RE/MAX Wildlife Properties - Establishing a premier marketing presence in Hoedspruit

Hoedspruit, situated in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, is home to the estate agency owned by Annie van den Berg and Paul Buys.  

RE/MAX Wildlife Properties is one of the estate agencies that you’ll find in the bushveld which is not only passionate about their environment and the conservation thereof, but also passionate about superior levels of training for upcoming estate agents and customer service.  


“We want to empower all those who embrace the RE/MAX passion, help them to achieve their financial dreams and a quality of life that they aspire to," Van den Berg adds. She also says that they decided to open the doors of this estate agency because they wanted to own the preferred estate agency in the Hoedspruit region.

RE/MAX Wildlife Properties wants to be a healthy and successful company, we want to lead in customer service and so, secure a loyal customer following," Van den Berg says.  They firmly believe that they are different because of their vast experience in the Hoedspruit area and their unique shop location.


Raptors View Wildlife Estate enjoys this agency’s main focus and specialty.  The agency sells residential property in the bushveld, game farms, vacant land, apartments, commercial property and also has rental properties on offer.  Van den Berg's view of the current market is that the desperate sales period has died down and that agents in this area can now start to achieve asking prices again.  


Talking to and getting to know these agents it becomes obvious that the passion goes far beyond than just signing the contract, the most rewarding thing for them is that they can contribute to making people’s dreams come true.  “The trust we get from our clients, making their biggest investments," Van den Berg adds "is the most valued aspect of the business."

The agents of RE/MAX Wildlife Properties says that Hoedspruit is the best place to live in South Africa because of the low crime rate, private schools and naturally because of its prime location between the two gates to the Kruger National Park.

For more information on this agency visit their website at  

Here you will be able to search amongst a vast selection of properties as well as some useful info supplied by them on the various estates located in Hoedpsruit.  Estates offering property for sale in Hoedspruit is Raptors View Wildlife Estate, Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate, Raptors Lodge, Zandspruit Bush, Balule Private Nature Reserve, Lissitaba Game Reserve, Khaya Ndlovu. 

All photographs are the property or RE/MAX Wildlife Properties*

Contact RE/MAX Wildlife Properties at 015 793 0108 or visit their website at 

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