Chas Everitt

A home-grown South African family company with a global reach, over 37 years of experience and geared to deliver a memorable client experience.


There is an art to what we do

The Chas Everitt Property Group is seen as one of South Africa’s premier estate agency groups, built on a 35 year old foundation of solid family values and a desire not to just serve our clients well, but to become their lifelong property counsellors by delivering truly memorable service.

Our team of dedicated property professionals are local specialists armed with the widest array of marketing Solutions© and trained to guide you through the maze of purchasing, selling or letting property from start to finish - and beyond.

Via our local network and our affiliation and membership in the Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, we are able to help our clients in relocating not just within South Africa, but across the globe.

Charles & Tilla Everitt
Charles & Tilla Everitt Chairman and Founders
Real estate is more than just property – it’s about people. We never stop caring about people and we never compromise our principles.
E. Fraser
E. Fraser Client
“.... My opinion of estate agents has changed forever, and rest assured that Chas Everitt has a CLIENT FOR LIFE”

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