Listed Property / REITs

Major SA hotel group to pull out of Nigerian market

JSE-listed Sun International, on Monday said it plans to exit its investment in Nigeria amid shareholder dispute.

Hyprop lifts its dividend by 8.8%

Hyprop Investments expects 5%-7% dividend growth for the 2019 financial year, but CEO Pieter Prinsloo said even though this may be disappointing, it was still well ahead of its peers.

Liberty Two Degrees leases space vacated by Stuttafords but faces pressure from Edcon

South African landlords have let most of the space vacated by the defunct department store, and Liberty and L2D are in talks with Edcon, which is ‘rationalizing’ its leases.

Resilient share price slides, faces damning allegations

The share price of Resilient, the listed property group slid on the JSE on Wednesday after the company announced a statement on Tuesday.

Gemgrow goes on an acquisition spree

Showing its intent to grow its asset based, Gemgrow Properties, confirmed that it plans to do deals with large real estate investment trusts (Reits) that are facing structural problems and need to let go of their smaller assets.

A tough year for Liberty Two Degrees

Real estate investment trust (Reit) Liberty Two Degrees (L2D) on Monday declared a full-year distribution per unit of 59.22c, which fell short of its forecast of 65c.

Hyprop shrugs off tough times

Hyprop Investments has been a market darling for some years, regularly delivering double-digit distribution growth from its impressive portfolio of malls that include The Mall of Rosebank, Clearwater Mall, Canal Walk, Somerset Mall, The Glen and Hyde Park Corner.

Arrowhead facing criticism over its remuneration policy

Arrowhead Properties, which has forecast that its dividend will shrink in the year to September, is facing criticism over its remuneration policy.

Fund bets on super mall to Accelerate confidence

Accelerate Property Fund is banking on the relaunch of the Fourways Mall in 2018 to boost confidence in the company and its shares.

Liberty Two Degrees' resilience rides out the storm

Liberty Two Degrees (L2D), which owns some of SA’s premium shopping centres, says its iconic asset portfolio and strategy to actively manage its precincts will enable it to remain resilient during the tough South African economic climate.

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