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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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Signs that the residential property market is beginning to stabilise
08 Nov 2019
Until there is greater clarity on the prospects of a recovery in the local economy, the housing market, which remains resilient but is currently weighted in favour of buyers, is unlikely to enter another fully-fledged recovery.
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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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The worst crime-ridden areas in South Africa
13 Sep 2019
The recently released statistics for the 2018/19 period from the South African Police Service (SAPS) has revealed the areas with the most recorded crime.
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