Listed Property / REITs

Hyprop eyes more Europe wins than sub-Saharan Africa

Clearwater Mall owner, Hyprop Investments (JSE: HYP) has raised R403 million (€25 million) worth of capital planned for its South and Eastern Europe (SEE) retail assets expansion — and seeks to reduce sub-Saharan Africa exposure.

Investing in township shopping malls gives Fairvest the edge

The latest results from Fairvest Property Holdings (JSE: FVT) confirm that shopping malls aimed at the lower Living Standards Measure (LSM) are delivering better returns than their suburban counterparts.

Liberty Two Degrees attains REIT status, bulks up asset base

Liberty Two Degrees (JSE:L2D), the owners of flagship Sandton City, Eastgate Shopping Centre and Melrose Arch, says it had converted to a Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit), and significantly "bulked up" its asset base.

SA Commercial Property Market takes a beating

Listed property’s appeal as an asset class took a hit in 2018 with the sector losing more than 25% showing its worst annual performance.

Grit Real Estate thriving despite the odds

JSE's pan-African property fund and LSE-listed Grit Real Estate is keeping its head above water at a time when volatility is a byword for Africa’s property industry.

Emira’s distribution rises as diversification pays off

In spite of adverse local property fundamentals, Emira Property Fund, the only JSE-listed real estate company invested in the US, has turned in what it terms a 'robust' six months to December 2018.

After ugly year, EPP is the top performing listed property stock in 2018

While most property stocks suffered, EPP’s continued turnaround, under the leadership of CEO Hadley Dean, delivered the best performance among listed property companies on the JSE in 2018.

Sorry Menlyn Park, Fourways Mall set to become Africa's largest centre

While Pretoria's Menlyn Park Shopping Centre is the largest mall in Africa, the title for the latter will only be temporary, as Joburg's Fourways Mall has plans to steal it within the next three months.

SA Investors put R3.38bn into UK Property despite Brexit

ACTIVITY in the UK property sector has seen South African Investors conclude 29 deals with a combined value of R3.38 billion (£190m) in the past few years.

Strong corporate governance key to SA REITs success in 2019

Having been battered with a few allegations of financial manipulation and delays in reporting results, South African Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) can enhance investor confidence with robust corporate governance system.

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