The Chas Everitt International property group was recently invited to become a member of the Chicago-based Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®network and its luxury programme, Luxury Portfolio International®,
This affiliation will vastly expand the group’s global reach, says MD Berry Everitt, to the benefit of all its SA clients, but especially the owners of luxury properties in the country’s most sought-after locations.
“It will enable us to show off the exceptional SA lifestyle in a way that no other network could, via its exceptional and award-winning online marketing channels, and also via publications targeting the world’s most affluent decision-makers, such as the Wall Street Journal.”
The Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® (LeadingRE) network is comprised of more than 500 top local and regional real estate firms around the world, with a total of 3500 offices and 120000 sales associates in 50 countries.
Together, these companies sell more than 1-million properties a year, valued at more than US$300-billion.
And the members of the Luxury Portfolio programme are an elite group within this network of the world’s most respected experts in luxury real estate, who annually market more than 25 000 luxury homes worth some US$44-billion to a select audience of more than 3-million high net worth individuals via the award-winning website www.LuxuryPortfolio.com.
Welcoming the Chas Everitt International group at the recent LeadingRE international convention in the US, Luxury Portfolio president Paul Boomsma said: “We are delighted to have Chas Everitt as part of our distinguished network of premier brokerages. The group has an impeccable reputation in South Africa and we are committed to helping it achieve even greater success.
“As a member of LeadingRE and Luxury Portfolio, Chas Everitt will be able to deliver really powerful marketing on a global level, through our strategic advertising programme, award-winning website and premium marketing materials, and so provide even greater exposure for your clients’ properties.”