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Africa — A challenging environment for Real Estate Investment

Property Investors are still concerned that a lack of strong legal structures and reliable rules are making the decision to invest in other African countries difficult as opposed to investing in Europe — SA Commercial Prop News has learned. ... Full story

Mauritius Property — Investors’ Paradise

There is more to Mauritius than its picturesque beaches and easy island living, which is helping the country to attract a lot of interest from Global and South African property investors.

Kenya gets R1.5bn Hotel in Africa’s tallest development

The dynamic landscape of Kenya's capital, Nairobi is in for a commercial transformation, with the investment by Hilton Worldwide (NYSE:HLT) in a new R1.5 billion hotel at Africa’s tallest development.

Mara Delta to inject R1.5bn towards Mozambican property market

Despite Africa’s slowdown, Mara Delta remains bullish under the African growth story, with the company announcing that it will invest a further R1.580bn (US$ 110 million) into Mozambique real estate market.

Africa Real Estate still offer value for hardworking Investors

Africa property industry still represents good value for investors wanting a relatively secure income stream despite challenges that faces the continent.

WATCH: Sustainable investment in Sub-Saharan Africa’s real estate market

In the past 5 years, Sub-Saharan Africa has made the world’s strongest advances in real estate development.

New Hotel projects popping up in Africa

Multiple new hotel developments are popping up throughout Africa — another sign of the continent's emergence as a prime destination for business and leisure travelers.

Patient property game in the North

North Africa is starting to become more attractive to African fund and company investors. Various groups are investing in Egypt, Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia - the region's best performing countries in terms of real estate.

Africa has experienced growing private equity transaction flows

While uncertainty and market volatility have clouded the investment outlook for Africa, investors who stick with their objectives instead of being influenced by short-term noise will benefit from the inevitable rise of Africa’s consumer.

Lagos vs. Johannesburg

While Johannesburg may be the richest city in Africa which is undergoing impressive development, Lagos with its young population and oil, — is the future hub for property investors, reports Ortneil Kutama, Africa Property News.com Media Director.

Fighting holds back the brilliance of Burundi

Central African property markets are being encouraged to work together to attract investment from the continent and beyond. However, severe violence and unrest in Burundi means its efforts to grow its economy and property market are being stifled.

Africa beckons the continent investors want a piece of

In the bun-fight for domination for property business in Africa, with South African companies in one corner, and International players in the other, the outcome looks like SA firms are leading the investment ladder.

Dual currency real estate funding, may solve headaches in sub-Saharan Africa

Dual currency funding structures can bring stability and robustness to real estate deals in sub-Saharan Africa, as developers and retailers seek solutions to the volatility currently faced in their domestic economies.

Delta Africa, Pivotal collaborate to develop Joburg city

Delta Africa Property Fund and Pivotal Fund, today announced the forming of a new strategic relationship that will create a property powerhouse on the African continent, to be named Mara Delta Property Holdings Limited (Mara Delta).

Ikeja City Mall in Nigeria sold to Hyprop and Attacq

Hyprop and Attacq have purchased Ikeja City Mall in Lagos for an undisclosed amount, from the previous owners, Actis, RMB Westport and Paragon Holdings.

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