Province Overview

Situated just north of Gauteng, Mpumalanga is an agriculturally rich province with fantastic real estate investment opportunities. Boasting with breathtaking country living properties and large family homes surrounded by natural beauty. Towns such as Dullstroom offers the perfect weekend getaway while the hustle and bustle of Witbank attract young families.

Rental properties in Mpumalanga is a varied selection - from the newly developed to the more established in the smaller towns. The increase of economic activities in areas such as Nelspruit, has been the driving factor behind the demand for rental properties.

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Market & Opinion
Here are the emerging trends among property buyers & sellers
28 Sep 2020
Lockdown restrictions may have eased, but life has still been altered by the effects of COVID-19. A few months outside of Alert Level 5 and 4 have allowed real estate professionals the opportunity to spot the emerging trends among property buyers and sellers during this tumultuous time.
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Top property trend: Remote workers are heading out of town
03 Sep 2020
When we talk of semigration now, we are no longer just talking about the familiar pattern of movement from Gauteng to Cape Town, but about the worldwide counter-urbanisation or de-urbanisation movement, which sees people actively moving away from cities to smaller towns in search of a less stressful, more peaceful, country lifestyle, while still retaining their city jobs, if they wish to do so, by working remotely.
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Impact of pandemic on residential rental sector evident
01 Sep 2020
The PayProp Rental Index for the second quarter of 2020 shows sub-inflationary rental growth rates for April, May and June at 2.3%, 1.1% and 1.6% respectively (year on year). This is despite inflation dipping to its lowest level in years.
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Cape Town dethroned as strongest market but still boasting pockets of strong growth
10 Jul 2020
For almost a decade, consistent double-digit growth ensured the Western Cape’s undisputed position as market-leader but the playing field has been levelling since 2017 with Lightstone’s June 2020 house price index revealing significant shifts in the market place.
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