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JSE listed Echo Polska Properties (EPP) - the leading Polish property group - today released maiden annual results for the period to December 2016 ahead of forecast, with distributions of 3,14 euro cents a share for the period 1 September to 31 December 2016 beating the pre-listing forecast by 2,2%.
Rockcastle Global Real Estate concludes the preliminary agreements to acquire the shopping centres in Poland.
JSE-listed, internationally diversified real estate investment trust Redefine Properties (JSE: RDF) has harnessed the benefits of a diversified portfolio and operational efficiencies to deliver a solid performance for the full year to end August 2016.
EPP (Echo Polska Properties N.V.) and Echo Investment S.A. (“Echo Investment”) are pleased to announce the conclusion of a formal and binding agreement in terms of which they will purchase the 22 Towarowa Street property from Griffin Real Estate (“Griffin”), Poland’s leading real estate fund on which retail development will be undertaken.
Echo Polska Properties N.V. (EPP), a leading Warsaw-based real estate investment fund debuted on the main board of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) today under the abbreviated name “PolskProp” and JSE share code of EPP. Hadley Dean, EPP’s Poland based CEO was present to blow the traditional kudu horn to commemorate the company's entry on the JSE.
JSE-listed diversified real estate investment trust Redefine Properties (JSE: RDF) has successfully raised Euro 150 million through the launch of a five year exchangeable bond programme to be listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, with the proceeds to be used in part settlement of the bridge facility used to fund its recent investment into Poland.
Rockcastle Global Real Estate is on track to become a fund split 50-50 across direct and indirect real estate.
Echo Polska Properties (EPP), in which South Africa’s Redefine Properties (JSE: RDF) holds a strategic 49.9% investment, lists on the JSE in September during a particularly exciting time for real estate in Poland.
Echo Polska Properties (EPP), which lists on the JSE in September following a listing on the Euro MTF market of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) in August, remains excited about the prospects for the Polish real estate market despite the current volatility in Europe and other markets around the world.
SA's listed property companies struggle to find well priced acquisition opportunities and takeovers are becoming more difficult to achieve now as there are no easy targets.