The message is out – Cape Town is open for business, and with tourism numbers expected to climb to 21 million by 2030, mixed-use residential developments offering exceptional accommodation are in high demand, says Pam Golding Properties.

Wednesday, 08 November 2017 15:22

Buoyant Cape rental market ready for peak season

Visitors are paying premium rental prices to enjoy the pristine beaches and cosmopolitan lifestyle the Mother City has to offer, says Pam Golding Properties, with homes along the popular Atlantic Seaboard fetching daily rentals of around R30 000.

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