What is a REIT?

What is a REIT?

A REIT, or Real Estate Investment Trust, is defined by SA-REIT as “a company that derives income from the ownership, trading, and development of income-producing real estate assets. In South Africa, a REIT receives special tax considerations and offers investors...
How To Save Money On Your Lease

How To Save Money On Your Lease

Rental costs are generally amongst a company’s biggest expenses. A substantial amount of money is paid over in the way of rental by businesses to occupy a property and run their operation. In the case of industrial properties, which include warehouses and factories,...
Commercial Real Estate Terminology

Commercial Real Estate Terminology

Some basic commercial real estate terminology that you may encounter in reference to properties and agreements entered into in property transactions. ‘A’ GRADE High quality, modern property usually not older than 15 years or recently renovated. Should also have...
Using an Industrial Property Broker

Using an Industrial Property Broker

Why Should You Use An Industrial Property Broker?   You have access to the internet, you know how to find properties on the various property portals, you can get landlord contact details, why should you use an industrial property broker?     First let’s...
Sole Mandates in Commercial Property

Sole Mandates in Commercial Property

What is a sole mandate?   A sole mandate in commercial or residential property is a written agreement between a seller and an agency giving that particular agency the right to market and sell a particular property. The mandate usually specifies specific...
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