The first thing you will notice about Centurion is that despite its ever-expanding urban landscape, there is a sense of community that many large cities lack. It is world class conveniences woven into a small town fabric to create one of Gauteng’s most vibrant up-and-coming areas.
This is a family orientated area that caters for young professionals in the newer extensions, as well as retirees in the older suburbs of Centurion.
A major contributing factor to the demographic of Centurion is it ease of access, whether by public transport, Gautrain or one of the national roads leading into the area. Many young professionals and students make the areas around these points home, whilst the more established areas are home to families, both young and old, as well as retirees.
Thus ensuring a wide variety of real estate options available in Centurion.
Property development, both commercial and residential, is experiencing a big boom period with a large number of businesses now making this their home base. The popularity of the area due to its proximity to both Johannesburg and Pretoria means that residential property is in high demand, whether to buy or to rent.
Centurion is also home to some of the top schools in Gauteng, both English and Afrikaans medium, which makes this one of the first choices for growing families.
The natural evolution of the area allows for homes, townhouses and apartments to exist in close proximity to one another - all with easy access to shopping centres, schools, and other amenities.