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RE/MAX is the Readers’ Choice

When it comes to residential real estate companies, RE/MAX of Southern Africa are the best in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Bloemfontein, as voted for by readers in the annual Readers’ Choice  Awards for 2013, the results of which were published on Sunday 30 November 2013.

The Readers’ Choice Competition asks readers of various influential daily newspapers to cast their vote for the business that that they most admire across a large variety of categories. The readers in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Bloemfontein all endorsed RE/MAX of Southern Africa as their choice as the best residential real estate company in the region.

Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, says: “It is always very encouraging to receive such positive feedback from people and know that our brand is viewed favourably in the communities that we service. As a brand we aim to add value to the areas that we work in and provide a professional service that surpasses the expectations of our clients. We endeavour to remain at the forefront of the South African property industry and leaders within the market. ”

He notes that the success of the brand is due to the hard work of committed agents and staff members. “Our agents and staff have an incredible work ethic. We aim to provide professional guidance to buyers and sellers, while being fair at all times while upholding our company’s core values such as integrity. For the large majority of consumers, purchasing a property will be the most important financial decision they will ever make, for this reason we take our profession extremely seriously and do all that we can to ensure that our clients receive the highest level of service.”
 
While all RE/MAX offices are independently owned and operated, Goslett says that each office that falls under the brand’s umbrella is expected to maintain a remarkably high standard of operation. As a result RE/MAX of Southern Africa has continued to buck national property sale trends and have produced sales figures far above the industry norms. What is the secret to RE/MAX agent’s success?  “Know your customers – they are not to be looked at as merely a target market. Listen to them and build relationships. Be honest, give nothing less than excellent service and cultivate a caring business environment,” says Goslett. 
 
Another region where RE/MAX has excelled is the Lowveld area, where RE/MAX was awarded as the Franchise of the year for 2013 by the Kruger Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism (KLCBT).
 
Goslett notes that while next year will have its challenges, there is little doubt that RE/MAX of Southern African will continue to strive to be the best real estate group offering the best service. “We would like to thank our clients for voting for us and helping us to become one of the leading real estate brands in the country,” he concludes.


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