Pam Golding Properties ‘Goes Platinum’ With ARC

Pam Golding Properties, which has the biggest national footprint in the gated estate sector of the residential property market in South Africa, has accepted an appointment as the exclusive real estate Platinum Partner to the Association of Residential Communities (ARC).
This was announced today (18 March 2010) by Dr Andrew Golding, CE of the Pam Golding Property group.
Welcoming the association, Jeff Gilmour, president of ARC, says:
“We were always determined that ARC’s Platinum Partner in the real estate discipline must be not only the brand leader in its field but also hold the biggest market share within the residential community sector – and Pam Golding Properties fits the bill on both fronts.”
ARC is focused on assisting homeowners’ associations and bodies corporate to manage residential estates, townhouse and cluster complexes more efficiently. In the process, the primary aim is to protect and grow the value of residents’ homes.
To help achieve this aim, says Dr Golding, Pam Golding Properties will:
§        provide a depth of residential property marketing services and expertise to ARC member estates, and
§        play a key role in the development and implementation of ‘best-practice’ real estate guidelines that essentially protect and promote the interests of homeowners.
“Building, maintaining and enhancing goodwill, integrity and good faith between owners, managers and marketers of homes on ARC member estates will be the bedrock of our Platinum partnership,” says Dr Golding.
“The popularity of secure gated estate living has mushroomed in South Africa in the 2000s – so much so that it is today one of the most highly desirable lifestyles the real estate market has to offer. This is underlined by the fact that properties in gated estates in South Africa are currently estimated to be worth between R600-billion and R700-billion,” he adds.
According to Gilmour, ARC member estates account for 32 percent of the homes in the 1500 largest gated communities in South Africa.
On behalf of Pam Golding Properties

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