Commercial property auctions gain popularity

Commercial property auctions of In2assets are gaining constant popularity It has been a mere five years since In2assets was founded and the company has not been shy in showing its muscle in the Commercial Property market.

Commercial property auctions gain popularity

It has been a mere five years since In2assets was founded and the company has not been shy in showing its muscle in the Commercial Property market. Since its inception, some 60 months ago, In2assets has successfully negotiated with numerous Sellers and Buyers and are proud to have submitted auction offers of nearly R 4.2 Billion. In2assets markets itself as Property Marketing and Auction Specialists and has gained the respect and trust of the South African Property Industry.

“We attribute our success to visionary founders and pride ourselves in our professional approach to Marketing” this is the view of Rainer Stenzhorn, the Company’s Marketing & IT Manager. Stenzhorn pointed out that In2assets has gained major growth both here in KZN and nationally. “We are also very excited that our client base in Gauteng and the Eastern Cape and its surrounding areas have grown exponentially” said Stenzhorn as he made reference to some of the properties to be showcased at a Combined Property Auction on 28 February 2017. “Auctions have been the preferred method of disposal and acquisition for centuries and South African property players are increasingly showing a preference to this exciting fast paced platform of buying and selling”.

In2assets will be showcasing 8 properties at its next Commercial Property Auction on 28 February 2017 which will be held at the Durban Country Club. The variety of properties provide the opportunity for various buyer preferences; from end-users, Developers to small and large investors. Further information on the properties being marketed is available on the Company website www.in2assets.com

“Auctions are public events and we invite you to attend and experience this uniquely exhilarating atmosphere” said Stenzhorn.

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