Latest Posts

New cannabis bill could see construction taking the high road

The proposed amendments to the Cannabis for Private Purposes bill that seeks to further decriminalise cannabis usage and legalise South…

Read More..

Luxury vs ultra-luxury – What’s the difference?

BESPOKE LIFESTYLE: There are a number of key factors that distinguish ultra-luxury homes form the rest, not least that they’re…

Read More..

Creating sustainable growth and reducing poverty through structural transformation

Urban development domains ACRC’s analytical framework uses the concept of urban development domains to transcend both sectoral and traditional systems-based…

Read More..

A root cause of flooding in Accra: developers clogging up the city’s wetlands

Christopher Gordon, University of Ghana Ghana has six designated Ramsar sites. These are wetlands designated under the criteria of the…

Read More..

Nigerian property crime could be reduced if neighbourhoods were better designed

Adewumi Badiora, Olabisi Onabanjo University Nigeria has a very high crime rate. The Global Peace Index ranked it the world’s…

Read More..

Inner cities are growth engines attracting young homebuyers

Inner city living is boosting the city residential property market and driving urban rejuvenation Inner cities. Love them or hate…

Read More..

Kenya’s push for affordable housing is creating opportunities despite barriers

Raphael M. Kieti, University of Nairobi; Robert W. Rukwaro, University of Nairobi, and Washington H.A. Olima, University of Nairobi In…

Read More..

Heron IVC: Walking the green talk

Waterfall is closing the loop on waste Waterfall prioritises sustainability and responsible environmental stewardship as a strategic imperative, keeping the…

Read More..

24th Aug 2022

Architect Africa Online

Africa's Leading Architecture Aggregator

Builders and Private Property SA join forces to inspire consumers to get it done!

Leaders in home improvement and DIY, Builders, is partnering with Private Property South Africa to inspire sellers, buyers, tenants and landlords to make better and more cost effective decisions when it comes to renovating their homes. Through the partnership, consumers will have access to inspiring visual content and home improvement solutions tailored to their property needs.

“At Builders, the essence of our business is renovation and home improvement and by extension, development. We know how to get things done effectively and on time. Therefore, we have taken a keen interest in working with Private Property on an apartment in order to show our customers that renovations do not have to be expensive, complicated and time consuming” explains Roshana Burnett Integrated Campaign Lead at Builders.

There are several reasons why home renovation is important. One of them is that it ensures your home continues being an asset to you rather than a liability. Here are three additional reasons why investing in home renovations is vital for homeowners, buyers and sellers, as well as landlords and tenants:

  • Home renovations improves the living experience
  • Personalises the style of the home and make it your own
  • When improving and maintaining your home, or fixing niggles, you protect your house from secondary damage which costs much more in the long term

The Builders Blog is one of the digital platforms where consumers can access this content. In addition, consumers will also be able to make use of other Builders Value Add Services such as the gift registry app should friends and family want to support projects, or their various credit offerings for those who want to pay for their home renovation project over time.

“Whether you’re a first-time buyer, homeowner or seasoned investor, the Ready to Renovate series will provide all the information, tools and inspiration you need to transform your home or rental property into a space that’s not only functional and comfortable, but also a worthwhile investment,” informs Tracey Lee Miller, Brand and Marketing Executive at Private Property SA.

“You will also get a first-hand look at common home renovations mistakes that first-timers make – so that you can avoid following in their footsteps – and see for yourself how even the smallest changes can make the biggest difference in improving your home’s appearance and value,” she adds.

There are future plans to offer more packaged product and service solutions for consumers in the future.

For more information click here 

The post Builders and Private Property SA join forces to inspire consumers get it done! appeared first on Everything Property.

Syndicated content from Everything Property


If you find this website useful please spread the word.

Follow by Email