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Property still a stand-out investment says Xoliswa Tini Properties

Sep 10, 2018
Property still a stand-out investment says Xoliswa Tini Properties

Recently-appointed branch manager for Xoliswa Tini Properties in Nelson Mandela Bay, Greg Morton, says “property will always be a safe investment, as long as you do your homework”.

Morton whose appointment was effective 1 August 2018, comes as the Xoliswa Tini Properties’ expands into other parts of the Eastern Cape and Gauteng.

Morton, who is born and raised in Nelson Mandela Bay (Port Elizabeth), says the Port Elizabeth house price inflation remains above the national average at 7.2% which is good for investors.

“Nelson Mandela Bay, and in particular, the western areas of the city like Westering, Sundridge Park and Framesby offer good value for money for families with excellent schools nearby. These areas have become more desirable following the opening of Baywest Shopping Centre,” he explains.

“We believe that market growth will become increasingly concentrated in hotspots like in the west of the city. These areas will continue to experience high demand for because they offer convenient access to the metros or economic hubs, value for money and secure which makes them highly desirable as a lifestyle location.”

Greg, who was a partner in real estate business, also has experience of the finance industry.

"I am totally energised and motivated to take this branch to a whole new level and stamp an indisputable footprint deep and wide."