Whether you are looking for a room, an apartment or house to rent in Cape Town – property hunting can be a long drawn out affair. Property sites offer you the same options, we’ve discovered new networks to make your search a little easier.
These online sites make it easy to scroll to find your perfect place. They are reputable and reliable, and help you avoid the hassle and stress of online scams.
1. Daddy’s Deals
There’s something for everyone at Daddy’s Deals. The company is a leading savings site that offers unforgettable memories and experiences all at an affordable price. They scour the planet for deals and make sure that you the customer, get the best price. When it comes to accommodation, this is no exception. From Cape Town to Mauritius, Daddy’s Deals is able to find the right quality and price. Book your accommodation in Cape Town today.
An online rental service that is dedicated to simplifying the hunt for room – Ekaya creates a rental application with a difference and is some what like Tinder, both sellers and users are able to create an online profile. Ekaya is built on the basis of trust and users are able to use ‘Project Ivy’ to narrow down their search as they swipe left or right. Ekaya is built on the basis of trust and users are able to use ‘Project Ivy’ to narrow down their search. The VIP Ekaya application that users create allows landlords to find the perfect fit and users are able to present their three month bank statement, references and specifics in an aesthetically pleasing layout.
3. Rent a Room
Rent a Room offers an online property service for students and interns in Cape Town. Rent a room houses three different properties and is able to allocate prospective renters to the ideal spot whether it be in Gardens, Observatory or Mowbray. The rooms are all equipped with a lockable room, a maintenance team and a dedicated cleaning service. The site offers three different categories of rooms ranging from a large bedroom with a double bed to a compact single bed room and each are priced accordingly.
Anazi is a search engine site for property, cars and jobs across South Africa. It was the first South African engine created in 1996 and each submission to the site is checked rigorously to ensure the safety of buyers and sellers. The site is simple to use, just type your needs into the search engine and it will find you accommodation tailored to your requirements.
A rental site that promotes an affordable housing that is soon to hit the shores of the Cape, possibly by the end of July. Homii is building several residential apartments to bring affordable and safe living to residents who cannot afford Cape Town’s rentals. The city lacks affordable housing and Homii plans to eradicate this. There is an app for Homii – allowing users to view and book apartments or rooms. We can’t wait for it to arrive.