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The listed property sector has generally not been the best place to have your money invested over the past few years, with one notable exception: Stor-Age.

The company listed in 2015 at R10 a share and, at the time of writing, is trading at about R14.20, comfortably outperforming the JSE property index (the SA listed property index has delivered a negative 50% return over the same period). Add the cumulative dividends that Stor-Age has paid since listing of 653c a share to the capital gain, and investors should be more than satisfied with their total return over the period...

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