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Mafadi Property Management
Mafadi Property Management was formed to re-invent the property management sector, by focusing on a comprehensive list of in house utilities and outstanding letting services to property owners. Mafadi manages corporate offices, retail, body corporates and investments with a focus on residential property.
Driven by strong demand for an alternative property management solution with a hands on approach and strong communication skills, Mafadi has established itself as a new breed of the property stable. By understanding tenant’s needs and partnering with property owners and developers, Mafadi not only maximizes income but adds value to our cities by managing sustainable living and working spaces.
Mafadi has created a home for itself in the Maboneng precinct of Johannesburg CBD, while servicing the management needs of many nationwide.
Mafadi Property Management is registered with the following organizations:
SAPOA (South African Property Owners Association) Member number: SAP-MAF001
NAMA (National Association of Managing Agents) Member number: 4230
EAAB (Estate Agency Affairs Board) Licence number: F138737
Fidelity Fund Certificate number no: 2013104373
You can trust that Mafadi will act on any concerns or problems that might occur within your building, in a fast, timely and accurate manner.
The team at Mafadi works as one to solve your property problems in the most innovative and cost effective manner.
Mafadi’s innovative use of technology and their relationship with council will ensure that you are never behind with your bills.
You will always be in the loop with a clear and open line of communication to the well being of your property.
We offer a full letting service to landlords and sectional title owners. Our unique and focused approach ensures that we are targeting the right tenants for your property. Mafadi has a dedicated team of letting agents who are driven to achieve letting targets each month.
Mafadi has a clear understanding of the student accommodation needs in South Africa and works closely with the major tertiary institutions in order to channel through the massive amount of students requiring accommodation to approved service providers.
Apart from letting out the accommodation, Mafadi seeks to enhance the Students’ stay within the building by working closely with the landlord to ensure various services for the students are in place.
With this knowledge Mafadi seeks to manage and let student accommodation that is accredited, sustainable and that will ensure the students come back year after year.
The Jhb CBD and surrounds has seen significant rejuvenation and advancement in the last 10 years and has become a favourable investment choice for people looking for growth and stability. Mafadi has aligned itself with the investor community and through communication and effective marketing we are able to successfully advertise and sell your inner city investment.
Mafadi understands the needs of landlords and through technology and experience we are able to offer you a complete property management solution. Our core values are centred on recycled buildings thoughout South Africa. With this in mind we not only perform the traditional property management functions, but aspire to improve the areas directly around your property. We work closely with central improvement districts and similar organizations which are working towards the same goals.
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