The Sub-Saharan Africa market may seem daunting and complex for the first - time investor or developer. 

A creative approach to leasing deals is helping innovative landlords offset the challenges of high vacancies in an overstocked Nairobi office market, according to Broll Property Intel’s latest Kenya Office Market  Snapshot H1:2019 report.

Thursday, 18 July 2019 23:32

May StatsSA Building Statistics

May StatsSA Building Statistics – Very strong Residential Completions growth still, while on the Non-Residential side Industrial and Warehouse building activity appears to be the provider of “relative stability”

Amidst serious political turmoil, the South African property market ended 2017 on a better footing, with industrial property and flat rentals managing to outpace inflation.

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