Investors have yet to score in the property sector

Surely real wealth comes from income, not the capital growth, and here is where investors have yet to score

“The growth of the listed property sector from R8bn to R63bn in six years has been spectacular, rewarding investors with returns that nobody predicted. Yields have fallen from 16% to about 7% in that time and values have risen accordingly. The show isn't over yet either - but it has changed. There will still be capital growth coming from further re-rating of SA property as it converges with international listed funds. However, the change is likely to be slow, and this will disappoint the many investors who've been getting money for nothing from rapid capital growth. But surely real wealth comes from income, not the capital growth, and here is where investors have yet to score.” Ian Fife

On the 19 July Ian Fife will be discussing the current and future outlook of the property sector in South Africa at the Real Estate Investment World conference at the Hilton Hotel in Sandton.. He will cover issues such as the key trends within the different sectors of the property market in SA (both listed and unlisted), key challenges facing local and international developers and investors and how these challenges have been overcome.

Hear from experts in the property fund market

Real Estate Investment World is the on focused investment event for the fastest growing asset class. The event runs from 18 – 21 July and features keynote speakers such as:

Angelique de Rauville, Managing Director, Investec Listed Property Investments
Mariette Warner, Head of Property Funds, Stanlib Asset Management
Colin Young, Asset Management Executive – Head of Institutional and Listed Property Funds, Old Mutual Properties
Sam Hackner, Chairman, Growthpoint Properties
Real Estate Investment World will assess the investment market opportunities in South African real estate funds and help organisations make an informed asset allocation. Organisations will be able to build relationships with the South African real estate investment community, increase returns by including real estate in their funds and make abnormal profits through active management of their real estate investments.

Real Estate Investment World aims to establish itself as the industry standard for networking, learning and doing business in this burgeoning market.

Article from: www.eprop.co.za