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Kempton Park at a glance

The city of Kempton Park is situated in the East Rand and serves as an important link for many businesses due to its proximity to Johannesburg and OR Tambo International Airport.

With a variety of property types, Kempton Park is ideal for those wanting to establish a home base not far from where they work. Although many residents still commute to Johannesburg on a daily basis as this bustling city is not far from Kempton Park’s residential suburbs.

Kempton Park is also home to some of the most prestigious schools in the country, such as Hoërskool Jeugland and Rhodesfield High School. These are just two of the six major schools in the area. With a plethora of schools to choose from many families make this area their home.

There are many amenities to choose from, including restaurants, shopping centres, sporting activities and many more. And because the city is so close to the the airport it is perfect for people who are looking for a ‘lock-up-and-go’ lifestyle, hopping on to flights for short weekend getaways or even longer holidays.

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Tips for sellers in a buyer’s market
14 Feb 2020
The conditions currently prevailing in the property market are geared to favour buyers. But what if you’re a seller in a buyer’s market? We take a closer look and discuss tips to help you sell your property in a buyer's market.
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Contained inflation made the case for an easing in the repo rate
17 Jan 2020
With limited, modest growth anticipated for the year ahead (2020), it encouraging that the Monetary Policy Committee saw fit to reduce the repo rate by 25bps in order to help kickstart the economy and foster increased confidence among consumers who are feeling the pressure of ever-rising costs.
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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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This is how long your property will be on the market in Gauteng and Cape Town
14 Oct 2019
Selling real estate is not as instantly gratifying as selling shares or cashing in on other investments. Those hoping to sell within the current market are likely to wait for roughly 14 weeks (which is the national average) before closing the deal.
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