Helderkruin property market suits every pocket

Private Property South Africa
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Seeff recently opened an office in Wilro Park that also services the areas of Kloofendal, Helderkruin, Helderkruin View, Wilro Park, Roodekrans, Witpoortjie, Lindhaven, Mindalore, Grobler Park and Reefhaven.

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Christa Roos, Seeff’s licensee at the branch, says although the name is Seeff Helderkruin they operate in a much bigger geographical area as listed above and because of the diversity, property prices here vary from the low R200 000’s up to the multi millions - depending on the suburb.

“The area caters for a wide market and consists of a good mix of apartments, flats, townhouses, freehold homes and a few estates.

These suburbs are in high demand as they offer easy access to major highways towards the North, South and Eastern suburbs as well as Pretoria, Lanseria International Airport and the Cradle of Humankind. There are several modern shopping centres, malls and private and public schools in the area to meet the needs of residents”.

Roos says entry-level flats and townhouses in suburbs like Wilro Park and Roodekrans can be purchased for R650 000, whereas Witpoortjie offers entry level homes starting from R650 000.

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“Family homes in suburbs like Helderkruin are priced between R1 650 million and R2.8 million and luxury homes in areas like Helderkruin View and the security estates offer property priced between R2.5 million and R4 million.

There are opportunities for first time buyers to obtain entry level property in all these suburbs, except for Helderkruin View and the estates”.

Roos adds the rental market here is also very active.

“Small homes are priced between R8000 and R9500 per month, family homes range between R10 000 and R13 000 per month and homes in estates priced between R10 500 and R14 000 are in high demand.

In Helderkruin, Wilropark and the Roodekrans area we have a stock shortage in two bedroom townhouses and apartments priced between R6000 and R8000 per month”.

Roos concludes that development in Witpoortjie and surrounds have picked up and there is a new residential development taking place in the area.

“The new development will most definitely alleviate stock shortages. We are excited about the development as the modern units cater for first time -, young family orientated buyers and investors alike”.

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