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One of the reasons why property for sale in Free State is so sought-after is the country charm it offers its residents whilst still providing world-class amenities. From the historic charm of tourist favourite Clarens to the daily hustle and bustle of the capital Bloemfontein, it has it all!

The University of Free State has ensured that rental properties in Bloemfontein are in high demand with property investors and prospective students alike. Sasolburg offers great rental properties for families in areas close to schools, as well as single people close to the industrial giant, Sasol’s operations plant.

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Young buyers driving the residential property market in Bloemfontein
04 Mar 2020
Bloemfontein is experiencing a surge in residential property transactions concluded by young home buyers, particularly first-time buyers, who are snapping up homes mainly in the price band below R1million, says Ulrich Sirgel, area principal for Pam Golding Properties
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Frail care centres and a mix of residential and commercial properties on online property auction
15 Nov 2019
With a huge pent-up demand for retirement accommodation in South Africa – particularly with quality medical facilities on site – the availability for purchase of three separate leading frail care centres in upmarket retirement villages and three individual two-bedroom units offers lucrative investment opportunities for the savvy buyer.
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Call of the African bush attracts city dwellers and overseas buyers to secure wildlife estates
15 Oct 2019
As the densification of major centres continues, many city dwellers are drawn by the compelling appeal of nature on secure, wildlife lifestyle estates, where your next door ‘neighbours’ include free-roaming game and an abundance of birdlife, set in serene, bushveld landscapes and yet still easily accessible to all amenities.
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A Tale of Three Cities
18 Sep 2019
A fervent desire to reduce both monthly costs and traffic-congested travel times while residing in conveniently situated nodes has given rise to the ongoing success of the live-work-play lifestyle in South Africa. Perhaps nowhere is this more evident than in the three comparable key hubs of Rosebank in Johannesburg, Cape Town’s central city and uMhlanga, a northern suburb of Durban.
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