Province Overview

With the beautiful natural landscape of Limpopo providing a spectacular backdrop for the various property options on sale, it becomes clear why real estate here attracts both local and international home buyers. From estate living to large game farms, Limpopo has it all with the added boost of natural beauty no matter where you.

Prospective tenants will be able to choose from various different property types - from townhouses to full-title homes. In the growing Ellisras area you will find many older properties to rent, as well as newly developed apartments.

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Average Gauteng rent leapfrogs to second place
10 Mar 2020
According to the PayProp Annual Review of 2019, rents in Gauteng overtook those in KwaZulu-Natal and the Northern Cape during the past year. With an average rent of R8 360, Gauteng is now the second-most expensive province in which to rent after the Western Cape.
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Rental growth reaches its peak in the third quarter
18 Nov 2019
The PayProp Rental Index for the third quarter of 2019 reveals that September 2019 had the highest year-on-year rental growth for the year at 4.2%, beating inflation for the first time since April 2018 – although rental growth has remained flat for the quarter. Johette Smuts from PayProp says that the monthly growth figures reported from January to August 2019 fluctuated between 3.1% and 4.2% each month, following a flat trend similar to that seen in 2018,
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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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Flat rental growth is good news for South Africa
14 Aug 2019
The PayProp Rental Index reveals second quarter growth (measured year-on-year) of 3.86%, a similar number to the growth rate measured in Q1 2019. PayProp’s Johette Smuts says that adding a moving average trendline highlights longer-term trends. In this case, it shows good news for landlords – rental growth remained steady over the last quarter and is not trending downward anymore.
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