South Africa Real Estate Activities Report 2021 –

DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “Real Estate Activities in South Africa 2021” has been added to offer.

This report focuses on the real estate industry which includes commercial, industrial and residential real estate, as well as real estate development, real estate appraisal and bond issuance. It includes information on the state of the industry and the effects of the lockdown, the performance of listed property companies, corporate actions and regulations affecting the industry.

There are profiles of 125 companies including large real estate groups like Growthpoint and Hyprop, real estate investment companies like Fortress and Heriot, real estate managers like JHI, and property developers like Renprop and Summercon.

There are also profiles of developers of leisure resorts and hotels, industrial development zones, real estate appraisers and bond issuers, among others.

Real estate activities South Africa:

The real estate sector was hit hard by the pandemic as listed real estate stocks fell and the commercial real estate sector was hit by rising vacancies and falling property valuations. While sales in the residential real estate sector began to surge in late 2020, driven in part by record-low interest rates, real estate transactions declined significantly in 2020, likely due to the temporary closings of registry offices due to the pandemic.


Low interest rates have resulted in more first-time buyers entering the property market and more people buying second homes. The demand for industrial properties such as warehouse and logistics space is increasing as more and more companies have started offering e-commerce and deliveries to customers. As load shedding will take several years, property owners and managers are increasingly looking for alternative energy sources and energy saving devices.

Offshore exposure:

South African publicly traded and private real estate companies are investing billions overseas to mitigate weak local economic growth, rising municipal taxes and taxes, political and political uncertainties, and challenges such as construction site invasions. It is estimated that almost half of the investment income in the South African publicly traded property sector comes from the offshore sector. Companies have also been involved in the development of retail and other real estate on the continent.

Key topics covered:

1 Introduction

2. Description of the industry

2.1. Industry value chain

2.2. Geographical position

3. Industry size

4. State of the industry

4.1. Local

4.1.1. Corporate actions

4.1.2. Regulations

4.1.3. Corporate development and socio-economic development

4.2. Continental

4.3. International

5. Influencing factors

5.1. Coronavirus

5.2. Economic environment

5.3. Government initiatives

5.4. Input costs

5.5. job

5.6. Technology, research and development (R&D) and innovation

5.7. Cyclicality

5.8. Crime and security

5.9. Land expropriation

5.10. Environmental and social concerns

6. Competition

6.1. Barriers to entry

7. SWOT analysis

8. Outlook

9. Industry associations

10. References

Mentioned companies

  • Abland Investment Holdings

  • Accelerate real estate funds

  • action

  • AFHCO holdings

  • AIDA National Franchises

  • Valuation company CC

  • Arrows

  • Arrowhead properties

  • Atlantis Special Economic Zone Society SOC

  • Atterbury Management Company

  • Bear traits

  • BetterLife Group

  • Broll property group

  • Broll valuation and advisory services

  • Calgro M3 holdings

  • Cape value

  • City Lodge Hotels

  • Coega development company

  • Company valuations CC

  • DDP appraiser

  • Delta real estate fund

  • East London Industrial Development Zone SOC

  • Electronic Realty Associates (South Africa)

  • Emira real estate fund

  • Horsemen Property Fund

  • Eris Property Group

  • Everyone wins real estate franchising

  • Excellent real estate services

  • REITail copy

  • Fairvest real estate investments

  • Fieldspace property manager

  • First real estate headquarters

  • First property

  • Fortress REIT

  • Free state development company

  • Freedom Property Fund

  • Geffen International Realty Franchises

  • Group five

  • Growth point properties

  • Hammerson PLC

  • Heriot REIT

  • Hermans and Roman Property Solutions

  • Hyprop investments

  • Inframax holdings

  • Ingenuity real estate investments

  • Smart debt management

  • Investec property

  • Investec real estate fund

  • Jawitz real estate joke

  • JHI retail

  • Just Property Group Holding (The)

  • Kat free time

  • Keystone investments

  • Leapfrog property group

  • Old hotels and resorts

  • Liberty Holdings

  • Magnus Penny Associates CC

  • Maxprop holdings

  • Mills Fichet (East Coast) CC

  • Mills Fitchet (Gauteng) CC

  • Mills Fitchet (KZN) CC

  • Mills-Fitchet (Natal)

  • Mühlen-Fitchet (PWV)

  • Mills Fichet Africa

  • Mills Fichet Reviews

  • Montagu houses

  • MultiNET home loans

  • My Africa real estate

  • Nu-way housing developments

  • Oasis Crescent Property Fund

  • Fund manager at Oasis Crescent

  • EIGHTEEN investments

  • Old reciprocity

  • Ooba

  • Orion real estate

  • Characteristics of Pam Golding

  • Pareto

  • Passenger Railway Agency of South Africa

  • Peermont Global

  • Energy development projects

  • Real estate referral network

  • Public investment company SOC

  • Putprop

  • Rabies trait group

  • Raven Property Group

  • Rawson Residential Franchises

  • Realty One International Property Group

  • Rebosis real estate fund

  • Redefine properties

  • Renprop

  • Resilient REIT

  • Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone Company SOC

  • RMG Management Group SA

  • Rode and coworkers

  • RPP developments

  • SA appraiser and appraiser CC

  • SA corporate real estate

  • Sable stocks

  • Sanlam

  • Guard

  • Seeff real estate services

  • Sirius real estate

  • Spectrum assessments and asset solutions

  • Stenprop

  • REIT for large retirement properties

  • Strategic real estate manager

  • Summercon Holdco

  • Sun International

  • Swish property group

  • TCI properties

  • Texton real estate fund

  • Tongaat Hulett developments

  • Tourvest investments

  • Tower Property Fund

  • industrial Estate

  • Trafalgar Property Managementgar

  • Trustgro developments

  • Hotels in Tsogo Sun

  • Visual International Holdings

  • Vukile real estate fund

  • Wakefields real estate

  • WBHO construction

  • Westbrook Housing Estate

  • Zenprop real estate ownership

  • Zotos brothers

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