In 2019, City of Tshwane’s residential property market was valued at R536.8 billion. Of the over 570 000 residential properties in the metro, 41% were valued below R600 000. Government-subsidised housing accounted for most properties in this segment— 75% in the entry market and 20% in the affordable segment.
This presentation unpacks CAHF’s Citymark analysis of Tshwane’s residential property market, looking carefully at the impact of government-subsidised housing on the metro, new build vs. resale market activity, and how first-time homebuyers are acquiring their first property. We also dive into a neighbourhood level analysis to look at the emergence of mixed neighborhoods as well as the impact of government investment in public transport hubs on the market segmentation of the surrounding residential areas.Download PDF