Wednesday, 20 November 2002 10:01

Coronation warns on hybrid property loan firms.

Cape Town - Hybrid property loan stock companies were finding more favour among investors despite the fact that they continued to be controversial in the industry, Coronation said yesterday.

 

Pretoria - ApexHi, the JSE Securities Exchange-listed property loan stock company, has acquired six new properties in Port Elizabeth worth R45 million, boosting the value of its portfolio to R1.925 billion.

Both the property loan stock and property unit trust sectors held up well in the face of market weakness and the 4% increase in interest rates this year,' says the company.

Wednesday, 30 October 2002 10:01

Property loan stocks sector sees shake-up

Three funds have issued cautionaries

Saturday, 26 October 2002 10:01

Court order may hit Cenprop shareholders.

 

Shareholders of listed property fund Centrecity Property (Cenprop) could take a knock if a high court decision which ordered demolition of a certain section of Cenprop's shopping centre, The Mall of Rosebank, goes through.

Sunday, 27 October 2002 10:01

Listed property is still a safe harbour.

Amid choppy seas, the sector offers relative security, writes John Sukazi

PROPERTY'S underlying value as a defensive investment opportunity will continue to attract investor focus despite a volatile environment characterised by high interest rates, says Andre Stadler, managing director of Catalyst Securities.

Paramount Property Fund (Paraprop) has announced the acquisition of 13 commercial properties to the value of R161 million.

Wednesday, 24 July 2002 10:01

Property funds are still facing tough times

Survey cites oversupply, lower income

Friday, 15 March 2002 03:01

Trouble in the property sector

The list of property companies which have reported muted earnings growth is getting longer, indicating that the listed property sector of the JSE Securities Exchange SA is heading for trouble.

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