Woodhill gets resident RealNet agent

The popular upmarket Woodhill Golf Estate in Pretoria's eastern suburbs has acquired the services of a resident estate agent.

Callie Louw, who lives in the estate and owns the RealNet franchise in Moreleta Park, has now also acquired the RealNet Woodhill franchise. “It is a good fit with the Moreleta Park agency and we expect to see a healthy synergy between the two," he says.

Woodhill is the residential estate of choice in the ‘new east’ of the city thanks to state-of-the-art security and the relaxed lifestyle afforded by open spaces and, naturally, the golf course, he says.

"Buyers are either opting to buy into the lifestyle or see units here as an excellent investment. And homes in Woodhill are also sought after by high-quality tenants such as top professionals and executives, as well as foreign embassies, which rent luxury accommodation for senior staff."

Prices start at around R3,5m for full-title homes and range up to R10m and more for large properties. A limited number of three-bedroom sectional title duplexes are available in the estate. Prices of these units start at around R1,7m.

Louw describes the property market in neighbouring Moreleta Park as stable. "It remains a popular area among buyers thanks to the established infrastructure, the wide range of residential units available and the fact that properties here hold their value."

Prices of full-title properties in the suburb start at around R1,7m while sectional titles, popular among younger buyers, start at around R700 000 for two-bedroom units. Prices of duets range between R1,1m and R1,5m.

Louw, a qualified attorney, says it was a natural career progression to enter the property industry. He joined RealNet last year when he bought the Moreleta Park franchise after a successful stint at a Centurion agency.

"It was a golden opportunity to become active on my home turf, where I can serve property consumers with in-depth knowledge of the local property scene. I was also very happy to join RealNet, a young and dynamic brand that brings innovation to the industry," he says.

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