A development that definitely aint fishy!

Private Property South Africa
Mark Coetzee

pic1Cape Town-based IGrow Wealth Investments says that the first release of homes at its newest development in Salmonsvlei Village, Paarl, sold out in record time.

The developer, which announced the launch of Salmonsvlei Village earlier last week, says that all 110 units that were released for the first phase were sold out within four days: And Private Property is proud to have been part of this success, having generated more than 20 leads off the development listing during the period.

IGrow Wealth Investments CEO Jacques Fouche says: “We have had an incredible response with regards to Salmonsvlei, which we launched on Wednesday 5 November. All the units were sold or reserved within four days. By the close of business on Monday 10 November, we were out of stock and still had an influx of enquiries and reservations for this development.”

Demand for second phase

Due to this demand, IGrow has been in negotiations with the developer to release the next phase, which was planned for July 2015. The pre-launch will now be made public in the first week of December, and the marketing will be done exclusively via IGrow and Private Property.

Our new development package is a prestige stand-alone product that has been developed to showcase new developments in the market. And those agents who have taken slots are seeing a pay-off!

See more examples of our hard-working development listings by going here.

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