Balwin Properties: Apartments that leave investors feeling flat
Balwin shareholders have been bawling rather than ballin’ as the share dropped about 75% in the past five years
Should Balwin be more ballin’ for investors? That’s not a typo. Ballin’ is a word, albeit one absent from the traditional dictionary. Among the younger crowd, it means you’re doing rather well financially. It’s appropriate in the context of Balwin, which targets younger buyers and first-time homeowners with primarily one-and two-bedroom apartments in attractive estates.
The brand is strong. People seek out a Balwin lifestyle, enjoying amenities such as an estate clubhouse and restaurant as well as fibre. It lets you feel like a millionaire, even if you only paid R1m for an apartment. Ballin’ indeed.