South Africa Real Estate Report 2016 - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

South Africa Real Estate Report 2016

South Africa Real Estate Report 2016 - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
South Africa Real Estate Report 2016
Published Dec 19, 2015
60 pages — Published Dec 19, 2015
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BMI View: The sluggish nature of the South African economy has created uncertainty for businesses, leading to a drop in investment activity. Nevertheless, the office commercial real estate sector has performed well, with good demand for premium grade units. ...Electricity blackouts have also raised costs for businesses, as has labour unrest, and there has been little response from the government to make the necessary reforms to avoid a further deterioration in the business environment. Nevertheless, South Africa remains one of the best developed economies in the continent, with significant imports and exports, and will retain significant investor attention, although we see a large proportion of players holding off until the economy begins a clear recover. Concerning city trends, Johannesburg is central to South Africa s development and recovery, and has a highly developed office real estate market with a gobal financial services industry. ...Currently there is good demand for clothing and footwear retail units, with such retailers having often outperformed the overall market.

...� Business Monitor International Ltd Page - muted as consumer confidence dwindles, and uncertainties regarding inflation and an interest rates rise deter potential tenants. Manufacturing gross value added is declining in terms of its contribution to the South African economy, and so is demand for industrial real estate from this segment, as a result lack of business interest and the effects of the global economic slowdown on exports and import levels. ...� Business Monitor International Ltd Page - muted as consumer confidence dwindles, and uncertainties regarding inflation and an interest rates rise deter potential tenants. Manufacturing gross value added is declining in terms of its contribution to the South African economy, and so is demand for industrial real estate from this segment, as a result lack of business interest and the effects of the global economic slowdown on exports and import levels. However, short-term market trends reveal a number of companies demanding warehouse and logistics property, and we expect this to remain the case in light of growing trade and retailer demand for distribution facilities. ...Greater sectoral diversification combined with a developing market will see more interest from overseas investors, as the market matures. Overall, we see the greatest potential in the premium office and retail markets, with a significant proportion of the focus on the capital, Johannesburg, as a result of its developing demographics and services industies.

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