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Pam Golding is back

Shareholder of the new Pam Golding are Leon and Peggie Jooste, together with Sunelle and Paul Kruger.

Shareholder of the new Pam Golding are Leon and Peggie Jooste, together with Sunelle and Paul Kruger.

South African realtor Pam Golding Properties is back in the Namibian market, this time with an ex-deputy minister as shareholder. The real estate franchise recently opened an office in Windhoek under the guidance of shareholders Leon Jooste, Paul Kruger, Peggie Jooste and Sunelle Kruger.
Jooste said “The Namibian real estate market is evolving into a more mature, modern landscape which, combined with a growing economy and political stability, is drawing the attention of both regional and international real estate investors.”
He said with their experience and established track record, “we are strategically positioned to service the requirements of the real estate market.” Jooste said with the added advantage of experience, a reputable and well-recognised brand and innovative marketing, the Pam Golding Property group will offer a well-established, comprehensive regional and international network to market Namibian real estate products abroad.
The chief executive of the Pam Golding Property group,  Andrew Golding said the new franchise is a strategic move which further strengthens its presence through Africa. “Increasingly, we see evidence of growing cross-border trade with investors and purchasers seeking to acquire residential property in South Africa – while South Africa itself remains a gateway into the rest of Africa.”
He said the franchise owners of Pam Golding Properties Namibia are fourth generation Namibians with well established and diverse business and social networks which creates the ideal platform to establish business as a major role player in the Namibian property market.
Kruger said the property market is more sophisticated and discerning clients require innovative new solutions. “One of the new trends evident in Namibia is the development of lifestyle estates in the residential market and turn-key products for clients in the retail and commercial sectors, referring to the two new mixed-use facilities in Windhoek and Swakopmund that combine aspects of residential, commercial and industrial properties.”

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