Engel & Völkers Hoedspruit sells R42 million game lodge
The Kruger Park is one the largest game reserves in Africa and covers a total of 19,485 km². The park is home to the big 5 and has more larger-mammal species than any other game reserve in Africa. All this has contributed immensely to the national, as well as international, attraction of property buyers.
Game Lodges are in high demand due to the amount of international interest and because of their income producing potential to buyers. This is because of the thousands of holiday makers, both nationally and internationally, that visit the park throughout the year.
Engel & Vӧlkers pride themselves in the marketing and selling of upmarket properties. The feat of selling a R42 million game lodge in the Greater Kruger Park is a clear indication of how Engel & Völkers market their exclusive properties.
“A seller approached me to assist with the marketing of a game lodge, and I immediately remembered a client who approached me a few years ago who was looking for something similar and thus matched the two” said Ryan Forder, Team Leader of Engel & Völkers Hoedspruit who concluded the sale of the property This was merely one of many game lodges that are marketed by Engel &Völkers Hoedspruit, who believe more and more buyers are wanting to buy game lodges in the area.
“We are proud to see to see that our property specialists are practicing what they have been trained to do, and make use of our network in the high-end property market. I believe that this is a clear indication of how the property market is on the incline. It is not an everyday occurrence that buyers come into the market in the R40 million regions, especially considering the economic state internationally,” says Craig Hutchison CEO of Engel &Völkers Southern Africa.