Tuesday, 05 June 2012 10:31

Brian Kirchmann

“I have been receiving the eProp newsletter for some time and have always found it not only interesting but to the point, very up to date and extremely informative.


I sincerely hope you keep up the good work in the interests of the entire Real Estate Industry in South Africa. Well done”


Brian Kirchmann,

Avian Management Services (Ex CEO SAPOA)

Published in Testimonials
Wednesday, 01 February 2006 02:00

Learners Hassle Free for 2006!!

We have the opportunity for another 50 learners to be placed in Commercial property companies, which means free staff for six months.

Wednesday, 07 September 2005 02:00

Property body changes guard

THE South African property industry has moved into one of its most interesting phases, and how it progresses will depend on the professionalism that is applied to all aspects of the industry, says Neil Gopal, new CEO of commercial property association Sapoa.

Wednesday, 25 May 2005 02:00

Sapoa chief looks for green pastures

The South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa) will be getting a new leader in a few months - outgoing Sapoa chief executive Brian Kirchmann is looking for new pastures in the property industry

Wednesday, 13 April 2005 02:00

Sapoa forum to see record numbers

The South African commercial property market boom is expected to give a major boost to attendance figures at commercial property association Sapoa’s 37th annual international convention at Sun City next month.

Wednesday, 22 September 2004 02:00

Government, Sapoa join forces to solve problems

Commercial property association Sapoa and various government departments have agreed to work together in finding solutions to problems facing the property industry.

Commercial property association Sapoa is keen to hold discussions with government about the state's plans to build low-income homes and flats near wealthy suburbs.

Wednesday, 25 August 2004 02:00

Syndicates get organised

Associations set up in Western Cape, Gauteng to keep syndication above board

Wednesday, 28 July 2004 02:00

Listed property a safer bet

WITH the buy-to-let property market softening in some areas of SA, the average investor with surplus capital is advised to consider investing in the less risky listed property sector.

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