Property To Rent in Durban

Durban is the largest city in KwaZulu Natal and the economic powerhouse of the region. It is home to the busiest port in South Africa and is also a major manufacturing hub. The city enjoys a warm subtropical climate and locals and tourists take advantage of this weather to head outdoors and enjoy the world class beaches all year round. The Durban property market provides good value compared to other major South African cities.

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R 6 000
3
 Bed, 
1
 Bath
1
,  1
Garage
Lovely upmarket home, if elegance and comfort is your style, then don't miss out on this marvellous deal. This home boasts a ...
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+5

 

R 8 200 DEPOSIT: R 8 200
2
 Bed, 
1
 Bath
2
Unfurnished safe and secure simplex, with granite kitchen, small sized neat garden, x2 parking bays. available immediately for ...
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+9

 

R 25 000 DEPOSIT: R 25 000
3
 Bed, 
2
 Bath
2
Offering stunning oceans views, this three bedroom apartment is situated within an exciting new development in the prestigious ...
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Property News and Advice about Durban

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