Listed Property / REITs

Atlantic Leaf Properties switches primary listing to JSE

Atlantic Leaf Properties Limited (ALP), a Mauritian-based property company, says from today its company’s primary listing will move to the Main Board of the JSE.

Capital & Regional disposes Camberley Mall shopping centre

UK-based Capital & Regional says it has agreed to sell The Mall shopping centre in Camberley for £86m in cash.

Redefine Properties to capitalize on Student Accommodation

The popularity of the student housing market has grown steadily, attracting JSE-listed funds that have traditionally invested in office, retail, hotel and industrial properties.

The Pivotal Fund reports positive interim results

The Pivotal Fund Limited on Monday reported positive results for the six months to August, with a 17.35% increase in net asset value per share to R23.00, excluding deferred tax (“NAVPS”) year-on-year.

Octodec Investments declares 6.5% distributions growth

Listed REIT, Octodec Investments Limited (JSE:OCT) which has properties situated in Gauteng only, today posted a 6,5% increase in distribution to 201.5 cents per share for the year ended August 2016.

Possible Nepi and Rockcastle merger

A tie-up between New Europe Property investments (Nepi) and Rockcastle Global Real Estate, could produce Eastern European real estate powerhouse with R85.4bn market cap.

Hyprop buys Skopje City Mall stake in a joint venture

Hyprop Investments (JSE:HYP) announced yesterday that it had acquired a 60% interest in Skopje City Mall Macedonia, purchased from Balfin Finance BV, Amsterdam in deal worth R1,3 billion (€92 million EUR ).

Equites Property Fund boosts returns on the back of industrial assets

A strong performance from its industrial warehouse portfolio and other buildings used by the logistics industry, boosted the interim dividend by 20% to 54.44c at JSE-listed Equites Property Fund.

Brexit uncertainty starts to affect Listed property funds

The U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union created uncertainty in several sectors of the economy, including the property investment market.

Listed Property ‘fares well’ in tough year

The South African listed property industry has risen nearly 9% in the first nine months of the year, about double what equities have achieved, which was 4.82%. Bonds achieved a staggering 15.05% and Cash managed about 5.4%.

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