Why RealNet Properties?

RealNet is an accredited Proudly South African company with local shareholders and a strong local heritage. As a group our single focus is on the South African landscape, however we market real estate for and to all South Africans across the whole income spectrum, from low-cost housing through to the luxury market.

RealNet has a national footprint of more than 60 franchise territories employing more than 350 estate agents who deal with residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural sales, sales in property developments, property letting and property management.

At RealNet we understand that our business is about fulfilling people’s needs, dreams and aspirations. Our objective is to provide the real customer experience in each and every real estate transaction, regardless of the circumstances.

RealNet franchisees and agents receive the best training and business support to ensure that they can deliver the best service and the most rewarding customer experience.

RealNet, we will make it happen

RealNet, we will make it happen

Gerhard Kotzé
Gerhard Kotzé Managing Director
We believe that the essence of our business is people, wherefore our focus remains on our clients. RealNet is about real people leading the way in an environment where excellence, commitment, enthusiasm and energy are fundamental business principles.

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