Going property? Go Premier!
Buying or selling a home is a big life decision, and you want to know you are in the very best hands. Premier Real Estate in Ballito is a professional, friendly team with many years of experience – just what you need to ensure it all goes off as smoothly as possible.
The private group started as Prime Property in 2007, and recreated the brand to Premier Real Estate as the company grew.
Premier is accredited in all major North Coast estates, and is well versed in the estate agency industry. Each of the eight full-time agents has over four years’ experience at Premier alone, thus being well educated as to the local market. Agents are also NQ4 qualified and certified as per the Estate Agency Affairs Board requirements.
The team work closely together in a friendly yet professional environment to offer the best property services around.
With nearly 400 properties on the books at any time, and with properties from Hluhluwe to Durban, there is plenty of choice to be had.
They pride themselves in keeping the stock on their website up to date and fresh. They are ahead of the pack in terms of having a mobi site for even more convenient home browsing. They also like to keep the community informed about property trends via their monthly newsletter.
Company owner Thomas Hodges said it has been a wonderful journey in the Ballito community over the years, and he looks forward to many more.
“We have met a lot of people and helped so many of them to find their dream homes. We are not a corporate group and enjoy engaging with our community at a grass-roots level. We always offer the personal touch,” said Hodges.
Hodges said he has seen the market go from quieter and holiday-orientated as it was some years ago to the exciting, fast-growing residential hub it has become today.
So it’s settled then – If you want to go property in Ballito, go Premier!
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