Listed property sector should continue to offer better returns than other income-generating investments such as bonds and cash.

The drive to revamp existing malls and open new ones in SA will continue in 2014, potentially leaving listed property stocks overexposed to retail.

Wednesday, 08 January 2014 12:12

House prices to gather pace

House price increases slow last year but 2014 might well be better for home owners, extending the recovery of the last couple of years.

Retail-focused Acucap and office-biased Sycom announce distribution growth of 5.9% and 4.4% respectively for the six months to September.

Vunani Property Investment Fund announce R117 million transaction

The DPW signs property leases on behalf of government departments, but has never before had a formal discussion with the property sector about issues of mutual interest. 

After two years of significant listing activity within the South African property sector, industry pundits expect another eventful year in terms of corporate activity among the new listings.

Wednesday, 19 December 2012 12:09

Redefine boosts skills for SA listed property

Answering the call to upskill South Africa, Redefine Properties is introducing four Business Administration Learnerships in 2013 for young, promising South Africans with their sights set on a career in the country’s exciting and growing listed property sector.

The Property Sector Charter Council is pleased to announce the recent gazetting of the Property Sector Charter as a Sector Code on Black Economic Empowerment in terms of Section 9(1) of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (Act 53 of 2003).

The Property Sector Code applies to all businesses and organisations involved in commercial and residential property. Commercial property includes office, industrial, retail and leisure property as well as land zoned for commercial development. Residential property includes houses, community schemes and land zoned for residential development

Tuesday, 31 January 2012 02:00

Colliers management buys unprofitable units

Colliers SA Holdings has sold its loss-making noncore subsidiaries to its executives for R1,25m as it focuses on being a commercial property-focused company.

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