Homenet Zambia

  • Tel: +260 211 250 920 or +260 211 257 887
  • Fax: +260 211 257 887
  • Cell: +260 977 712 160
  • Email: janet@homenetzambia.com
  • Web: http://www.homenetzambia.com
  • Address:
    26670 Thabo Mbeki Road, Mass Media, Lusaka, Zambia
  • Postal Address:
    PB 130, Woodlands, Lusaka, Zambia

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Homenet Zambia offices

  • Kitwe
  • Livingstone
  • Lusaka, Thabo Mbeki Road
  • Lusaka, Manda Hill Mall

Estate agent services

  • Property sales
  • Property rentals
  • Property management
  • Property valuations

Property management services

  • Administration of rent collection
  • Periodic maintenance audits of the property
  • Periodic refuse collection management
  • Property maintenance issues
  • Enforcement of tenant obligations
  • General repair works as defects are detected

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Homenet Zambia deals in the buying and selling of properties in Zambia as well as property rentals in Zambia. This includes the sale and rent of residential and commercial property, tourism properties, property developments, vacant land, farms and property investments. Homenet Zambia deals in property on the Copperbelt (Kitwe, Ndola, Mufulira, Luanshya, Chingola), Lusaka, Kafue, and Livingstone. A locally registered company they have offices in prime locations in Lusaka, Kitwe and Livingstone in Zambia.

The Homenet brand ethos is about fulfilling people’s needs, dreams and aspirations related to property. It is associated with quality and professionalism. Homenet Zambia has a full complement of experienced staff who are service driven and under continuous training to meet the standard of excellence expected at Homenet. Training takes place through the Homenet training academy.

Services
Homenet Zambia services include the selling, renting, property management, valuations and general advice. Homenet has a well-established clientèle that includes diplomatic missions, non-governmental organizations, international companies, large pension funds, property owners and various individuals. They offer the most suitable system of enhancing the value of client’s real estate portfolios and perfecting returns on investment.

Property management
The company’s property management department currently supervises over seventy five properties. Homenet maintains these properties to the highest standard in order to achieve good rental returns. Property management is an integral part of the Homenet services together with a flexible approach to suit the needs of individual clients.

Property valuations
Homenet Zambia has a well established valuation team which has the capability to undertake property valuations for insurance, sale or purchase, mortgage or collateral, balance sheets, ratings, compensation, leasing and rent revision. Homenet Zambia covers the valuation and assessment of commercial, industrial, agricultural, residential and leisure properties. In addition, the firm undertakes the valuation of chattels, including furniture, equipment, machinery and vehicles.

Homenet’s fees for professional valuation services are negotiable with the client. It is normal practice for Homenet to agree on fees based on a scale set out in the Valuation Surveyors Act. As a guide, scale fees are as follows:

  • Land and buildings: 0.30% of the assessed market value
  • Furniture and fittings: 2.50% of the assessed market value
  • For insurance: 0.10% of the value or cost assessed

Awards
With over nineteen years of experience in the real estate industry, Homenet Zambia has established itself as a first choice for all property needs in Zambia. Their 2010 and 2011 Diamond Arrow award is for an outstanding contribution to the stimulation of economic growth and development in Zambia over a 12 month period.

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