AMANZIMTOTI PROPERTIES TO BUY OR SELL . VIEW PROPERTIES LISTED - LET ME HELP YOU BUY YOUR DREAM HOME OR LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE I relocated to Amanzimtoti 14 years ago and... I am part of RE/MAX-tOTI. I started with Pam Golding Properties, within the first year I achieved Gold Club Status. Gold Club Status is an award which is presented annually to the top agents for service and excellence as well as the achievement of exceptional sales in property while exhibiting the highest level of professionalism. I achieved Gold Status for the next eight years always within the top ten agents in Natal, for two years I was 2nd in Natal. I took a career decision to move to Remax so that I could be associated with the most recognised brand in Amanzimtoti and joined the Teamremax7. I have now left the team and made the move to be an independant contractor with RE/MAX TOTI which has been an excellent move. I was brought up in Johannesburg attending private schools, secretarial college and worked for attorneys. I experienced various spheres of legal protocol and precedents all of which helped nurture my sound principles. I am tenacious, have drive and work longs hours to achieve the accolades for which I am well known. My life revolves around these principals and my expectations are governed by my love and compassion for children, the elderly and animals and a deep rooted sense of right and wrong is paramount in my decision making. I have found that property is my passion and when I match that with my expertise my clients all receive the best personal attention and service and this is the benchmark for which I am well known.
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