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Great Zimbabwe Realtors showcases at Masvingo show

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Great Zimbabwe Realtors showcases at Masvingo show

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ELLEN MLAMBO
MIRROR REPORTER

MASVINGO – Chamavhara Properties (PVT) LTD trading as Great Zimbabwe Realtors (GZR) is urging the public to deal with registered estate agents when dealing with property.
The company’s Sales Manager Ivy Takawira told The Mirror at the just-ended Masvingo Agriculture Show that many people are falling victim to unregistered agents.
The show ran from Thursday to Sunday last week under the theme; Transformation, the Key Engine for Economic Growth.
“Our business portfolio is built around the three principal product line, property management, property sales and property valuations.
“We are committed to providing premium real estate solutions through the application of sound and competent real estate practices benchmarked on international standards,” said Takawira.
She added that GZR carries out land, buildings, plant, and equipment valuations.
“We strive to expose our properties to a broader target audience by utilizing resources at our disposal and by using different marketing approaches applicable to the types of property being sold.
“We also offer specialised and customised property management solutions that suit each type of property and situation,” she added.
GZR is headquartered in Masvingo and has interests and properties in the southern region of the country. The company recently opened a branch in Harare.
The company is registered with the Valuer’s Council of Zimbabwe, The Real Estate Institute of Zimbabwe (REIZ) and the Estate Agents Council of Zimbabwe (EAC).
“We take pride in participating in various Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. We actively take part in the Mayor’s Cheer Fund, Christmas Wednesday and Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) Good will golf tournaments.
“GZR is also part of the Masvingo business community that donated towards the purchase of a vehicle for Police’s Criminal Investigation Department (CID) in efforts to help equip them in the fight against crime,” she said.

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