Private Property redesign logo and relaunch website

Private Property South Africa
Tahir Desai

Private Property has updated our logo and re-launched our website this week.

The logo has been slightly tweaked to give it a more contemporary look. We’ve changed the old fashioned house in the logo to one that is more modern and gone with a striking new font.

Our website has been given a new look and feel to give our audience an even better user experience.

The improved navigation will make it easier for browsers to find properties for sale and rent and access insights on our news and advice sections.

We’ve also tweaked the filters on the property search pages so that browsers can narrow down the search for their ideal property in a simpler way.

The property description pages have been drastically redesigned so that properties are displayed in a cleaner more intuitive way.

Our new apps, which will be released soon, will incorporate the same look and feel so that users will have the same seamless experience regardless of how they interact with our website.

Visit our new home, have a look around and let us know what you think. We’d love to hear your feedback.

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