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CBRE Group ties up with Excellerate after Break-up with Broll

Global commercial real estate services firm CBRE Group (NYSE:CBRE), entered into partnership with Excellerate Property Services within a week after it ended its four-year alliance with Broll Property Group.

Oversupply of Retail Space no good news to Pretoria East

Shopping Centre demand in Pretoria East is almost tipping over, but more malls are still coming online — raising the likelihood of an over-supply of retail stock in the region.

Broll gains ground in Mozambique

Broll Property Group is making headway in its African-focused strategy, with continental operations, after having acquired Finlay & Associates’ property management business in South Africa and Mozambique.

Property Management — A matter of Give and Take

Pareto Limited on Monday said it had taken property management in-house and consolidated trading activities under one specialised business unit, while Investec Property Fund Limited come out in support to outsource its management.

French retailer Carrefour gains ground in Africa

In an attempt to secure an early advantage over competitors, French giant retailer Carrefour has partnered with CFAO to exploit the vast retailing opportunities offered by Africa’s fast growing spending power.

Sub-Saharan Africa has 'Real Potential'

Sub-Saharan African economies are tipped as locations where property investors should look to for real growth in the next decade.

Sandton CBD leads the way on new speculative office developments

For the first time in several years, commercial property developers are bringing speculative office developments to market.

Broll is making significant inroads into Africa

Headquartered in South Africa, Broll is making significant inroads into Africa, opening three new offices on the African continent in 2013.

Durban North seen emerging as Industrial hotspot

Durban North is emerging as speculative industrial development hotspot, while land scarcity plagues industrial property prospects in Durban South.

Accra office property market shows encouraging signs of activity

Ghana’s real estate investment is drawing millions of dollars into the Ghanaian economy, thereby filling in the infrastructure deficit and providing better prospects for growth.

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