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New agents for Chas Everitt Glenvista rental team

27 Aug 2015

Three experienced letting agents have joined the Chas Everitt International franchise in Glenvista.

Members of the Chas Everitt Glenvista team, Denise Visser, James Bean, Yolande Coetzee and Charlene Bauer.

This is according to franchise owner, Jacques Bronkhorst, who says their rental property management department already has more than 120 units on its books, and there is such a demand for this service, that they have decided to expand and bolster their department through the appointment of several more specialist agents and experienced rental property administrators.

Bronkhorst says the three agents who have joined the Chas Everitt Glenvista rental team are Charlene Bauer, James Bean and Yolande Coetzee, all of whom have extensive experience the Johannesburg southern suburbs and Alberton rental property markets, where the demand is currently so high that clean and well-priced properties in the most sought-after areas can be let, literally, within hours.

Coetzee says they have a waiting list of tenants, especially in areas such as Winchester Hills and Meyersdal, and especially for two bedroom apartments and townhouses in the R5 000 to R8 000 a month price range.

Bronkhorst says at the other end of the scale, the department is receiving an increasing number of enquiries for luxury properties to rent for between R25 000 and R35 000 a month, in areas such as Glenvista, Bassonia and the Meyersdal Eco Estate.

“People coming to South Africa on holiday or on work contracts no longer only talk about the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town or a few estates in the northern suburbs of Johannesburg, they are now quickly expanding their knowledge of SA property opportunities via online channels and leading publications.”

However, even in a hot, high-demand market, Bronkhorst says landlords need to be careful to rent to the ‘right’ tenants, that is, tenants with a good track record of paying on time and of keeping the properties they rent in good condition, and not just to whoever answers their advertisement first.
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