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Featured Neighborhood Experts
A professional and experienced real estate agent will make your property sale seamless and less stressful. The MyProperty Neighborhood Experts is our way to help you connect with the best agents in a particular neighborhood. We want to promote those individuals who make a difference through their service delivery and make sales happen!
Karin Strydom
L.lb Bachelors of Laws, Professional Practitioner Real Estate
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What makes Mossel Bay a great suburb?
Best Town in the World! Safe, Sunny, Friendly, Great Family Living!
The typical buyer
Families, Retired Clients, Buyers from inland.
Price overview
R1 200 000 - R5 000 000
Popular in this area
Garden Route, Excellent Schools, Golf Estates, Klein Karoo
My tip
Don't delay, the property prices are escalating due to high demand! Buy sooner, rather than later, so you can benefit from the growth in the value of your property.
Desiree Bothma
Master Practioner in Real Estate (MPRE) /Certified Estate Agenct Principal, 12 years experience in real estate of own Agency
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What makes Kempton Park a great suburb?
The community is vibrant, growing,and dynamic.
The typical buyer
Varies, buyers have different needs and it changes as the ages and needs change. We have young first time buyers, expanding family buyers and even the retired downscaling buyers. All unique in their own way.
Price overview
First time buyer homes can be found as low as R400 upwards and rentals we have a variety of lower income rentals from R3000 p/ to higer end rentals at R25000p/m. Kempton Park caters for all income groups.
Popular in this area
We have of the best model C - Goverment schools, primary and High schools, Dries Niemand park, have excellent community and sport facilities, close to other large cities, airport and various. Festival mall caters for all ages, boasting cinemas and an ice rink.
My tip
There are many homes available to buy with cottages or able to convert to cottages, which is great at helping you pay you bond off if rent out the cottage.
Kamie Naidoo
I have successfully completed my NQF4 in Real estate and have 20 years of experience in the property market.
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What makes Lenasia a great suburb?
Lenasia is a formerly racially segregated Indian township, South of Soweto in Gauteng Province, South Africa. Although still a predominantly Indian area, Lenasia today is a more cosmopolitan and diverse suburb, providing a place to live for local Coloured and African people, as well as recent immigrants and refugees. There is unity between different races and religions, and this makes Lenasia great!
The typical buyer
First Time Home Buyers
Price overview
The average price in Lenasia Ext 1, 3, 5, 7, 8 & 9 range between R1 400 000 and R5 000 000. However, Ext 2, 4, 6, 11, 10 and 13 range between R500 000 and R1 000 000.
Popular in this area
Trade Route Mall, Signet Terrace Shopping Centre, Rose Park, Religious places of Worship as well as both Public & Private schools.
My tip
Buyers & Sellers should educate themselves on the market value of properties in a particular area so as to make the most informed decision possible when it comes to either buying or selling a property.
Geoff Stroebel
NQF5 Principal estate agent with 15 years of property experience and 5 operating in the Southern Suburbs
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What makes Meadowridge a great suburb?
Quiet and peaceful suburb with larger properties, slightly older homes featuring large bedrooms and central to schools, gym activities, Constantia Village, Blue Route and M3 highway
The typical buyer
A wide range of buyers attracted to the area but probably best suited to families with school-going kids
Price overview
Houses in the suburb are in the range of R3.5m to R5.5m
Popular in this area
Constantia Village Mall, Blue Route Mall, Virgin Active, well-known Constantia wine estates such as Groot Constantia, Buitenverwachting, Eagles Nest
My tip
A solid investment for the future. The suburb never offers an abundance of stock as families tend to live here for far longer.
Susan Coetzee
NQF 4, PDE 4
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What makes Bayview a great suburb?
Hartenbos, within the greater Mossel Bay is still a very popular holiday destination with its Blue Flag beaches.
The typical buyer
The typical buyer are your younger families from all over the country, wanting to buy a holiday house for themselves, but with the and the potential to rent out, and at the end of the day to retire here in the Garden Route.
Price overview
The popularity of this area increased the supply and demand and this forced the prices to rise while limiting the rental stock availability. Bay View is still one of the safest neighbourhoods in the area,. You can start looking from the R2mil price range, up to R15 mil for beachfront properties. In Hartenbos you get the older houses, and more holiday flats starting at about R900 000 up to R6mil, all depends on the location. The average buyers in this area normally pay R1,5mil to R3,5mil.
Popular in this area
This area has beautiful blue flag beaches, lots of entertainment for the kids, Hartenbos Seafront with Gym and indoor pool, restaurants, Diaz Beach supertube and then all the shops you need in Langeberg, and Mossel Bay Malls. For the golfer there is a choice of Mossel Bay Golf course and Pinnacle Point. Then just 40 km away you have George with the airport, a bigger mall with cinemas and lots of restaurants and beautiful golf courses as well. You also have a choice of different wine and game farms you can visit. This area really caters for everyone in the family!!
My tip
This is still a very good area for your investor buyers seeing that the current rental stock shortage is a big problem. The other very positive tip for this area, is the location, close to an airport, basically in the middle of two big cities, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, good schools, excellent hospitals and medical care centres, and then all the tourism attractions in this area, and most important the second most moderate climate in the world, Haiwai is the only place that beat us on that!!
