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Foreigners line up for SA’s luxurious rental pads with hefty price tags

Upmarket suburbs around Joburg and Cape Town are fetching rentals of more than R100,000

Hong Kong watchdog steps up probe into Evergrande’s audits by PwC

It's the second review of the embattled developer’s books in nine months

Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz likes Adam Neumann’s new Flow

Neumann is back with concept to revolutionise residential real estate

Turning the office into a private and collaborative space

This struggling property sector may need to reinvent its building designs to attract tenants who may have better remote working environments

R222m apartment sales help Transcend pay off debt

The continuous selling of units is helping the company to reduce its high debt levels

Dipula’s credit rating improves thanks to restructuring

The company’s financial flexibility has improved and earnings resilience is expected to continue, says Global Credit Ratings

Resilient Reit considers delisting as it questions the value of JSE

The firm is looking to reduce volatility for investors, but adds that being listed on the JSE no longer enhances access to capital

Cantor CEO Howard Lutnick’s $50m bonus was ‘wildly excessive’, lawsuit says

A Newmark investor says the bonus was approved even after board members learnt Lutnick’s hedging deals involving Nasdaq shares had not lifted stock value

UK property market hit by rising interest rates

The end of cheap borrowing costs likely to end global property boom, analysts warn

Capital & Regional restores dividend after slashing debt

The UK shopping centre owner says rent collection has returned to pre-Covid-19 levels, while it is seeing encouraging signs for retailer turnover

Stor-Age sees big opportunity for new micro-warehousing business

The next generation of flexible workspace presents attractive portfolio growth

Small retail centres tops during lockdown, analysts say

These malls traded largely at close to full floor space capacity during the hard rules, says Belinda Clur

Delta to sell four properties at below market value

Former executives deny wrongdoing and say they left to make way for new leadership to drive a turnaround

Capco’s sales ahead of 2019 levels as visitors return to the West End

This underscores the continued attraction of London’s West End to domestic and international visitors, the landlord says

Shoppers respond to Liberty Two Degrees’ initiatives

Footfall was the highest in three years in the six months to end-June, though rental reversions continue

Industrials Reit reports record rental uplift despite recession fears

Rental uplift was 27% in the UK-focused landlord’s first quarter, as it continued to benefit from constrained supply of its asset class

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