Keillen Ndlovu

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.

Smaller property funds takeover frenzy

THERE could be consolidation at the lower end of the listed property sector according to market commentators.

SA's first self-storage REIT to list on JSE

South Africa’s largest self-storage property fund, Stor-Age Property REIT Limited (Stor-Age), is set to list on the JSE in November as the first REIT of its kind on the exchange.

Stanlib gets thumbs up to launch Kenya’s first Real Estate Investment Trust

The adoption of the Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) structure in Kenya, which is recognized in most of the key property markets internationally, has received regulatory approval from Kenyan Authorities.

Accelerate buys Old Mutual stake in Portside building

Accelerate Property Fund acquires roughly half of the Port side office building, the tallest skyscraper in Cape Town, which houses banking group FirstRand’s regional head office in the central business district.

SA office spaces are all dressed up - with no one to fill them

Property funds have struggled to fill office vacancies this year with few companies seeking new office space, given the lack of new businesses opening in SA in a weak economy.

Property’s run hits obstacles

Property stocks continued to perform well over the most recent results season but market conditions and a lack of outlier events suggest this will be the last good set for results for the year.

5 year plan then glory on African Property Stocks

Investors should look at African property companies with a five year time horizon in mind according to Stanlib's head of listed property funds, Keillen Ndlovu.

Retail income accelerates growth at Hyprop Investments

SA’s third largest listed property fund, Hyprop Investments says its buoyant retail property portfolio has boosted its distribution to unitholders to 262.7c a unit for the six months to December, a 13.7% increase on the 231c distribution for the corresponding period last year.

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