RE/MAX Property Merchants is a franchise hosting a team of outstanding Property Professionals skilled in both the residential and commercial real estate industry. The franchise was established in order to provide a different set of skills to cope with the fast changing industry and to deal with the challenges posed by the current real estate market and economic environment.
REMAX Property Merchants Property Professionals have the privilege of ultra-modern equipment and facilities, and have immediate access to legal advice. The aim is to provide a one-stop service to our clients from our offices in Blesbok Street, Rietfontein A/H, Pretoria East. The office reflects the energy of the participants – modern, well equipped and top of the range technology!
The combination of Roma and Etienne Naudé as Brokers/Owners of the franchise provides a set of skills not to be found commonly in real estate – Etienne’s legal expertise exceeds 30 years and is well known for conveyancing, business rescue and commercial law. He is still practicing as an attorney, but with his office next to Re/Max Property Merchants’, his legal advice for agents, buyers and sellers is at hand. Roma on the other side is a well-known top Property Professional specializing in niche markets with numerous accolades to her name. Her expertise could only be beneficial to the other agents affiliated with the franchise.
An added service and rarely found in the industry is the in-house bond-originating facility. Buyers have the privilege to immediately have access to this service cost free.
Under the guidance of Roma and Etienne, RE/MAX Property Merchants excelled over the past 5 years by receiving the following awards:
No.4 Single Office based on Registered Commissions in the Gauteng Region for 2013
No.6 Top 10 Single Offices based on Registered Commission for 2013
No.3 Top 10 Single Metro Offices based on Registered Commission for 2012
No.2 Top 10 Single Offices based on Registered Commission for 2011
No.1 Top 3 Single Offices based on Registered Commission in the Central Region for 2010