Have your real estate company set up online within 3 days!

We blog about them so much but they really are probably the most cost effective and all-inclusive real estate websites out there.

Our templates are used by many many real estate agents in South Africa and the orders for them are non stop - proving to be effective and giving results.

If you are an estate agent and struggle to decide which route to go we'll make it easy for you.  Sign up to use our Office Management System, send us your logo, a piece of text to welcome your visitors to your site and choose an image from our stock library that matches what you do.

Three days is all we need to set up your website and you can start to sell real estate without having the troubles of going back and forth with your web designer and developer.  We specialize in real estate, we understand how it works and know that having this footprint online is critical to your business.

A long time client of ours re branded his company and we set up a new site for him in no time.  The old Eltec Properties is now Knightsbridge Properties, selling and leasing residential and commercial real estate in Sandton, Bedfordview, Johannesburg, Germiston and many more other towns in Gauteng.

Do yourself a favour, especially if you are in the market to buy real estate in Gauteng, visit www.knightsbridgeprop.com, they really do have spectacular real estate for sale.

This house is for sale by Knightsbridge Agent, Sally Fachin in Bedfordview.

A little palace as the agent describes it.  You have to view the entertainment that this house has to offer.  Also located in Bedfordview. 

This property gives new meaning to the word cluster.  It surely provides ample space to make you feel like you own one of a kind.

Visit www.entegral.net to find out how you can be the owner of a real estate template developed by Entegral Technologies

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