Welcome to Midrand, a modern residential and commercial city in Gauteng, South Africa. With its strategic situation between Johannesburg and Pretoria along the N1 highway northward of the Jukskei River, Midrand is by far a fastest growing residential and commercial town in the province. Unlike its neighbouring towns that were established as a result of the Gauteng gold rush, Midrand grew from two urban towns namely Olifantsfontein and Halfway House. In early 1980 all these towns were incorporated into a single administration, the Midrand Municipality.
In 2000, Midrand and its respective suburbs such as Carlswald, Crowthorne, Glen Austin, Halfway House, Halfway Gardens, Kyalami, Vorna Valley and Randjesfontein to name a few, were incorporated into the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality.
Midrand has 62 active suburbs.
Between 2014-09-01 to 2015-08-31:
Compared to the previous year(2013-09-01 to 2014-08-31):
Full Title and Sectional Title sales in Midrand had a combined value of R 7,720,817,049 with a median price of R 830,000 compared to R 6,588,232,619 with the median price of R700,000 for the prior period.
Full Title sales in Midrand had a total value of R 5,627,097,083 with a median price of R 1,050,000 compared to R 5,212,333,222 with the median price of R780,000 for the prior period.
Sectional Title sales in Midrand had a total value of R 2,093,719,966 with the median price of R 720,000 compared to R 1,375,899,397 with the median price of R650,000 for the prior period.
For more information regarding property valuations and suburb trends for Midrand visit www.SAPTG.co.za
Today, Midrand is probably one of the fastest growing areas in Gauteng with a highest number of new developments and Golf Estate houses for sale and to rent. Big South African Corporates such as Vodacom, National Lottery and NAAMSA - The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa - chose Midrand as a home to their Head Offices.
To view houses for sale and to rent in Midrand, click here.