EPP, Poland’s largest retail property owner, posted distribution growth of 12% per share to EUR 5.82 cents for the six months ended 30 June 2018.

Gemgrow has acquired, an effective economic interest of 95% in Moolgem, which comprises largely of a retail portfolio, totalling 26 properties in the Limpopo region, for approximately R628m, yielding 11.48%.

Total returns from Growthpoint Properties Australian investment, Growthpoint Properties Australia (GOZ), have significantly outpaced the major Australian REIT and share market indexes.

JSE-listed diversified real estate investment trust Redefine Properties continues to expand into the exciting Polish market with the acquisition of a 95% share for €185.8 million (R2.9 billion) in a portfolio of nine operating logistics properties located throughout Poland.

Grit, the only listed Africa-focused distribution group to offer access to high growth opportunities in thriving African economies outside of South Africa, today reported solid financial results for the nine months ended 31 March 2018. 

South Africa’s largest self storage group, Stor-Age, continued to demonstrate the strength of its sector specialisation and resilient product when declaring a dividend of 98 cents for the year to March 2018, up 11.1% year-on-year and continuing an unbroken dividend growth trend since listing in November 2015.

Vukile Property Fund today reported 7.7% growth in dividends to 168.82 cents per share for the year to 31 March 2018 on the back of higher second-half distribution growth of 7.9%.

JSE-listed EPP (Echo Polska Properties) - the retail-focused Polish property play - today announced its acquisition of the King Cross Marcelin Shopping Centre for €91.1 million marking its first entry into Poznan.

JSE-listed Echo Polska Properties (EPP), the leading owner and operator of shopping centres in Poland, has officially announced that a change of its company name from Echo Polska Properties N.V. to EPP N.V. has been registered by the trade register of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce.

Wednesday, 23 May 2018 23:36

Africans investing in Africa

While the number of international buyers in residential property in South Africa remains relatively low, at somewhere in the region of three percent nationally, investors from elsewhere on the continent – including returning expats - retain their appetite for the acquisition of South African real estate for a variety of reasons.

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