Safari Investments expects additions to its portfolio to more than double its asset base to R3bn within three or four years.

The publishers of Asset Magazine are now broadening their offering with the introduction of Who’s Who in South African Real Estate 2013 – an online directory of companies, professionals and service providers in the wider South African property industry.

How strong is your company’s online presence? Do you get the hits you want on your web page? Have you spent time and money putting together an online message that not enough people are seeing?

Most international/global REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) managers are upbeat about the prospects for this asset class over the next two years, despite the economic malaise in Europe and concerns about global economic growth. This was the overriding message to come out of the Nareit (National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts) REITWeek Investor Forum in New York earlier this month

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