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Property in Cape Town
The second most populated city in South Africa after Johannesburg is Cape Town and it has plenty to offer. It stands as one of the most multicultural cities in the World. Famous landmarks in the area include, Table Mountain, Cape Point and the harbour all make Cape Town a popular tourist city. These attractions add a vibrancy that attracts people from all over the world. Regardless of your budget and needs, there is plenty of property in Cape Town available.
Rental Property in Cape Town
Rooms, apartments and houses are all available to rent in Cape Town. You can choose from apartments and houses that may or may not come with shared facilities. If you do choose a rental place with shared facilities, it is advisable to meet other tenants before signing any contracts and moving in. If you prefer your own space there are plenty of small bachelor flats and granny flats are available. Larger one, two and three bedroom apartments are readily available and typically come within a secure building, that includes secure access, parking and in some cases pool, gardens and patios. Townhouses and bigger houses suitable for family homes are available for those wanting more space. Prices will vary, depending on location, size and amenities available, but typically cost anywhere from R2 500 per month to R18 500 per month.
Office and Warehouse Space to Rent in Cape Town
There are plenty of office and warehouse spaces to rent in Cape Town and its surrounding suburbs. Office space can be furnished or unfurnished and warehouse, storage and light industrial units are all available depending on use. Prices per month vary depending on location, size and amenities offered, but usually cost R20 000 to R41 650.
Cape Town is a thriving metropolis and has a busy business centre, strong tourist industry, and popular residential area. Anyone looking to travel to the area for leisure vacation, work or to live, will find that Cape Town is a great choice. Named as the World Design Capital 2014, Cape Town is certainly worth looking at if you need to live and work in the area.
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