Annemarie Swanepoel: “The team sets out every day to exceed expectations and render the best possible service to our clientele.”
The firm has been practicing in Nelspruit since 2000 but is relatively new to White River, having established offices at Casterbridge Lifestyle Centre in 2015. Annemarie is delighted to work from their lovely premises and enjoys the view of Legogote on her drive to work.
A dynamic conveyancing and Notary firm, they have a wealth of experience in the field of property transfers, bond registrations, registration of developments and sectional title schemes and various notarial work.
Effervescent Annemarie heads up her team with energy and enthusiasm, sharing her vision of rendering a service to each and every client that exceeds the client’s expectations. To this end, the staff undergoes regular training both internally and externally, because the quality of service is determined not only by the enthusiasm of the team, but their actual knowledge of what they are dealing with.
They believe that the client deserves the extra mile as well as personal contact to explain the mass of confusing facts and figures which in most cases make no sense to the Purchaser and Seller of a property, or to a client having a bond registered. When nominated to attend to the transfer of a property, Annemarie Swanepoel Attorneys also offer an advisory service to Sellers and Purchasers about their prospective transactions and draft agreements of sale at no charge.
The firm received an award from ABSA as the Best Performing Attorneys on the ABSA Panel for Mpumalanga in 2016, against stiff competition from much larger firms in Nelspruit and proving that dynamite comes in small packages.
The office in Casterbridge has expanded the office space to accommodate the substantial growth in the branch since its opening.
Balancing their serious approach to work, the team makes time for fun and community assistance as well. This year they entered 3 teams in the Amazing Race, hosted by Child Welfare. The Angels, Devil’s Advocates and Jesters had much fun while participating in this event, which also serves as a fantastic team building exercise which enables the staff to let their hair down. It is important to participate in the community and assist where there is a need. The office and staff are involved with projects of the CANSA, House Bethlehem, Herfsakker Old Age Home and have pledged support to various other charities.