Rustenburg is a city situated at the foot of the Magaliesberg mountain range in the North West Province. On the edge of the Bushveld and yet close enough to Pretoria and Johannesburg (a mere 90 minutes drive away), this jewel of the North West is reported to be the fastest growing city in South Africa.
Rustenburg is well known for its abundance of minerals and rich soil. The largest platinum mines in the world can be found here, earning the town its popular nickname, the Platinum City. Rustenburg is located about 40km from the world-renowned Sun City resort and the Big Five Pilanesberg Game Reserve. It was one of the official host cities of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, being in close proximity to Phokeng, capital of the Royal Bafokeng Nation, where the Royal Bafokeng Stadium is located
Huizemark Rustenburg opened its doors in March 2008 in what most will remember as the purported start of the world recession. Through hard work, determination and a warm-hearted approach to clients, coupled with outstanding service, the business quickly started thriving and has since become one of the leading real estate businesses in the Rustenburg area. Huizemark Rustenburg received several annual national awards since inception and won the "Huizemark Franchise of the Year" award in 2009, 2010 and 2011. In 2011, Ryno Cilliers, Principal of Huizemark Rustenburg, received the esteemed "Young Lion" Property Professional of the Year Award from the Property Association of South Africa in recognition of outstanding achievement in the real estate profession.
The vibrant orange team with its highly qualified Property Professionals strives to give sellers, buyers, lessors and lessees an effortless and enjoyable real estate experience.
Whatever your property needs are; you can count on Huizemark Rustenburg to give you a professional, yet personal property journey.
Call us for properties in Rustenburg, Groot Marico and surrounding areas.
Principal: Ryno Cilliers 079 338 4614
Office telephone: 014 533 3838
Address: 33 Safari Gardens Shopping Centre, Safari Gardens