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ERA Hout Bay In Cape Town Express True Property Philosophy...

Denham Jones 02 October 2006
[Pressportal.co.za] ERA Hout Bay Real Estate in Cape Town is nestled in the very heart of Hout Bay. The combination of beaches, mountain ranges and ocean views make it one of the most beautiful locations in South Africa.
 
Established in 1983, it is a family business and has it’s feet firmly placed in the property market with an excellent understanding of the many diverse factors involved when considering buying or selling a home in South Africa. They are proud to announce the recent launch of their newly developed website.

Founder and Managing Director Tony Loxton expressed a somewhat different philosophy regarding the marketing of property: “The fact is that we are not in the property business, we are in the information business, where property is the product.

Aside from technology itself, property is the fastest growing sector on the internet. For this very reason we are constantly adapting our systems in line with modern technology. It is my firm belief that given the relevant information surrounding a property transaction, the client will naturally support the Agent/Agency that supplies the background detail as to – which property - when to buy or sell - and how a property should be purchased or sold”.

Target Property Group (TPG) management consultants for Victoria Place in Hout Bay (The 1st Development to offer basement parking and lift to all levels amongst many other facilities), together with Bellandia have chosen ERA Hout Bay to handle the Sales for two further Developments in Hout Bay.

The Directors of TPG had this to say: “Information at your finger tips is the name of the game these days and ERA Hout Bay provides us with cutting edge technology and shares our philosophy of providing up to the minute accurate information to our clients".

Contact Details:
Name: Denham Jones
Tel: 021 790 1600
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