Century21 Wildlife website design improved.

Century21 Wildlife, a real estate agency situated in Hoedspruit, is certainly one of the estate agencies out there doing the most research and investing so much time in the development and growth of their own company website.

Aside from the enormous passion that they have for wildlife and the conservation thereof, they share large amounts of information with regards to the Hoedspruit area, the wildlife in and around the area and the types of real estate that this town has to offer to those interested in investing in game farms or lodges or just owning a house in one of the wildlife estates. 

This website is highly informative if you are not familiar with Hoedspruit and it also caters not only for South African buyers but also for overseas investors. 

This (above) is what their website previously looked like and after a few drawing board sessions, this is what the new website looks like now (below): 

To view this new website and find all kind of bushveld properties for sale in Hoedspruit, visit www.century21wildlife.co.za  Century21 Wildlife's website will enable you to subscribe to their property alerts so that you will get notified each time a new listing has been added on the site by them.  You can also subscribe to their newsletter and receive news on new listings and local news every second week.  They are also willing to send you information about areas, suburbs or estates if you have interest in any of them in particular, contact the Century21 Wildlife office and leave your details and info required, they'll get right back to you with all relevant information.

This website layout can be altered and used by other Century21 offices should you own such an office and be interested in having your own property website.  This website as well as their mobile website is powered by Entegral's OMS system.

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