Growthpoint Properties has posted results for the year to 30 June 2019 with distributable income growth of 5.3% and dividends per share up 4.6%, outperforming its market guidance marginally.

JSE listed EPP, Poland’s biggest retail landlord, today released interim results for the six months ended June 2019 with distributable income earnings up 9% and distributions of EUR 5.8 cents per share, in line with market guidance.

JSE listed diversified real estate investment trust Redefine Properties today announced that its legendary founder and pioneering property investor and developer Marc Wainer retires from the company at the end of August 2019. 

EPP, the JSE-listed leading Polish property company, and Henderson Park, the pan-European private equity real estate platform, have formed a new joint venture.

EPP, Poland’s largest owner of shopping malls and its partner Echo Investment, the largest Polish real estate developer, received an award yesterday for their upcoming development in Warsaw, Poland.

Redefine Properties (JSE: RDF), which has increased its distribution for the six months ended 28 February 2019 by 4.0% to 49.2 cents, continues to build a solid platform for sustained growth and value creation despite ongoing economic and political uncertainty.

JSE-listed EPP successfully completed an equity raise of ZAR 1.45 billion equating to approximately EUR90 million. The Polish retail company will use the equity to fund tranche 2 of its M1 portfolio transaction.

Growthpoint Properties today announced 5.9% growth in distributable income to R3.1bn with revenue from the group increasing 4.3% for its half-year to 31 December 2018, representing dividend growth of 4.5% per share for investors.

Wednesday, 16 January 2019 18:29

JSE-listed EPP outperforms the market in 2018

JSE-traded EPP, the pure Polish retail property fund, delivered a total return of 21% in 2018 to significantly outperform the market, making it the top performing listed property company of the year. This is a significant difference from the benchmark index (SAPY) total return of -25%.

South Africans invested in Polish retail property are well positioned to benefit from the country’s growing consumer spend and the popularity of mall shopping among Poles.

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