Everyone knows Gumtree. Gumtree is primarily a Classified Portal founded in the UK, AUS, NZ and SA. In 2005 it was bought by the global giant eBay. They are SA’s #1 Classified Site, the 6th biggest Website in SA. Their focus on a simple mobile interface and a easy to use App is paying dividends and their across the board popularity is increasing. Their App is the 11th most downloaded App in Android free Apps.
Due to their size Gumtree is also now 2nd in SA on Property after Property24 and better than PrivateProperty. Gumtree attracted over 1 300 000 visits in June (P24 2 400 000 and PP 1 100 000).
Gumtree are about to launch a major drive into real estate sales the from August 2015. With the traffic and eyes they control, their funding via eBay and their already being a Top 10 site, they are a major player.
Our Marketing Solutions ensure maximum exposure to qualified buyers. As from this week all Chas Everitt listings are now on Gumtree.
Plumstead Methodist Church will be hosting their annual Spring Fete on Saturday 4th October from 08h30 to 13h00. There will be lots of bargains, activities for children and plenty of delicious food. Plumstead Methodist Church is situated on Plumstead Main Road next to Pirates Steakhouse.
A HIDDEN TREASURE:
Step into this charming home as you are welcomed by a Jetmaster Fire Place in the private lounge that leads to the formal lounge with separate dining area. Kitchen is every woman’s dream fitted with oak kitchen cupboards and granite counter tops. Viewing from 2pm – 5pm, Sunday 1 June 2014 Click on link for more information on this Plumstead Property for sale
Contact Chas Everitt agent Franlize Fourie on 021 712 5029 for further queries.
Electricity interruptions can be expected in Diep River on the 6th of April 2014 from 06:00 – 18:00. Interruption is required for maintenance. Diep River residents are advised to treat all installations as live for the full duration of the interruption as the electricity supply may be restored at any time without warning.
Please turn your geyser switch off when the electricity goes off and on again 1 hour after the electricity is restored to prevent any unwanted tripping.
On the 29 March 2014, from 08:30 – 09:30, the Earth Hour event is a worldwide movement organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). Community households and business are encouraged to switch off their non-essential lights for one hour as a symbol of their commitment to the planet.