A look at property rentals in Sandton

Finding property to rent in Sandton can be a challenging task as prices vary between R5000 and over R50,000 per month depending on exact location, property type and size.

About Sandton
Sandton is one of the most important business hubs in South Africa and Africa and is known as "Africa's richest square mile". It is home to the JSE Securities Exchange and many other top top South African companies. Property rentals prices in Sandton, are generally a bit higher in comparison to the rest of the province due to high demand and shortage of land. The trend in new property developments is to go skyward as can be seen in the 140 metre tall Michelangelo Towers in Maude Street. It is not uncommon to see these type of Sandton apartments (or penthouses) going for R10 to R30 million. Due to the high demand, the area is sought after by property investors. If you are looking at buy-to-rent options click here for available for sale Sandton properties.

The Sandton City hub
Sandton is the home to Gauteng's premier shopping destination, Sandton City, which also includes the famous Nelson Mandela Square. Sandton City features a massive 158,000 square metre gross lettable area after recent upgrades completed in 2013. Situated right across Sandton City is the Sandton Convention Centre which hosts many local and international events. There are also many hotels within easy walking distance to the Sandton City hub. Public transport includes the efficient Gautrain Sandton station opposite Sandton City and the Radison Blu Hotel Gautrain.
Click here to view properties to rent within +- 1km from Sandton City.

What is currently available to rent in Sandton?
You can also use our property search to find property to rent in specific Sandton suburbs, price range or based on the number of bedrooms, bathrooms and garages you require:

Who can I contact to help me rent our my Sandton home?

There are many top franchise and independent agencies in Sandton that can help you quickly find a suitable rental.


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