CENTURY 21 SOUTH AFRICA COMES TO THE WEST COAST

Trading as CENTURY 21 West Coast, the franchise opened on 1 August this year and operates in the areas from Silwerstroomstrand to Strandfontein.  Previously trading under a leading local property company, Emil Weiss and Julian Day are well known faces to residents of the West Coast, and are now the franchise operators for CENTURY 21 West Coast.

 

CENTURY 21 West Coast enjoys the benefits of affiliation to the South African chapter of the largest real estate brand in the world, with over 8 400 offices in 46 countries around the globe.  These benefits include national and international exposure, teamwork and access to more than three decades of knowledge and marketing support.  “The CENTURY 21 System offers a globally competitive service to its franchises, ensuring that its branches keep up to date with current marketing methods and benefit from a highly advanced support system.  These benefits translate into real value for buyers and sellers, who experience world-class service and marketing systems.”

 

With seven agents in the Langebaan office, two in the Vredenberg office and one resident agent in Yzerfontein, the entire West Coast will shortly be experiencing the benefits of belonging to the global village, through CENTURY 21 South Africa.

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