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Investments in Central and Eastern Europe boost MAS Real Estate

Central and Eastern European markets have recently begun to outstrip Western Europe in terms of economic growth. MAS Real Estate (JSE: MSP) has made significant inroads into the region, helping the groups overall performance. ... Full story

EPP grows asset base to R40 billion

JSE-listed EPP, the Polish real-estate group in which Redefine Properties owns a 40% stake, last week said it had grown the size of its portfolio to R40 billion (EUR2.5 bn) mark.

Investors coining it from Mall of Africa’s owner Attacq

South Africans invested in Attacq Limited (JSE: ATT), which owns the flagship Waterfall development precinct anchored by Mall of Africa, are laughing all the way to the bank as they are well-positioned to benefit from the group's performance.

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.

Investing in township shopping malls gives Fairvest the edge

The latest results from Fairvest Property Holdings (JSE: FVT) confirm that shopping malls aimed at the lower Living Standards Measure (LSM) are delivering better returns than their suburban counterparts.

Landlords chip in as Edcon Holdings secures R2.7 billion

Edcon Holdings which owns Edgars Stores, Jet and CNA, has secured R2.7 billion rand from lenders, landlords and the Public Investment Corp. as South Africa’s largest clothing retailer wraps up its latest restructuring plan.

Liberty Two Degrees attains REIT status, bulks up asset base

Liberty Two Degrees (JSE:L2D), the owners of flagship Sandton City, Eastgate Shopping Centre and Melrose Arch, says it had converted to a Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit), and significantly "bulked up" its asset base.

Grit Real Estate thriving despite the odds

JSE's pan-African property fund and LSE-listed Grit Real Estate is keeping its head above water at a time when volatility is a byword for Africa’s property industry.

Emira’s distribution rises as diversification pays off

In spite of adverse local property fundamentals, Emira Property Fund, the only JSE-listed real estate company invested in the US, has turned in what it terms a 'robust' six months to December 2018.

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.

Texton’s shareholders vote down share repurchase from PIC

Shareholders of Texton Property Fund (JSE: TEX) have voted against the repurchase of shares in terms of the ‘Put Option’ related to Texton’s 2014 Broad-based black economic empowerment deal.

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.

Texton Property Fund pledges to address structural problems

Texton Property Fund (JSE: TEX) has pledged to attend to its struggling company’s affairs, but not all investors are impressed.

CBRE Group ties up with Excellerate after Break-up with Broll

Global commercial real estate services firm CBRE Group (NYSE:CBRE), entered into partnership with Excellerate Property Services within a week after it ended its four-year alliance with Broll Property Group.

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.

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