Meet Chris Clark - a resident agent servicing Somerset West and surrounds.

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How long have you been a property practitioner? 
I have been in the property industry for the last 5 years.

What attracted you to a career in Real Estate? 
To run my own business and manage my own time.

What area / areas do you focus on? 
My main focus in on the Helderberg basin, predominantly Somerset West  

Do you focus on certain types of properties or do you do the whole range from student flat to lifestyle farm? 
I cover a wide range from sectional apartment living to industrial factories and commercial buildings.

What attracts people to your area of focus? 
The lifestyle that the Helderberg offers - great for all ages with top schools and top retirements care and hospital facilities and only 5 minutes from the beach and surrounded by winelands!

What are the best things to do on a “day off” in your area? 

What is the best advise you can give a buyer in today’s market? 
Choose an agent whom you trust to negotiate the best deal for you and shop around as there are plenty investments opportunities.

What is the best advise you can give a seller in today’s market? 
Trust your broker when going to market and be realistic when pricing, this will create excitement and keep your home competitive in a buyer’s market!

How does Meridian Realty’s business model benefit you and your clients?
The freedom to negotiate as I see fit for both parties, saving time and money for sellers and buyers dealing with their most important asset.

Give a short description of your personal and other business interest? 
My personal interests revolve around travelling and visiting new places.  I am relatively new to Cape Town, and have only been here for about two and a half years.  There is so much to do, see and taste in this beautiful province! 

Author: Antonie Goosen

Submitted 11 Sep 18 / Views 874

Somerset West, Western Cape

As the story goes……….The piece of land known today as Somerset West was bought from local people and it was turned into a cattle post by the Dutch soldiers in 1672 – it was developed around the Lourens River (originally... More Info