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Huizemark: A story 55 years in the making

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ESTABLISHED in 1962 by Pieter Hamman, Huizemark or De Huizemark as it was originally known, has cultivated an enviable ability to steer itself clear through the various property industry storms that so often cha-racterize this profession.

Huizemark has had its fair share of success and endured tough conditions over its 55 years yet have continued to adjust and evolve and have come out the stronger for it.

Known for its distinctive orange colour, De Huizemark changed its name to Huizemark in July 2005 while adopting a dynamic corporate identity and innovative approach to real estate.

Their ‘new’ brilliant orange colour is immediately visible and makes them stand out from the crowd! Their identity, design and qualified Property Professionals, together with their service-orientated approach, spells success for their buyers, sellers, agents and franchisees.

Their brand platform represents the Huizemark Way and encompasses their franchisee interaction with home office, their franchise network and more importantly, their custo-mers’ property buying and selling experience.

Serving the community

Huizemark Jeffreys Bay does not only exceed in their property sales and professinal service, this team also enjoys dedicating their time to serve the community.

They regularly assist and host waterpoints with well-known local annual events: Woodlands Dairy Fun Run, VCS MTB & Fun Run and the Tiletoria TransElands MTB event.

You would also have seen this vibrant Orange Team taking part in the Bowls Business League and their Office Easter Egg Hunt for children.

They are also proud sponsors of the Jeffreys Bay Primary School Rugby team.

On the field or out in the field, be sure of the best service from this great team – Huizemark Jeffreys Bay.

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