Expansion for Chas Everitt in Pretoria

The recently-established Chas Everitt International franchise in Pretoria East is now expanding its operation into Akasia to cover the metro's northern suburbs.

That's the news from co-owner Christo Steyn, who says market prospects are good in areas such as Karen Park, Orchards, Chantelle, Rosslyn, Soshanguve, Amandasig, Heatherdale and Hestea Park.

"Stock is plentiful and we already have a foot in the door here. We are currently marketing two developments in the northern suburbs and four of our agents are currently operating in the area, so we decided the time had come to open a local office."

The first of the developments being marketed is in Rosslyn close to the BMW and Nissan vehicle plants. Named N'kwe (meaning leopard), this affordable housing project offers 841 two, three and four-bedroom homes in a gated estate. About 600 have already been sold at prices between R400 000 and R750 000.

The other development now selling is Summer Place in Wintersnest. Aimed at middle-income earners, it features two-bedroom sectional title units complete with high quality finishes, at prices from R550 000.

Steyn's team will soon also be marketing two more residential developments in the northern suburbs that are due to be completed in 2010.

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CHAS EVERITT INTERNATIONAL

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