Proudly Maintained in Fish Hoek

FishhoekProperty2The attraction of the area is that in Fish Hoek, people can buy a coastal property with mountain and sea views that is affordable, close to shops, good schools and warm water beaches.

This sunny and light spacious three bedroom property is positioned in the heart of the Valley. Located within the school belt and within easy walking distance to the Valyland shopping centre, CBD and Fish Hoek beach. Read more about this Fish Hoek property for sale.

Contact Hazel Tappan on 072 698 1313 or Sandra van der Merwe on 083 235 5351 for further queries.

Chas Everitt signs deal with Gumtree knows Gumtree.  Gumtree is primarily a Classified Portal founded in the UK, AUS, NZ and SA. In 2005 it was bought by the global giant eBay. They are SA’s #1 Classified Site, the 6th biggest Website in SA.  Their focus on a simple mobile interface and a easy to use App is paying dividends and their across the board popularity is increasing. Their App is the 11th most downloaded App in Android free Apps. Estate

Due to their size Gumtree is also now 2nd in SA on Property after Property24 and better than PrivateProperty. Gumtree attracted over 1 300 000 visits in June (P24 2 400 000 and PP 1 100 000).

Gumtree are about to launch a major drive into real estate sales the from August 2015. With the traffic and eyes they control, their funding via eBay and their already being a Top 10 site, they are a major player.

Our Marketing Solutions ensure maximum exposure to qualified buyers.  As from this week all Chas Everitt listings are now on Gumtree. 

New Agents Join the Chas Everitt False Bay Office

Hazel and Sandra
Hazel Tappen and Sandra van der Merwe

Chas Everitt False Bay would like to extend a warm welcome to their two new agents Hazel Tappen and Sandra van der Merwe to their Fish Hoek office. Both Hazel and Sandra are experienced realtors who bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Chas Everitt team.

Hazel and Sandra are experienced in selling residential property in the Fish Hoek area.

“We are thrilled to gain two new agents at our Fish Hoek office, and we are look forward to working with Hazel and Sandra,” said Scott Tait, sales manager of the Fish Hoek Office.

Contact the Fish Hoek property specialists, Hazel and Sandra on 021 784 1640 for any property queries for Fish Hoek.

Show Time in Fish Hoek

Family home with spectacular views:

IMG_9350Situated in a prime location this Fish Hoek house offers entertainment and comfortable accommodation for the larger family. Four bedrooms, three bathroom and grand views from the poolside deck. Easy access to the deep south and close to all amenities. Perfect lock up and go holiday home or a residential unit.

For more information about this Fish Hoek property for sale follow the link.

Contact Chas Everitt agent Scott Tait on 021 784 1630 / 076 156 2619 for further queries.

Showhouse is on Sunday 9 November, from 2pm – 5pm. 

Weather Warnings Issued for False Bay

weather warningResidents are urged to stay away from areas like the False Bay coastline including Fish Hoek beaches, Atlantic Seaboard and the Strand / Gordon’s Bay beachfront during this period. Property owners along the coast need to be prepared for possible storm surge impacts to their property.

This is the warning issued by the City of Cape Town’s Disaster Risk Management Centre.

Council’s executive director for Safety and Security Richard Bosman says very rough seas with waves in excess of six metres are predicted for coastal areas.

“As with previous episodes of severe weather conditions, the City of Cape Town has put in place measures to try and mitigate the impact, and our operational staff will be on standby to assist residents in need over the next few days,” he says.

“We urge the public to exercise caution, especially on the roads, as we tend to see an increase in motor vehicle accidents during bad weather periods. Allow extra time for travelling and maintain a safe following distance in wet weather where visibility is compromised.”

The South African Weather Service has warned of cold and wet conditions across the country in the next few days.

The first of two cold fronts made landfall early on Wednesday.

Snowfall has also been forecast in high-lying areas, with very cold conditions setting in.

The second cold front is expected to start developing late on Wednesday, with strong onshore winds and persistent, widespread showers which could result in localised flooding in places.

The South African Weather Service has indicated that the conditions should start clearing by Friday.

– People’s Post