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New specialized JSE listings in property unlikely

A lack of activity in South Africa's property market suggest we may not see any significant new specialized property listings coming on to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) this year. ... Full story

It Doesn’t Cost to Build Green, says Study

Despite the growing recognition of sustainable practices and green buildings, concern within the facilities industry continues due to lack of accurate quantifiable information regarding the financial cost and economic impacts of high-performance buildings. ... Full story

Government pension fund pours R10.5bn to boost Affordable Housing

The Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF), SA's largest pension fund, has approved R10.5 billion facility to lender SA Home Loans, in-order to boost government employees and the public access to housing. ... Full story

SA Property Market volumes to a Staggering R5.8-trillion

Believe it or not, the South African property sector is valued at R5.8 trillion, according to the latest Property Sector Charter Council’s (PSCC) report — aimed to determine the size of the country’s property sector. ... Full story

There's bucks to be made in Urban Renewal

The bravest investors are now starting to look at property in areas where, up until recently, only slumlords took interest — Central Johannesburg is a prime example. ... Full story

Well priced Property Acquisitions difficult to find in SA

SA listed property companies are struggling to find well priced acquisition opportunities with takeovers becoming more difficult to achieve now as there are no easy targets. ... Full story

Patrice Motsepe’s foray into property sector

Billionaire and mining tycoon Patrice Motsepe’s African Rainbow Capital considers residential sector following the group's decision to acquire 20% stake in Val de Vie Investments as its first foray into property. ... Full story

Not a rosy picture for Listed Property Sector

While development projects are under way in Gauteng, most of the big ones were concluded years ago and listed real estate funds are struggling to clinch sizeable deals domestically. ... Full story

Digital disruption inevitable in SA Commercial Real Estate

The way that South African commercial real estate companies, sell, buy and invest is about to change profoundly, as technological advances are rapidly disrupting the conventional ways. ... Full story

International Hotel Group eyes listing on JSE’s main board

International Hotel Group (IHL)‚ which recently released its half-year financial results, plans to move from the AltX to the JSE’s main board. ... Full story

Acquisitions push Rebosis Property Fund’s portfolio up R18.6 billion

Black-owned property group, Rebosis Property Fund pushed up total assets under management to R18.6 billion after a R6 billion acquisition that will substantially increase the group’s exposure to retail assets. ... Full story

The IFRS 15 Revenue framework to impact Property Market

The new revenue standard (IFRS 15) may affect the way the real estate and construction industry accounts for revenue in South Africa, according to KPMG International. ... Full story

Mall of Africa expected to boost Attacq’s rental income

Gauteng shoppers still have plenty of appetite for retail therapy, judging by the 84,000 people who streamed through the Mall of Africa's doors on the first day of trade last Thursday. ... Full story

Long-awaited Mall of Africa officially opens

SA’s mega shopping centre ever built in a single phase, the Mall of Africa in Midrand, worth a whopping R5 billion — has opened its doors to the fervent long-awaiting public. ... Full story

Aucor Property to auction properties worth R400m

Properties worth R400 million will come under the Aucor Property hammer in Johannesburg on the 14th of October at 12h00 at the Maslow Hotel, which is set to be one of the largest multiple auctions ever hosted by the company. ... Full story

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