Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
Morning clouds. Mild.
While there are plenty of short-term risks with listed property stocks, investment expert Simon Brown still includes this sector in his long-term portfolio. He explains why.
A rescue deal has been struck, saving one of SA’s largest retailers but impacting listed property, writes finweek journalist Glenda Williams.
Half of Vukile Property Fund’s assets are now offshore, reports finweek journalist Glenda Williams. She takes a closer look.
Economic and sector shocks bring subdued growth and a change in investor focus reports finweek's Glenda Williams.
In turbulent times, it is important to step away from the noise and to consider how various asset classes will perform in the future.
There are a number of factors to consider before you try to build your own property empire - let's look at the pros and cons of investing in listed property and buying to let.
Property expert Kundayi Munzara says investors can expect a divergence in the performance of shopping malls in South Africa.
The weaker rand and increasingly negative foreign investor sentiment towards emerging markets create a “perfect storm” over the local bond and property markets.
Retail centres targeting lower income groups are the star performers in listed property portfolios.
Listed property is starting to look like a dating service. Everybody loves everybody else – so much so that most of the large companies in the sector own a piece of a neighbour.
Results season in the listed property sector pointed to a few marked changes that will shape the year ahead.
Last year was a dismal one for the listed property sector – both locally and globally. But there are strong signs of a turnaround, and potential for further recovery in the sector going forward.
The company has been jilted, yet again.
Investors who are underweight in local property shares, might have a chance to add to their portfolio.
Those with a long investment horizon should consider this asset class, which is characterised by strong yields and historical capital appreciation.
Size, quality and diversity are key elements to a defensive stance in challenging
times and despite weak fundamentals, the property sector still provides attractive yields.
JSE-listed companies have raised the most money from share sales in at least nine years in 2014 to fund expansions outside their home market.
Sanlam's Africa real estate fund provides a platform for investors to tap the growth potential of the sub-Saharan African real estate market.
Rebosis Property Fund says it has made several deals with other enterprises.
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