Some pundits believe South African listed property’s strong run over several years is set to be derailed by revaluations and a slow-growing economy.

The search for value is a never-ending one for shrewd investors and beneficiaries, and the property sector offers multiple opportunities to tap into value – for those who know where to find it.

Listed and commercial property sector is expected to achieve 15% in total return in the next two to three years, with income growth seen at 7.5% over the same period, an investment consultant said today.

Tuesday, 14 October 2003 02:00

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MICC Property Income Fund Limited – Loan stock company to list on the JSE Securities Exchange SA and the Namibian Stock Exchange

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