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SA Commercial Property Market takes a beating

Listed property’s appeal as an asset class took a hit in 2018 with the sector losing more than 25% showing its worst annual performance.

After ugly year, EPP is the top performing listed property stock in 2018

While most property stocks suffered, EPP’s continued turnaround, under the leadership of CEO Hadley Dean, delivered the best performance among listed property companies on the JSE in 2018.

Competition hots up as SA Property Investors discover value in CEE

Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) offers a number of opportunities for property buyers, and South Africans are competing successfully with global Investors — SA Commercial Prop News has learned.

Strong corporate governance key to SA REITs success in 2019

Having been battered with a few allegations of financial manipulation and delays in reporting results, South African Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) can enhance investor confidence with robust corporate governance system.

Resilient wants regulators to speed up investigations

To bring closure about market manipulation allegations, Resilient Reit (JSE: RES) has challenged Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) to speed up investigations.

Nepi Rockcastle sees R9bn wiped off its value after Viceroy report

Nepi Rockcastle (JSE: NRP) has seen its share prices dive-bomb following a report by Viceroy Research which alleged the company manipulating or inflating its net profit after tax numbers.

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.

Offshore Property offers top Value

The number of Real Estate companies promoting offshore property as a low-risk rand hedge investment has grown in recent months, reports SA Commercial Prop News.

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.

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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