LATEST NEWS FOR Redefine Properties Ltd.  

Redefine is a leading South African-based Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), with adiverse, property asset platform valued at R94.5 billion (FY18: R91.3 billion ). Redefine’s portfolio is anchored domestically in directly held retail, office, ind... [more info]

SA Reit sector worst performing asset class again in 2019

But did recover to lower single-digit growth after a disastrous 2018.

Six decades of inflation-beating returns on the JSE

Despite short-term setbacks, the local market has delivered reliable growth over the long term.

Redefine to exit Australia, looks to bring down debt

Plans to sell R8bn in property assets, including its entire portfolio down under.

Redefine Properties expects 4% distribution growth in the next year

Andrew Konig – CEO, Redefine Properties

Redefine set to ‘sell’ Nigerian office tower stake

Deal expected to be secured via a share-swap with Growthpoint Investec African Properties.

Redefine opposes Delta-Rebosis merger

Cornwall Crescent, which has a stake in Delta and is backed by Redefine, is also against it.

Redefine’s R1bn overhaul of Centurion Mall

Lakeside property set to become fifth biggest shopping centre in SA.

Capital flight: SA property companies invest billions more offshore

Some R68bn in 2018 alone. And international investors are also betting on other markets.

Rosebank is SA’s priciest office node, report shows

While Sandton's office vacancy rate worsens 'significantly'.

Listed property looks to shared workspaces to counter office sector glut

Global giant WeWork set to disrupt the sector in SA.

Residential rentals: Lower growth, higher vacancies

The growth of residential rentals slowed in the first quarter of 2019, languishing below inflation.

Banking on change: Branch closures an opportunity for retail landlords

Vacancies arising from Standard Bank's branch closures could see property companies turn sub-optimal renting space into better yielding space.

Eskom is pushing SA Inc towards green buildings

Companies compelled to consider alternative power sources to ensure business continuity.

Redefine delivers growth despite local challenges

Over a quarter of its income now stems from international operations.

Is Uber’s IPO an appealing offer?

Lyft, a competitor, saw its shares drop 20% since its IPO.

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