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SA Investors look to Europe for Property opportunities

Given the poor performance of the rand and inflation, South African property investors have made their mark on the real estate industry across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in the last 12 months. ... Full story

Some pearls in South Africa’s listed property sector

Those investors which look carefully in 2016 when picking their stocks may be rewarded but the overall sector is under pressure in South Africa, reports Ortneil Kutama, Africa Property News.com Media Director. ... Full story

Another Scramble for Africa

There is a scramble for African property assets as investors look to gain first mover advantage in the continent. ... Full story

Nigeria’s Ikeja City Mall sold to South African property companies

Ikeja City Mall in Lagos has been sold for an undisclosed amount to two South African property funds, Hyprop Investments Limited and Attacq Limited. ... Full story

Pension Fund Investors wary of listed property

Pension funds need to begin to pay attention to listed property according to experts at the IPD Property Investment Conference held last week. ... Full story

Investors advised to take long-term view on African Property Stocks

Africa Property News.com has learned that growth seekers should look at property stocks with a five year time horizon in mind according to Stanlib's head of listed property funds, Keillen Ndlovu. ... Full story

SA Shopping Centre Investor grows asset base to $172m in sub-Saharan Africa

Hyprop Investments, South Africa’s third largest JSE-listed real estate investment trust (REIT) on Monday reported that its asset base in sub-Saharan Africa had increased to $172 million (ZAR R2 billion). ... Full story

Admirable year for South Africa’s listed property sector

The listed property sector notched good returns for investors last year, with analysts expecting another solid year from this asset class. ... Full story

Africa Property Investment a long but fruitful play

Despite the challenges, majority of SA’s listed property funds which have ventured into other African countries have chosen to start with shopping centre developments. ... Full story

$272m earmarked for Sub-Saharan Africa shopping centers

Sub-Saharan Africa is in for a commercial transformation, with Hyprop Investments, SA’s third-biggest property company by market value, planing to invest over $272 million developing and acquiring shopping centers. ... Full story

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