Retha van Zyl Real Estate launches new website for Woodland Hills Wildlife estate property sales.

Retha van Zyl has been in the property business for many years and since 1 March 2007 has established herself in the popular Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate as an area specialist of this Bloemfontein suburb.   Working with Retha it became evident that she is meticulous to detail and that she likes to set the benchmark for extraordinary  customer service. 

With setting such high standards when it comes to her clients and the personal services that she offers an up to date website and online footprint for her market was essential. 

Entegral assisted with the design and development of her brand new website and followed strict instructions on the look and feel and even the functionality of the website.  This website is updated and maintained by means of Entegrals Office Management System by Retha herself.  Be sure to find all her latest mandates in this exclusive wildlife estate, make an enquiry on any of her for sale listings or set a property alert according to your specifications to receive an email as soon as Retha lists a new property in your particular search criteria.

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Woodland Hills Wildlife estate is an exclusive security complex and seen as a suburb on the Northern outskirts of Bloemfontein, Free State.  This estate is especially popular amongst the discerning property buyer because of the exclusivity of the estate, very strict security measures and breathtaking views over Bloemfontein.  This estate also houses some four legged residents like Zebra, Springbok, Giraffe and Koedoe and offers hiking trails through out the estate for its residents.  The estate offers a variety of houses, units in a retirement village with close proximity to the community hospital and pharmacy, vacant land, town houses and clusters. 

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