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Johannesburg at a glance

Johannesburg is the capital of Gauteng. Called Joburg by the locals and nicknamed "egoli" (place of gold), Johannesburg dates back to 1886 when the main gold reef was discovered on the Witwatersrand. Almost immediately, the Transvaal (as it was known then) was swamped by diggers and fortune-seekers from near and far, creating a property boom in the area.

Mine dumps stand firmly as symbols of its rich past, while modern architecture in the form of tall skyscrapers contrast with Indian bazaars, rural dwellings and African 'muti' (medicine) shops, where traditional healers (or sangomas) dispense advice and traditional medicine. The busy streets bustle with fruit sellers and street vendors.

An exciting blend of ethnic and Western art and cultural activities is reflected in theatres and open-air arenas, throughout the city.

Johannesburg offers a wide variety of real estate opportunities in the form of sales and rental: including security villages, apartments, houses, cluster developments, vacant land and guesthouses.
 

439 Residential Homes For Sale in Johannesburg

FROM R255,000 to R21,000,000

12 Commercial Properties For Sale in Johannesburg

FROM R495,000 to R9,900,000

1 Commercial Property To Let in Johannesburg

FROM R130

Johannesburg in the news

Kibler Park offers properties on massive stands at very affordable prices
Trevor Sturgess, Seeff’s MD in Kibler Park says this area offers fantastic value for money, while good growth on investments is also experienced. “2019 certainly started with a bang in Johannesburg South. We have...

Johannesburg in the news

Listing property in winter
Steve van Wyk, Seeff’s MD in Centurion, says statistics at the Centurion office over the past 20 years indicate that the property market over the winter period is almost just as active as during the summer...

Johannesburg in the news

Seeff offers insight into Johannesburg South's rental market
More and more tenants in Johannesburg's southern suburbs are looking for rental accommodation in the lower and middle price brackets and there is little demand for rental property priced over R15 000 per month. Frans van...

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