Listed Property Sector

Hyprop to exit sub-Saharan Africa, but Grit Real Estate stays put

While Attacq, famous for developing one of SA’s largest retail centres, Mall of Africa, and Hyprop investments, the owner of some of the best rated shopping centres, are trying to divest from the African continent, Grit Real Estate is spreading itself across the continent. ... Full story

SA REITs corporate governance under spotlight

Analysts say South African real estate investment trust (Reit) sector has to pull up its socks and provide better disclosure as it tries to lure back investors. ... Full story

Africa-focused Property Fund optimistic about region’s long-term prospects

While many foreign investors may be cautious about Africa’s growth prospects at this stage, Grit Real Estate, Africa's largest property fund believes continent could be set for growth in the long term. ... Full story

African real estate market still standing after tough 2016

African real estate has had a tough year navigating diffcult economic conditions. Most investors on the continent remain private equity groups as opposed to long term investors or Real Estate Investment Trust ( Reit) investors. ... Full story

Healthcare Property holds benefits for Africa

As Africa tries to build up a listed real estate industry, healthcare real estate investment trust (REITs) become more attractive on the continent. ... Full story

Pan-African property fund confidently invests $110m in Mozambican real estate

Mozambique - The slowdown in Africa’s economic growth outlook, and currency volatility, have compelled property developers, retailers and institutional funds to reassess their investment strategies. ... Full story

South African Property Market worth $403-billion

South African property market is currently valued at a staggering USD $403 billion (R5.8-trillion ZAR), according to latest research released by the Property Sector Charter Council (PSCC) in Johannesburg on Tuesday. ... Full story

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

SA property groups ready for a downgrade

African property developers could soon see more competition from South African funds as they look to invest out of South Africa with that country expected to receive a credit ratings downgrade in the near future. ... Full story

Direct offshore property stocks more attractive than Africa

Stanlib the investment bank, believes right now investors need to put their money into developed markets as Africa offer too much economic and political risk. ... Full story

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