RE/MAX opens an office in Kuilsriver

The country’s leading real estate brand continues to expand it’s reach across the country by opening a new franchise in Kuilsriver. The office, which is headed by Broker/Owners Jose De Abreu and Caron Leslie, was opened to meet the growing demand for property in the Kuilsriver area among buyers, as well as the agent growth within the RE/MAX brand.

Talking about the area, Leslie says that Kuilsriver offers an ideal lifestyle to buyers who want to be away from the hustle and bustle of city living. “It is far enough away from everything to escape the rush of metropolitan life, however not too far to get to the wine routes. It is close to Somerset West and close enough to town that commuting won’t take hours. It is a leafy town with many well-established areas which offer buyers excellent value for money,” says Leslie. “The area caters to the entire spectrum of buyers from first-time buyers just entering the market to established buyers purchasing multimillion rand properties. People from all walks of life are purchasing property in Kuilsriver, making it a real cosmopolitan town.”
According to Leslie, the property market in Kuilsriver is booming and many developments will be starting within the next couple of months to meet to buyer demand. The various developments will cater to first-time buyers as well as the more seasoned buyers looking to buy that dream mansion in a well-known security estate. “The property demand is picking up monthly as we are getting many buyers from out of town, wanting to buy here because they feel they are getting value for their money,” she says.
“We have been operational in the area for many years from the RE/MAX Property Associates office which is located in Glengary. We are continually growing our reach and agent count, but first we needed to make sure that the expansion made financial sense,” says Leslie. “There are a couple of reasons why we made the decision to open the Kuilsriver office. The number one motivating factor was the strong demand from the public, with many of our Kuilsriver customers asking us over the last couple of years when we will open up an office right on their doorsteps. The second factor was that we have had many agents who are currently working for other agencies who have been asking when we will open an office in the area, as they would like to come and work with a well-known and trusted brand that offers exceptional training.  These agents know that their customers would get the best service and access to a global network of real estate professional.” 
Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, says: “We are extremely happy to have expanded to the Kuilsriver area and grow our market presence in the Western Cape region. With the property market gaining momentum, it was a strategic decision to open the RE/MAX office in the area to offer a comprehensive service to property investors.”
When asked why people should choose to work with a RE/MAX agent, Leslie says: “With all the new regulations that estate agents face, RE/MAX agents have the best training. In today’s market it is important for customers to know that they are dealing with someone who is competent enough to deal with all aspects of their property transaction. Clients know that when they are dealing with RE/MAX Property Associates, they are not just a number and that they become part of our extended family and network. Due to the size and reach of the RE/MAX network, we can even assist clients in finding a property outside of the areas that our office operates if they are relocating,” says Leslie.
“While our primary function is to sell homes, we are willing to assist within the community wherever possible. Residents in Kuilsriver should feel free to visit our office to discuss property-related matters or issues they might have or need some clarity on. This is done free of charge and under no obligation. It is important for us to inform the public on property-related matters with no strings attached,” Leslie concludes.

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