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Midrand, LeogemMidrand is a well-balanced suburb situated halfway between Johannesburg and Pretoria, with easy access from the East and West Rand, providing a range of affordable and upper-class living solutions. Midrand is home to many leading businesses in Gauteng including Vodaworld, African Bank Ltd and Pinnacle Africa to mention a few, making it a high residential property demand area for professionals working in the area, and neighbouring places.

Bryanston is an upscale suburb situated in the North of Johannesburg, offering sophisticated residential solutions. Bryanston is well situated between Fourways and Sandton where some of the most prominent business and social hubs are located, because of its easy access to Sandton, Rivonia and Sunninghill, Bryanston is an ideal place to stay in for up and coming professionals.

Kyalami is a prestigious suburb situated in the North of Johannesburg that has claimed a prominent spot in the property market over a short period of time. Kyalami has seen a lot of residential and commercial properties being developed that have successfully sold out just as quickly, thanks to dedicated property developers like Leogem Property Projects.

Imagine the ability to walk through your new home before it is event built. From the entrance through to the open plan kitchen, through to the dining – lounge area. You admire the serene master bedroom and en-suite bathroom, notice the plentiful daylight that flows into the rooms…This is now possible with the use of technology.

Find out what Midrand has to offer and why you should make Midrand your new home.

Anyone involved in real estate will tell you that the best time to buy property is now.

If we look at the home loan repayments on that average priced home of R73.2 million in 2050, Scheffer says it equates to a monthly instalment of R730 536 at the current prime interest rate and calculated over a 20-year term.

It was with great excitement to see the joy in many underprivileged children’s faces this Easter. Leogem hosted an Easter Egg Drive During the month of March in which they managed to raise 3000 Easter Eggs through donations from their suppliers, clients and friends.

3 Ingenious Ways LEOGEM Homeowners Save Money and the Environment

There are various different reasons why South Africans are looking to improve energy efficiency. Having more sustainable energy solutions in the home not only gets you more bang for your buck but also helps the environment by removing unnecessary waste on the grid. When buying a Leogem home, you don’t have to pay extra for these energy saving measures, Leogem includes them, standard with every home. According to the International Energy Agency, improved energy efficiency in buildings, industrial processes and transportation could reduce the world’s energy needs in 2050 by one third, and help control global emissions of greenhouse gases. Let’s have a look at a few energy saving technologies that Leogem Property Projects have implemented alongside other industry leaders in the property development market.


Leogem Property Projects installs the following energy saving measures with every home



Leogem Property Projects installs the following energy saving measures with every home


Bryanston is an upper class residential suburb of Johannesburg.

In 1969, Bryanston was established as a suburb of Sandton. Bryanston is home to a number of spectacular entertainment facilities, shopping malls as well as a few world class restaurants.

The Bryanston Shopping Centre caters for the affluent community of Bryanston and its surrounding areas. The centre boasts 55 stores catering from beauty, fashion, food, services and more. The tenant mix at Bryanston appeals to the wealthy residents in the area. There is a diversity of superb coffee shops and top restaurants which you can choose from.

As part of the South Africa 2016 Wealth Report, New World Wealth ranked the most exclusive towns and suburbs in SA, based on the number of R20 million homes in each area.

This elegant 6 bedroom villa for sale in Camps Bay, Cape Town, is built on four levels with panoramic views and all the luxuries you could wish for. It is selling for R49 million - click here to view.

According to the report, there are approximately 2 300 South African homes valued at R20 million or more (as of December 2015). 880 of them are in Cape Town, whilst 550 are located in Johannesburg

South Africa's economy has dodged a few serious bullets these past few weeks with financial ratings agencies Moody's and Fitch deciding against downgrading us to junk status.

Gray says it is always a good idea to seek sound external financial advice to ensure you are kept in the loop about interest rates, market outlooks, legislation changes, and so forth.

Richard Gray, Harcourts Africa Chief Executive Officer, says although we're not in the clear completely yet, this is positive news for the short term.

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