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What you will pay for property in Gauteng’s 10 most popular suburbs

Real estate company Private Property has compiled a list of the most popular suburbs in Gauteng for the month of September. It bases ‘popularity’ of the suburbs on the average number of views per listing.

Buyers have shown a high level of interest across the board from the upmarket Waterfall Estate to the more affordable suburb of Wilgeheuwel in Roodepoort says the company and includes houses, townhouses, and apartments.

The Gauteng housing market is currently the most active, according to Private Property.

A recent survey by FNB has also revealed that property in Gauteng sells the fastest and is the most realistically priced.

In October 2017, the FNB House Price Index showed a further mild acceleration in year-on-year growth compared with revised September growth.

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