Chas Everitt plans strong growth in KZN market

Principals, top agents or real estate teams now have an opportunity to join the fast-growing Chas Everitt International property group by acquiring new franchises in and around Durban in KZN.
The company has succeeded in building a solid base in the province with five offices established in Ballito, Umhlanga, Berea, the Bluff and Hillcrest. “We have worked hard to lay the foundations in KZN and are now ready to develop a greater presence and gain greater market share in the province,” says company MD Berry Everitt.
The group is building on its phenomenal success in the past seven years, during which it increased its number of real estate offices from five to 100. It is, according to Everitt, currently rated among the top four Real Estate companies in South Africa and is one of the fastest growing operations in the industry.
Group CEO of Business Development, Operations and Training, Rod Williams, says the group is embarking on a policy of densification in order to focus on particular segments of the property market.
“We are planning to open more focused offices in various areas to improve our offering by catering to the specific needs of local property consumers and to foster a more intimate relationship with our clients. We aim to add another seven to nine offices in KZN in areas such as Durban’s Beachfront, Glenwood, Montclair, Queensburgh, Westville, Pinetown and Berea.”
Chas Everitt International offers principals and agents specialised training and advanced technological systems such as its unique client database system that allows principals to keep track of any agent activity or transaction from prospecting through listing to sale, transfer and beyond.
“We have made our mark as one of the real estate brands that are most readily recognised among consumers and have established an extensive referral network. We also give our clients access to the international market through our participation in international property expos and websites, and maintain a presence at the international exhibition centre at OR Tambo international airport.”
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