Word of mouth grows Godlyn
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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