Dr Reuel Khoza will join the powerhouse of business leaders from across the globe, all recognised as change agents in their fields, as a keynote speaker at the upcoming SA REIT Conference in Sandton, next month.

Listed property returned 7.99% to its investors, outstripping cash’s 6.46%, equities 5.13% and bonds’ -3.93%, according to figures from Catalyst Fund Managers.

Internationally renowned property leader Guillaume Poitrinal will headline the next SA REIT Conference, which is set to take place on 17 March 2016 at The Maslow in Sandton Central.

Wednesday, 07 October 2015 13:13

Nedbank CIB

Nedbank Corporate Property Finance is the market leader in the commercial property finance industry.

Published in Property Finance
Developed over what used to be the Newmarket Racecourse in Alberton, Newmarket Mall is conveniently located at the Newmarket Park, a 77.3 hectare property development south east of Alberton’s CBD.
Thursday, 01 October 2015 16:41

Real estate endures despite constraints

While the local commercial property finance market has been constrained by poor economic growth, rising operating costs and low business confidence in the first half of this year, it remains buoyant, continuing the strong trend seen over the past few years, according to Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking (NCIB) managing executive of property finance Robin Lockhart-Ross.

Atterbury Property’s development of Waterfall Corner in Waterfall City, Gauteng, has been named the winner of the Spectrum Award at the South African Council of Shopping Centre’s (SACSC) Annual Retail Design and Development Awards (RDDA).

Waterfall Corner in Midrand, Gauteng, has been named the winner of the sought-after Spectrum Award for the best retail development, making a splash at the in the South African Council of Shopping Centre’s (SACSC) Annual Retail Design and Development Awards (RDDA).

Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking and Rabie Property Group have joined forces to complete the Burgundy Estate residential development in Cape Town with the first two projects totalling 370 units at a cost of R400 million due to get underway.

Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking (NCIB) has concluded an estimated R1.14 billion loan facility to finance a joint venture (JV) between Durban based commercial property development and investment company, Collins, and Aveng.

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