home,” says van Niekerk.

At present, van Niekerk says that there is a 70/30 split between free-standing homes and sectional title units in the area, with the latter accounting for the smaller percentage. Properties range in value from R300 000 up to R30 million.

“With such varied prices in the area, we say we have cabins to castles on offer.  Tygerberg certainly caters to the entire market of buyers and sellers alike; there is something for everyone here,” van Niekerk adds.

Houses and homes in the northern suburbs of Cape Town are traditionally larger and offer more value for money in comparison to homes situated in the southern suburbs.

Additionally the Tygerberg area has many schools, and offers plenty of amenities from street side shopping centres to the large Tygervalley Mall, and close proximity to Century City. Each suburb has relatively quick access to the N1 highway, affording connections to the N2, CBD and Airport.

“Jawitz Properties Tygerberg will build on the professional reputation that is synonymous with the Jawitz brand,” says Jawitz Director, Francois Venter. “We’re very positive and excited about having our first office dedicated to servicing the Tygerberg area.”

Situated on the corner of Vasco Boulevard and Milton Street in Goodwood, the Tygerberg Jawitz Properties office covers a range of suburbs including Belville, Parow, Goodwood, Plattekloof, Panorama, Monte Vista, and Bothasig.


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