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Investec Property Fund (“IPF” or “the Fund”) is pleased to announce a final dividend of 66.74 cents per share for the six months ended 31 March 2017, taking the full year dividend to 127.65 cents per share (31 March 2016: 124.66 cents per share).
Investec Property Fund (“IPF” or the “Fund”) delivers solid growth during period of consolidation of the R8 billion acquisition of Zenprop and Griffin properties in 2015.
Nearly a third of all South African listed REITS (real estate investment trusts) can be counted among the JSE’s 100 most empowered companies in 2016.
Investec Property Fund announced a full year dividend of 124.66 cents per share for the year ended 31 March 2016.
The latest research from JLL South Africa shows that the trend in commercial property investment activity in South Africa in the past year has been one of managing risk and avoiding loss in the South African economy, increasing the preference to hold property as opposed to cash reserves.
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While most of last year was a pleasing one for Hyprop shareholders, 2016 has begun on a poor note. In fact, 2015 ended with little good news from the marketplace, as the stock plunged after a months-long rally.
Investec Property Fund has delivered attractive growth for the six months ended 30 September 2015.
Investec Australia Property Fund announced a $26.0 million acquisition in one of Perth’s core industrial suburbs, taking the value of the Fund’s total portfolio to $405.5 million.
Redefine International, the London and JSE-listed diversified property fund, acquires a R10bn property portfolio in the UK as it aggressively builds up its asset base.