State of the property market in quarter 2 of 2020
The following are significant findings or conclusions made in this issue of Rode’s Report:
• Listed property distributions drying up
• Office market to feel the pain in coming quarters
• Industrial rental growth slows further
• Flat rentals and house prices continue to weaken
• Capitalization rates moving up
• Building activity in the doldrums
• Common mistakes with discount rates
Read more: StateOfThePropMarket_2020_2
Analyses and reports on most sectors of the property market in the major, and some secondary, cities in South Africa. It covers, inter alia, trends and levels of rentals and standard capitalization rates by property type, grade, node/township, the listed real estate market, and building construction costs and building activity.
The Rode’s Retail Report on South Africa reports on the state of the retail property market by analyzing the most recent sales and trading-density statistics.
Retail property information includes street-front shop rentals per m² by size for about 120 street-front micro-locations in six metropolitan areas.
Trends is aimed at general management — where strategic decisions are taken — and property investment analysts who are involved in asset allocation and viability studies. Valuers who use forecasting in their valuation method would also find it indispensable. It is a unique, statistically-based analysis and forecast of all key indicators affecting the property market and property investment – over the next 5 years.
Use Rode’s reliable historical data to substantiate your research, strategic decision-making and presentations. This electronic database provides on-line access to more than 2.000 property-related time series. The time series includes key property time series like capitalization and escalation rates, residential and non-residential rentals and market values for industrial stands.
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