Fairvest, owner of retail centres in rural areas and small towns, sold more than R1bn worth of noncore assets in its most recent financial year as it transitions to a retail-focused real estate investment trust.

The disposals are in line with its objective to move towards becoming a retail-focused fund. Noncore disposals will continue with proceeds used to reduce loan to value...

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