Old Mutual Properties has offered to buy the entire business of Durban-based property group Marriott Holdings in a deal that could be worth up to R500m .

Monday, 01 August 2005 02:00

Listed property - more growth expected

The Allan Gray Property Fund (Grayprop) makes it into the Morgan Stanley Capital International Global Index (MSCI) - suggesting the South African listed property sector is a viable proposition for overseas investors. With Angelique de Rauville from Investec

Tuesday, 26 July 2005 02:00

ApexHi pockets Prima property portfolio

Listed property loan stock company ApexHi Properties' acquisition of Prima Property Trust's portfolio will help consolidate the listed property sector

Friday, 22 July 2005 02:00

ApexHi pays R1-bn for Prima

Listed property fund ApexHi Properties has made an offer to acquire the property portfolio owned by Prima Property Trust for R1-bn.

The commercial property market and the listed property sector enjoyed a period of exceptionally strong growth last year. So what are the prospects for foreign companies wanting a slice of the rich pie?

Thursday, 23 June 2005 02:00

Resilient plans fund for rural centres

Resilient Property Income Fund is planning to put together another listed property fund with exposure to retail properties in rural areas and parts of Africa.

Friday, 17 June 2005 02:00

Prima boosts liquidity with 42% traded

Listed Prima Property Trust, a property unit trust, has managed to increase its liquidity significantly for the year to April, with 42% of its weighted average of units in issue being traded during the period.

Thursday, 09 June 2005 02:00

Did Marriott miss boat on SA Retail?

The general market view is that listed property loan stock company Hyprop Investments’ hostile takeover bid for SA Retail Properties will succeed.

Thursday, 26 May 2005 02:00

Marriott warns on SA Retail takeover

Property group Marriott upped the ante yesterday in its bid to protect SA Retail, which it manages, from a hostile takeover by Hyprop Investments.

Monday, 18 April 2005 02:00

Beyond the country club

Durban-based Marriott and its four listed funds - SA Retail, Martprop, Ambit and Oryx - are the most vulnerable in the sector to the predations of their peers

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