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2016-09-20 06:00
Contact Seeff Hillcrest for all property needs. Photo: supplied

Contact Seeff Hillcrest for all property needs. Photo: supplied

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SEEFF Hillcrest is run by mother and son team Gregg and Michele­ Wilson who pride themselves on working in a structured environment where clarity prevails.

The mixture of experience and young, savvy and fresh ideas between them provides longevity for the branch and a good foundation of support to each other in the business.

The team comprises 20 agents, each of whom works in the modern and upmarket branch. The duo also run a successful rental department and recently their newest adventure has been to open a commercial division.

“We give the client the feeling of a ‘one-stop-shop’ and it is evident to them that they are comfortable in making Seeff their agency of choice. We stand out from the crowd of other brands in the area by being community driven and are often seen supporting the local schools and other community events,” said Michele­.

The branch seeks to continuously empower their clients to prosper through property, ensuring a smooth transaction. It is this professional ethos that has allowed the branch to win the coveted awards of Marketers of the Year, Best Office Interior, and most proudly The Top Sales Agent of the Year on numerous occasions.

The current property climate in Hillcrest, Kloof and surrounds has shown Seeff growing into a very successful brand in KZN.
Although the market is moving ahead positively, the majority of the residential property forecast see a weakening residential demand through 2015 and 2016 in line with a stagnant growth economy and mildly increasing interest rates.
That said, there are still many reasons to settle in the Upper Highway area, and even more to make sure you do it through Seeff Hillcrest.

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