CLUSTER housing developments have become fashionable. New property firm Deity Investments (Pvt) Ltd trading as Allied Realty has been mandated to market and
sell duplex garden flats in Chegutu.
The principal registered estate agent and managing director of Allied Realty Zeph Wabatagore said the project had received encouraging market support following the company’s advertisements and publicity campaign.
“We decided to market and sell the project off-plan because of the ever-increasing building materials costs,” he said. “Our intention is to develop one of the best cluster homes in Chegutu which offer a very strategic investment destination in the country. With the land reform programme taking shape and Chegutu being one of the most central towns in Zimbabwe and offering unlimited farming and mining opportunities, we believe that Chegutu Canal Walks has come onto the market at the right time.”
He said the group was seriously considering approaching various local authorities with a view to entering into housing development partnerships.
Wabatagore said apart from being involved in real estate the group was also into movable property sales such as general auction of house-hold goods, office furniture and equipment – industrial, farming and mining equipment.
“While we realise that the national economy is not doing well, we feel that it is up to all Zimbabweans to work hard and uplift ourselves,” Wabatagore said. “We view the current economic situation as a challenge to all of us Zimbabweans hence we have decided to expand our business units thereby creating employment and make our contribution.”
He said for those who participated in the company’s Chegutu Country Village programme, the company felt humbled because of the good support it received.
“We are humbled by the returns some investors have harvested in the project and are still doing so,” he said.