Rebosis Property Fund is gearing up for growth in one of South Africa’s fastest growing retail markets, Centurion, by capitalising on its local retail property portfolio.

Rebosis Property Fund, the JSE’s first listed black-managed REIT, sustained strong distribution growth for the year ended 31 August 2016.

Rebosis Property Fund, the JSE’s first listed black-managed REIT,  today announced that it has obtained overwhelming shareholder support to acquire two large, regionally dominant retail centres as well as the services companies from property developer Billion Group (Pty) Limited.

Rebosis Property Fund changes the terms of its takeover deal with developer Billion Group following pressure from investors who said the retail-focused group was overpaying for some assets.

Developers will keep on building malls, says Emira Property Fund CEO James Templeton on the side lines of the South African Property Owners Association conference.

Billion Group, a leading property development company today launched its latest development - Forest Hill City

Wednesday, 09 November 2011 02:00

Rebosis pipeline of projects, acquisitions

The company made its debut on the JSE in May, only interested quality assets that would enhance yields while growing its portfolio.

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