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RIVONIA, SOUTH AFRICA, February 05, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Have you booked your exclusive Cape Town property for the imminent World Cup Soccer event? If not, you still have time to secure a stunning venue. It seems that the accommodation frenzy continues to keep establishment managers busy across South Africa due to the escalated demand for accommodation during the event. There are a multitude of foreign visitors who require property to rent or otherwise, while still making the most of the World Cup celebrations in our capital host cities. Clever property leaders have realised the desperate need for comfortable venues, and as such Fine & Country have prepared a consummate system for prospective 2010 attendees which allows consumers to rent a South African property for the duration of the World Cup festivities online.
This unique system, which is already in use abroad, will be mutually beneficial to overseas travellers and local property owners. Linda Erasmus, CEO of Fine & Country, South Africa, says "Our World Cup rental scheme presents a win-win situation for all in that soccer fans will arrive to assured accommodation while SA property owners can opt out of the busy World Cup invasion if they so chose, safe in the knowledge that their homes won't lie empty and that, in fact they can derive income from the arrangement with Fine & Country."
Fine & Country have the international footprint and global ranking to manage a property offering of this magnitude because the group operates in seven other countries, has over 50 offices in South Africa and 328 in the United Kingdom. They were also recently presented with the sought after accolade of "Best International Estate Agency Marketing" at the CNBC at the International Property Awards in San Diego, so it is clear that they hold top market position. This online rental booking scheme brings Fine & Country into a singular position which allows them to give clients from abroad access to property in South Africa. Potential tourists can preview, book and pay for a property online, all within a few minutes.
There is a distinct set of critical points which property renters or overseas visitors will need to consider before they make a booking for a World Cup property. Adds Erasmus: "A number of factors come into play in terms of 2010 rental properties. Overseas clients will take into consideration factors such as the rental price, distance to match venues and the property's amenities and general location."
With the opportunity to stay in a South African home for an entire month, your privacy and security come ensured. This is certainly the most practical solution to make sure that all of your accommodation requirements are met in one simple step. You and your group of friends or family could book an entire home with pool access, off street parking and a lush garden to serve as your base of exploration as you travel and view world class soccer in beautiful South Africa.
International tourists can preview the range of rental properties in South Africa at booksaonline.com, a website that is being marketed internationally. Rental stock will be bookable on the site by mid-February. Interested parties can contact Richard Manser at email@example.com for further details.
If you have plans to attend the FIFA Soccer World Cup in June, do look at booksaonline.com or fineandcoutnry.co.za for details. Fine & Country have a property package for international soccer fans especially tailored for you. The accommodation on offer is of premium distinction; book your Cape Town or South African property today.
Fine & Country incorporates high standards of excellence in the field of estate agency practice, market research and committed customer service. Fine and Country real estate professionals strive to offer clients the best possible advice when selling or purchasing a property.
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