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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Market & Opinion
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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Market & Opinion
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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Lifestyle & Architecture
Lockdown prompts homeowners re-evaluate lifestyle, including living spaces
14 Jul 2020
The far-reaching lockdown experienced by homeowners in South Africa has no doubt provided much food for thought and room for introspection, most likely mainly around re-evaluating lifestyle and long-term goals, but also their immediate surrounds – their homes.
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Market & Opinion
Rental Arrears worsen with a further decline expected
02 Jun 2020
The first PayProp Rental Index for 2020 has been released, and with it a disturbing statistic. During March 2020, just over 20% of tenants were in arrears, increasing to almost 24% in April.
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