Two more top Gauteng agents join Ennik Estates

Another two top-flight real estate consultants – who, between them, achieved luxury home sales of over R150-million in Johannesburg and Sandton in 2012 – have joined Christie’s-affiliated luxury homes marketer Ennik Estates, says founder and CEO Ronald Ennik.

They are:

  • Justine Roux, who last year closed sales of R80-million in one of the most dynamic luxury property nodes in Sandton (Morningside, Sandown, and Strathavon), and

  • Daniel Onay, who notched up 2012 sales of over R75-million in the century-old upmarket Johannesburg suburb of Houghton.

“Dan and Justine have not only brought enormous value to the Ennik Estates team of consultants – which now encapsulates over 200 years of experience in servicing affluent clients – but have also reinforced our position as a boutique marketer of high-end real estate,” says Ronald.

“While Houghton remains a speciality area of their focus, Daniel and his assistant, Gian Marco Bottega (who has a legal background) will also be active in equally upmarket Inanda, Atholl and Illovo. They joined Ennik Estates as a team.

“Justine, whose specialist skills include the structuring of sales to foreign currency buyers, has a mandate to widen her existing operating footprint to adjoining north-eastern areas of Sandton,” says Ronald.

Ennik Estates was established in August 2011 as the exclusive affiliate in Gauteng of Christie’s International Real Estate, the US$100-billion sales a year global luxury property arm of the world’s largest and oldest fine art auction house.

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