For over 35 years Summercon has brought you well-built, high quality apartments. With more than 100 developments (that’s over 11 000 apartments) in Gauteng.
We are delighted to welcome Summercon as a new CN&CO partner.
Behind their solid foundation, lies an exceptional attention to detail in their build quality, as well as exceptional maintenance of the buildings and gardens, ensures that their properties in kept in excellent condition.
Whether you are buying an apartment to live in or as an investment, all of the Summercon development’s financing is provided in-house. This means zero delays to their set occupation dates, allowing you to plan your move and finances accordingly.
We spent some time chatting to Andrea Santoriello (Sales and Marketing Manager at Summercon) who shares some tips when considering or buying a new home. He also reveals how Summercon is helping people to earn extra money through their refer a buyer campaign.
Don’t make these mistakes when buying a new home
Consider all costs involved. Summercon does not hide any fees. Everything is covered. No transfer fees, no bond costs, no connection/utility fees.
Ensure that the levy structure is accurate and realistic and insist on a copy of the budget. You don’t want to be caught in a years’ time with a 20 to 30% levy increase. Correct levies allow you to budget well into the future. Summercon estates generally carry a 3 to 6% levy increase annually due to the accurate budget set before a development is complete.
Make sure the location is right for you. Consider the build quality and all extra features that come with the property (like appliances, after sales service and long term growth).
Refer a buyer and earn R10 000
They will provide you with a referral letter. If that referral results in a transfer of a Summercon property to the potential buyer, then upon transfer of the property, you will be paid R10 000 into your bank account.
In addition, they will give the buyer a R20 000 discount on their Summercon purchase.
In the past few months, Summercon has paid over R280 000 to people who have referred successful buyers.