Redefine Properties (JSE: RDF) announced today that its competitive bidding process to sell its interest in Journal’s two student properties in Australia has been concluded at A$459 million.

With the COVID-19 virus and related uncertainty continuing to weigh on businesses, Redefine Properties (JSE: RDF) has announced a 32% fall in its distributable income per share for the six months ended 29 February 2020 to 33.46 cents from 49.19 cents in the prior comparable period.

Growthpoint Properties has posted results for the year to 30 June 2019 with distributable income growth of 5.3% and dividends per share up 4.6%, outperforming its market guidance marginally.

JSE listed diversified real estate investment trust Redefine Properties today announced that its legendary founder and pioneering property investor and developer Marc Wainer retires from the company at the end of August 2019. 

Growthpoint Properties today announced 5.9% growth in distributable income to R3.1bn with revenue from the group increasing 4.3% for its half-year to 31 December 2018, representing dividend growth of 4.5% per share for investors.

Investec Australia Property Fund (“IAPF” or the “Fund”) today announced the acquisition of a low rise office building in Symonston, Canberra for AUD 29,750,000[1] which represents an initial yield of 6.93%.

While economic conditions remain challenging, Redefine Properties (JSE: RDF) continues to align its strategy to long-term trends and proactively manage liquidity through the recycling of non-core assets.

The Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) has awarded a 4-star Green Star Sustainable Precincts certification – the first in Africa – to a project that will be built by historic Cape Town development company, Garden Cities NPC (RF), as a further phase of its flagship Cape West Coast suburb, Sunningdale.

Growthpoint Properties continues to grow internationally with a further ZAR908 million investment in Australia.

Investec Australia Property Fund, the only inward-listed Australian REIT on the JSE, today announced an interim distribution of 5.05 AUD cents per unit (cpu) pre-withholding tax (WHT) and 4.65 cpu post-WHT (2017: 4.95 cpu pre-WHT and 4.64 cpu post-WHT).

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