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  • African real estate market still standing after tough 2016

    CASABLANCA, 2017/08/20 African real estate has had a tough year navigating diffcult economic conditions. Most investors on the continent remain private equity groups as opposed to long term investors or Real Estate Investment Trust ( Reit) investors. There have as well been currency problems in the likes of Nigeria and Zimbabwe. But 2017 could be better if commodity prices rise globally. "The continent gained traction last year, notably in the Hotel, Retail and Residential sectors. One hopes that, in 2017, there will be fewer economic and structural difficulties for African real estate," said Ortneil Kutama, Africa Property News Media Director.
  • Africa property offers rich pickings for the brave

    BOTSWANA, 2017/08/20 Some property pundits believe there are major opportunities for investors or companies on the continent. While most pundits will acknowledge that the saying “Africa is not for sissies” rings authentic at the same time as it comes to property investment , some commentators believe that there are major opportunities for investors on the continent.
  • REITs to drive commercial real estate growth in Morocco

    CASABLANCA, 2016/06/11 The roll out of new investment vehicles is helping stoke growth in Morocco’s commercial real estate sector. Last year Morocco passed legislation allowing for the creation of real estate investment trusts (REITs). Under the law, REITs are required to invest at least 60% of their assets in real estate, while the remainder can be invested in other assets to help diversify their investment portfolio.   In early 2016 the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) joined forces with Moroccan retail distributor Label Vie Group by investing in its retail real estate subsidiary Vecteur LV (VLV). The aim of both the EBRD and Label Vie is to launch the country’s inaugural REIT and attract more investment in Morocco’s real estate sector. 
  • Moroccan Group Wins Housing Deal in Côte d’Ivoire

    MOROCCO, 2012/12/08 Moroccan real estate group Alliances Développement Immobilier (ADI) has won a housing transaction under which it will build some 7000 dwellings in Côte d’Ivoire, mainly in capital city Abidjan and surrounding areas. The transaction related partnership agreement was signed previously this week in the World Bank headquarters in Paris on the sidelines of the meeting of the Consultative Group on Côte d’Ivoire’s National Development Plan (2012-2015).
  • Morocco Boosts Middle Class Housing 2012-11-01

    MOROCCO, 2012/11/01 更多     Morocco Boosts Middle Class Housing