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Province Overview

Arguably one of the most picturesque landscapes in the world, the Western Cape province not only offers chic city living apartments but also breathtaking agricultural properties. Young professionals prefer Cape Town CBD living, whilst the larger family homes scattered throughout the Northern and Southern Suburbs of the city attracts family buyers. If you are in the market for retirement and holiday properties the Garden Route is the destination for you with gems like George and Knysna to chose from.

The various rental property options available in the Western Cape ensures that prospective tenants will be able to find exactly what they are looking for. Cape Town’s City Bowl is a hotspot for young professional tenants, while the Atlantic Seaboard is known for its movie-worthy rental properties.

With its sweeping vistas of mountains, vineyards, and ocean it is easy to see why people fall in love with this picturesque South African province. From young creatives to the older generation - everyone will find their slice of paradise here - whether it is in the buzzing City Bowl or the laid back Knysna!

Those in the market for a holiday home also flock to this province in the hopes of finding an escape from city life, which sees many eventually retiring to their previous holiday destinations.

Quick Facts

  • With a total area of 129 370 square kilometres, the Western Cape is roughly the size of Greece. It’s the country’s fourth-largest province, only slightly smaller than the Free State, taking up 10.6% of South Africa’s land area and with a mid-2006 population of 4.7-million people.
  • Visitors to the Western Cape can disembark at international airports in Cape Town and the city of George, or at the ports of Cape Town, Mossel Bay or Saldanha.
  • Saldanha, north of Cape Town, is South Africa’s only natural harbour, and notable harbour for iron exports and the fishing industry. Other towns include Worcester and Stellenbosch in the heart of the winelands, George, a centre for indigenous timber and vegetable production, Oudtshoorn, known for its ostrich products and the world-famous Cango caves, and Beaufort West on the dry, sheep-farming plains of the Great Karoo.
  • The Western Cape is home to the smallest of the world’s six floral kingdoms, the Cape Floral Kingdom, which is characterised by fynbos and the protea family, and contains more plant species than the whole of Europe.
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R800 million residential development in Cape Town tops out
27 Mar 2020
Construction work on FWJK’s R800 million residential development known as 16 on Bree has topped out with the 36th floor having recently been cast which will make it the tallest residential development yet to be constructed in Cape Town.
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Increasingly sought-after False Bay eco-estates offer the best of both worlds
24 Mar 2020
With more and more people making major lifestyle changes, not only to escape the congestion of city living but also in search of a more tranquil lifestyle in closer harmony with nature, there has been a notable move towards more environmentally conscious building and living, especially in the estate sector.
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Relief as the repo rate drops with 1%
19 Mar 2020
Following a cut in interest rates at their last meeting in January, and the Finance Ministers decision to lower income tax levels during the budget speech in February, the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) announced some further relief for South Africans today by lowering the interest rate by 100 basis points. The repo rate therefore drops to 5.25%.
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How to become a zero-waste household
17 Mar 2020
According to GreenCape’s Waste Economy: Market Intelligence Report 2019, South Africa generated roughly 108 million tonnes of waste in 2011, of which only 10% was recycled.
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