Wednesday, 19 December 2012 12:09

Redefine boosts skills for SA listed property

Answering the call to upskill South Africa, Redefine Properties is introducing four Business Administration Learnerships in 2013 for young, promising South Africans with their sights set on a career in the country’s exciting and growing listed property sector.

Arrowhead Properties, the only JSE listed property loan stock company to pay quarterly distributions, reported an excellent maiden set of annual results to the year ended 30 September 2012 having exceeded their pre-listing objectives and forecasts.

Redefine Properties today reported distribution growth of 7.2% on a like-for-like recurring income basis, meeting its forecast to investors for the year ended 31 August 2012. The total return to unitholders was 30% for the year.

Redefine Properties International Limited (RIN), the JSE listed holding company of Redefine International P.L.C. (“RI PLC”), today announced its annual results for the year ended 31 August 2012. 

Friday, 12 October 2012 09:36

State projects boost Calgro M3’s revenue

JSE-listed low-cost housing developer Calgro M3, which on Thursday posted a solid set of results for the six months ended August, continued to benefit from government’s commitment to increasing investment in infrastructure.

JSE-listed Emira Property Fund is seeing a pick-up in prospects as a result of certain letting and sales activity across its portfolio.

Bermuda-based Osiris Properties International Limited (JSE Share Code: OSI) recently became the 100th company to list on AltX of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. This is a secondary listing for Osiris which has its primary listing on the Bermuda Stock Exchange

JSE-listed property company Synergy Income Fund Limited announced its maiden distributions to unitholders and closed a heavily oversubscribed vendor placement of R370 million in new capital for the fund.The distribution announced is in line with the projections forecast in the Pre-listing Statement for the company and the successful capital raising will increase the market capitalisation of Synergy to approximately R1.1 billion

Bringing South Africa in line with international publicly traded real estate investments and creating greater investor certainty, SA National Treasury has tabled a unified approach to property investment schemes which analysts believe is set to create one of the most flexible regimes internationally.

Tuesday, 26 June 2012 14:24

International property outlook

The views held by some market commentators in the UK and across the Atlantic could perhaps be construed as somewhat optimistic, but at the very least they suggest where some of the key sector and niche market opportunities lie

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