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Growth means less in occupier services

Category Africa News

International occupiers eyeing key African cities are looking to occupy smaller but high quality floor spaces that suit their business needs.

Growing demand for industrial properties

Category Africa News

In 2016, the industrial market in Nairobi saw an increase in demand and supply of properties with rental growth rate set to increase in the first half of 2017.

Kenya's changing retail landscape

Category Africa News

Although new shopping centres continue to open across Kenya, spending power is not fully reflected in the retail market.

Central Durban office market growing in popularity

Category Newsletter: 1 - KZN

The Durban CBD and other centrally located office nodes appear to be gaining popularity.

Best and worst centre performers

Category Retail Sector

In December 2016, shopping centres within the Broll portfolio recorded increased year-on-year trading density growth except for community centres.

Realistic pricing good for auctions

Category Auctions

Over-priced properties are now being correctly priced and traded and this augurs well for commercial auctions.

High demand for Woodstock Industrial Units

Category Industrial Sector

Demand for industrial space in Woodstock and Salt River in Cape Town outstrips supply with gross achieved rentals priced between R55 and R65 per square metre.

Tough times ahead for commercial property

Category General News

Low economic growth is going to put pressure on commercial property rentals and vacancies are likely to increase and prove more challenging to fill in 2017.

Know your building classifications

Category Newsletter: 1 - Head Office

Its important to know what a buildings classification is as it can affect what rentals are being charged within a specific area.

How the West was won: Cato Ridge& Hammarsdale Industrial

Category Newsletter: 1 - KZN

Cato Ridge & Hammersdale also known as Durbans Outer West are currently seeing demand from end-users.


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