New office for RealNet in Moreleta Park

The RealNet estate agency group has increased its number of offices in Pretoria with the opening of a new agency in Moreleta Park, east of the city.
The new franchise is owned by Veronica Potgieter, who says the brand has received an overwhelming response in the local market. “We had our first show houses in January shortly after opening and received several sole mandates in the second week.
“We currently receive three listings per day on average and local buyers and sellers regularly approach us for advice. ”
Potgieter, an experienced estate agent with a slew of industry accolades under her belt, decided to strike out on her own and chose the RealNet brand based on its performance and continued growth in spite of tough economic conditions.
“I have reviewed all franchise opportunities and was most impressed with the RealNet presentation. The group’s values and marketing strategy were particularly impressive and the fact that it caters fully or the Afrikaans market was an important consideration for a real estate office in Pretoria,” she says.
Potgieter adds that in spite of the difficult economic conditions of the past year, property in Moreleta has retained its resale value. The area offers a variety of properties for sale at prices ranging from R480 000 to more than R3m. Units in established areas, as well as new extensions and security complexes are available.
The biggest demand is currently for homes in the R800 000 to R1,5m price range.
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