Ortneil Kutama

New Cabinet — The Last Gleam of Hope

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday announced the new Cabinet, a move that has been much anticipated by the South African property sector seeking growth in the country.

Mixed feelings about African Real Estate Investing

While Hyprop investments (JSE HYP) plans to exit its investment in sub-Saharan Africa, Grit Real Estate (JSE: GTR) remains committed spreading itself across the continent.

Landlords cash in on Prime Office Space

Appetite for well-positioned P-grade (Prime grade) Offices appears to go against the grain of the current sluggish national economic climate — SA Commercial Prop News has learned.

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.

Offshore Companies take the lead in SA’s Listed Property

The South African Listed Property sector is wading off many challenges including a weak economy, a volatile rand and tenant struggles. Much of the sector is now offshore which is providing support to investors returns.

Bitcoin outdoes Property but its future is unknown

Digital currencies like Bitcoin, are getting a lot of attention as a new asset class, but property remains solid for investment because of its defensive nature.

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's top Property Media honoured at 2016 SAPOA Awards

SA Commercial Prop News, once again scooped the best digital publication of the year at the 2016 South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa) Property Journalism Awards — which were presented at galler dinner in Johannesburg.

SA Property Sector survives 2016 rollercoaster

Towards the end of 2015, the naysayers and the sorry folk who have avoided listed property investing in the past said the sector would struggle in 2016.

Investors should take advantage of Healthcare Reits

With growing interest in real estate investment trusts (Reits) and a desire for strong returns, it is time to consider listing a healthcare Reit, advises Ortneil Kutama, SA Commercial Prop News Media Director.

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