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Major growth for Aida Lowveld

The Aida Lowveld franchise has spread its wings and now offers its services to property consumers right across the Mpumalanga lowveld.
 
The franchise is now operating in the residential and rental markets of Nelspruit, White River, Sabie, Graskop, Bushbuck Ridge, Sabiepark, Hazyview, Rocky's Drift, Barberton and Marloth Park, says owner Marelize Schuld.
 
“Aida’s CEO Young Carr has identified 2010 as the year of courage, and that was our motivation to further strengthen the Aida brand - which has served the South African property market for the past 52 years - in the Lowveld region,” she says.
 
“And, with agents whose first priority is client service, it is possible to be courageous in the prevailing market conditions. Our highly trained team offers combined experience of nearly four decades and our motto is ‘be the best that you can be’, which translates to the best possible service for our clients.”
 
The main office of Aida Lowveld is situated in the town of White River near the province’s capital of Nelspruit and a modern, coffee-shop approach will be employed in some of the smaller towns and outlying areas to be more accessible to property consumers and to give wider exposure to properties for sale.
 
Schuld adds that Aida Lowveld will expand its community service, and projects involving local schools will shortly be launched. “We aim to serve our clients and the wider community to the best of our ability, and community projects form part of this commitment, as does our goal of further developing the wonderful Lowveld area.”
 
She points to the success of the Hazyview office – one of the smallest in the Aida group – in Aida’s ongoing blood donation campaign. “That office has assisted the Nelspruit Blood Bank in having the biggest volume of blood donated countrywide in the past six months. The same guts, marketing skills and service orientation characterises our business drive,” she says.
 
The Lowveld, still a popular tourist destination and the gateway to Mozambique, offers a wide range of properties with prices ranging from R220 000 in rural areas to R18m for top properties such as game lodges and trout, nut and game farms overlooking the scenic Sabie and Komati rivers.
 
Schuld says that although there are some land claims in certain areas, agricultural land in the region is still in strong demand.
 
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