US, European and Asian fund managers are apparently starting to bulk up exposure to UK property stocks to cash in on the weaker pound and negative sentiment about Brexit.

The argument has often been made that the reason the SA listed property sector has delivered good returns over time, apart from a declining yield environment, is primarily due to its predictable and growing income stream.

Catalyst Fund Managers notes offshore counters looking to take advantage of South African investors’ appetite for offshore exposure with UK-focused specialist REIT Capital and Regional and International Hotel Group completing secondary listing’s on the JSE main board and AltX respectively. 

" "

Most Popular

Vukile transforms Pinetown’s first shopping centre, Pine Crest, into the first choice for shopping

Jul 25, 2019
 ITUMELNG MOTHIBELI
The renovated new Pine Crest launched today after an innovative R200m, 14-month…

Successful construction of CrestAquarium by Concor Buildings

Jul 25, 2019
 CRESTAQUARIUM 1
The indoor CrestAquarium at Cresta Shopping Centre allows shoppers to view more than 30…

The next wave of property development in Africa is coming

Jul 31, 2019
 NIYI ADELEYE
The past decade has seen South African property developers and investors forge their way…

Sandton Central’s private sector green building leadership contributes to better public spaces

Jul 25, 2019
 ELAINE JACK
From 2010, when Nedbank completed its headquarters on the corner of Rivonia Road and…

Centurion Mall, Redefine’s largest asset after comprehensive refurbishment

Jul 25, 2019
CENTURION MALL 1
The JSE-listed diversified real estate investment trust Redefine Properties today…

Please publish modules in offcanvas position.