Word of mouth grows God­lyn

Go! & Express - - Berea Boom -

GOD­LYN Rentals opened on De­cem­ber 1 1996 with the sole pur­pose of man­ag­ing prop­er­ties in the East Lon­don area.

From start­ing with only one rental col­lec- tion, the staff grew to two and since then the firm has grown in size mainly through word of mouth, par­tic­u­larly from the land­lords.

The staff com­ple­ment now stands at 10 and that is in­clud­ing the em­ploy­ees who do the main­te­nance and gar­den ser­vice of the body cor­po­rate and res­i­den­tial prop­er­ties that God­lyn han­dles.

The let­ting of prop­er­ties is han­dled by Deb­bie Wood and Cheryl Jor­daan, ad­min­is­tra­tion of body cor­po­rates by Mary-An Palmer, main­te­nance and re­pairs by Pat Mas­fen, fi­nance by Kate God­frey and front of of­fice by Queen Mak­izela-Madikane.

The com­pany was founded by Ce­cil God­frey, who is the prin­ci­pal. THE JunkTion Buy and Sell started op­er­at­ing in Oc­to­ber 2013.

Oc­cu­py­ing a small premises in Berea, owner An­thony Ioan­nides, no­ticed that due to a flag­ging econ­omy, peo­ple did not have the funds to pur­chase new prod­ucts, al­though de­mand was high in the elec­tronic goods sec­tor.

“I de­cided to place my fo­cus on buy­ing and sell­ing good qual­ity used elec­tron­ics in or­der to be able to ser­vice those who don’t have un­lim­ited funds and still re­quire cer­tain goods to en­hance their qual­ity of life. We base our busi­ness around cheap re­pairs and sales for our clients,” Ioan­nides said.

The JunkTion also buys old gold and sil­ver jewellery, Kruger­rand coins, old notes and col­lectibles.

“We pay the high­est prices for un­wanted gold and sil­ver jewellery, bro­ken or not.”

They also of­fer free val­u­a­tions on goods.

For more in­for­ma­tion call Ioan­nides on 082-774-8908.

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