Private Property’s first-ever apartment is now on the market

Private Property’s first-ever apartment is now on the market

Private Property South Africa
Private Property Reporter

After an exciting home renovation project, Private Property’s first-ever apartment is back on the market – all spruced up and ready for its new owners.

Earlier this year, South Africa’s leading property website, Private Property made history by purchasing its first-ever property as a business.

The two-bedroom apartment, located in a secure complex in Blackheath, Johannesburg then was then given a complete makeover over two months as part of Private Property’s exciting home renovation series with Builders South Africa.

The series, Ready to Renovate, took viewers on the revamp journey, sharing expert advice on property renovation, interior design and décor, maintenance, and more. It also served as a source of inspiration, showcasing stunning before-and-after makeovers and simple DIY ideas to help homeowners transform any room in their house.

For sale

With the makeover complete, the stylish apartment is now on the market from R990 000, providing savvy investors with a one-of-a-kind opportunity to purchase the unit – whether to live in themselves or to let.

The unit is located in Heathcrest Complex and is perfect for small families and young professionals.

Key property features:

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom (separate shower and tub)
  • Fully-fitted kitchen
  • Open-plan lounge and dining area
  • Private garden and patio
  • Lockup garage and parking
  • Ground floor unit (75m2)
  • Communal swimming pool

Every centimetre of the apartment – including walls, floors, lights, switches, and plug points - has been redesigned for increased comfort, appeal and value.

Brand new items included in the sale:

All fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale of the property, including a brand-new Samsung fridge/ freezer, Defy oven and hob, washing machine and dryer, gas braai, double bed, artwork and various other small appliances and accessories valued at over R50 000.

Interested in investing?

There are 3 agents mandated to sell the property – and they’re going head to head in Private Property’s first ever Agent Challenge to see who can scoop the best buyer for this exceptional property.

These agents were selected from the Blackheath area after expressing an interest in the competition, via Private Property’s Industry Newsletter.

Their challenge is:

  • To advertise and show the property to prospective buyers
  • To submit an Offer to Purchase (OTP) on or before 20 September 2021.
  • To successfully conclude the sale transaction.

All offers will be reviewed on 20 September. The minimum asking price is R990 000, however only the best offer will be accepted.

“The Agent Challenge winner will be the agent whose Offer to Purchase is accepted and is conditional upon the successful conclusion of the sale. The reward includes commission, Private Property premium products, and media exposure to Private Property’s massive audience,” says Tracey Lee Miller, Brand and Marketing Executive at Private Property.

“Because of the current record-low interest rate, there is no better time to buy property. Banks are eager to lend, affording prospective investors and first-time buyers a unique window of opportunity to get a foot on the property ladder. This is an excellent investment option – not to be missed,” concludes Miller.

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