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Rebosis shares extend slide as times get tough

JSE-listed real estate investment trust (Reit) Rebosis Property Fund shares slumped pushing the loss of value to nearly 81% in a year.

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.

Heriot REIT Limited lists on AltX to raise cash for expansion

Heriot REIT Limited (JSE:HET) listed in the Real Estate sector on the JSE’s AltX board as a Real Estate Investment Trust on Monday.

Overseas Property gets attention from South African Investors

There has been a change in the thinking of the South African property investor community towards offshore diversification in recent years.

Listed Property wades through hard times

It’s getting harder for listed property companies to repeat their former successes in the current South African landscape, according to Ortneil Kutama, SA Commercial Prop News Media Director.

SA Listed Property Growth Has Taken a Dive

There was very little in the way of positive news for South Africa’s listed property investors as the sector is down 1% in the year-to-date due to a number of reasons.

Listed property sector winning favor with Investors

Having raised about R153 billion in the past six years, South Africa’s listed property sector is gaining ground and remains unaffected by a weaker economy growth.

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.

Rebosis Property Fund gets nod for R5 billion acquisition

Rebosis Property Fund announced that its decision to acquire two regional retail centres as well as the acquisition of Billion Group (Pty) Limited manco, valued at R5bn has been approved by the majority of the firm's shareholders.

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.

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