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2015-04-30 14:34
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HOME owners in Port Elizabeth who want to sell their house can now enter a reality show competition and stand a chance of receiving R50 000’s worth of home renovations to increase the value of their property.

And PE’s own Kobie Potgieter, owner of Re/Max Independent Properties, will make her television debut on kykNET’s Vat jou goed en trek! reality TV series – a show that will help families in Gauteng and the Eastern Cape to make their homes more attractive to potential buyers.

Potgieter, together with the team from Vat jou goed en trek!, will advise sellers on necessary changes to their property before they put it on show. The handymen from the show will then do the renovations up to the value of R50 000 to increase the value of the house. Thereafter the house will be better marketed in order to sell the house.

Potgieter boasts a list of achievements and was recently announced as “Africa’s most influential woman in business and government”.

) If you plan to sell your home and you want to appear on the reality series Vat jou goed en trek!; plus stand a chance of winning renovations to your home worth R50 000, you can contact Re/Max Independent Properties on 041 368 1100; or send an e-mail to remaxind@mweb.co.za.

Vat jou goed en trek! will be broadcast on kykNET from October 2 this year.

For more information, visit the Vat jou goed en trek! Facebook page on www.facebook.com/vatjougoedentrek

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