Antonie Goosen
I obtained my B.Comm degree in Marketing Management from the Stellenbosch University in 2001. I completed by Certificate in Estate Agency (CEA) in 2004. I am a fully qualified principal agent and hold the designation MPRE (Master Practitioner Real Estate). I have been active in the Real Estate Market since 2004 and currently have 18 years experience. I founded Meridian Realty in 2005, and I remain the principal of this growing company to date. My personal focus in terms of selling has always been Welgevonden Estate in Stellenbosch, where I also reside.
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What makes Welgevonden Estate a great suburb?
Welgevonden Estate is an incredible place to stay. It is truly a community in itself - with a huge diversity of people living within this estate. The Estate has just shy of 1000 full title properties on offer. It offers everything from small single storey 2 bedroom homes to large 5 bedroom properties, and everything in between. Welgevonden done not offer large plots, and people tend to live closer to each other - which I believe truly gives you a greater sense of community. The estate offers beautiful views of the nearby Simonsberg mountains, vineyards and historic Stellenbosch estates. The development has numerous spacious green areas for the occupants to enjoy, and there are a number of children play areas scattered throughout the estate. There are also beautiful walking and running trails within the parameters of the estate. The fact that we are a secure, access controlled estate just adds to the general ambience. Welgevonden is renowned as one of the safest suburbs in Stellenbosch, and you will rarely encounter burglar bars or alarms within the parameters of the safe, child friendly estate.
The typical buyer
It ranges - from young working people, families with children to older people that have decided to downscale and enjoy the benefits of a lock-up-and-go lifestyle. We also have a large number of investors that tend to buy in Welgevonden due to the strong rental market and the great capital growth it offers.
Price overview
Historically Welgevonden Estate offers incredible capital growth. It is a highly sought after estate. Prices range from entry level of around R1.6 million (very scarce), up to around R5 million. The average sales price in 2017 was around R2.75 million. The nominal growth in Welgevonden for 2017 was over 20% per annum!
Popular in this area
• University of Stellenbosch. • All of the great wine estates Stellenbosch and the Boland has to offer. • Eikestad Mall. • The Somerset Mall is within a 25 minute drive. • The Strand beaches are within a 25 minute drive. • Cape Town and all its attractions are within a 45 minute drive. • Paul Roos Gymnasium. • Rhenish Primary. • Rhenish High School. • Eikestad Primary. • Eikestad High School. • Stellenbosch Primary. • Stellenbosch High School.
My tip
It is a great time to buy - as the market currently favours buyers more.
Annatji Nel
NQF 4 + PDE, 18 years experience as full status agent
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What makes Oudtshoorn a great suburb?
Oudtshoorn is the biggest town in the Klein Karoo with some interesting historic towns nearby such as De Rust, Prince Albert, and Calitzdorp. The Region is well known for its Wine Estates, Olive Orchards, and Ostrich Farms. Just outside Oudtshoorn is the world famous Cango Caves. Oudtshoorn has a wide range of good schools, some of which have fine hostels for boarders. English speaking pupils are catered for. Oudtshoorn has a fascinating history in relation to the ostrich boom of the Victorian period. As a consequence, Oudtshoorn displays many fine ornate sandstone mansions of great architectural interest and this includes CP Nel Museum in the centre of town which is worth spending many hours in. Nationally Oudtshoorn is renowned for its exceptional sports facilities and many National competitions are held there each year. Oudtshoorn and its Klein Karoo environment has a number of mountain rangers which are often topped with snow in winter. Every year the towns hosts the KKN arts festival and the Cape Classic festival.
The typical buyer
Potential buyers are from throughout the country, but mostly from CapeTown and Johannesburg. Many are looking for inexpensive semi-retirement homes.
Price overview
Between R500 000 and R1.5 (on average)
Popular in this area
Cango Caves, Ostrich Tourist Farms , Wild Game Reserves, within immediate area. Oudtshoorn is approximately 70 kilometers fom the Garden Route (George, Knysna, Sedgefield, Mossel Bay ext)
My tip
Oudtshoorn is devided by the Grobbelaars River with Westbank Suburb as the most popular area according to buyers preference.
Natasja Hyland
2 years experience in Centurion
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What makes Die Hoewes a great suburb?
Close to Gautrain station and Centurion Mall.
The typical buyer
For the buyer who wants a lock up and go property and who uses the Gautrain on daily basis.
Price overview
Townhouses from as little as R700 000
Popular in this area
Schools. Malls. Gautrain station.
My tip
Perfect for fist time buyers and investors.
Kenny Emedo
Certificate in Estate Agency. NQF 4, NQF 5. 11years experience
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What makes Chase Valley Heights a great suburb?
It is peaceful, close to nature and very secure
The typical buyer
Middle aged and family oriented.
Price overview
R1.4 million and above
Popular in this area
Cascade Mall, Liberty Midlands Mall, Carter High School
My tip
Shortage of rental stock and new developments