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JLL reports double-digit revenue growth
Third quarter revenue increased 14% to $1.7 billion and fee revenue grew 12% to $1.4 billion with broad-based results across geographic segments and service lines.
Managing real estate is critical to managing climate change
“Commercial buildings generate about 40 percent of total greenhouse gas emissions in the world’s developed countries. If you want to limit greenhouse gases, buildings must be part of the solution.” Read more from
Johannesburg Retail Market Overview Q3 2016
There is clear appetite for regional and super-regional malls which have performed well in Gauteng during the quarter in spite of the current economic climate.
Johannesburg Office Market Overview Q3 2016
The Johannesburg office market remains under pressure with slow growth in rental rates and increasing vacancies despite positive economic growth in the quarter.
Johannesburg Industrial Market Overview Q3 2016
Industrial property market activity is still dominated by transport and logistics service providers and trade trends remain a focal point for future demand in the Johannesburg market.
Cape Town Office Market Overview Q3 2016
Numerous office completions have proved to be no threat to Cape Town’s office vacancy rate, indicative of stable demand levels in the market and rental growth well above inflation.
Demand for student housing presents new opportunities for private sector
The latest research from JLL indicates that the demand for new purpose-build student accommodation in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is set to exceed 500,000 beds over the next five years. With continuing public sector budget constraints, private investors will have an important role to play in meeting this demand.
Global Real Estate Transparency Index 2016
An essential guide for companies investing or operating in foreign markets, the Index covers 109 markets globally. In this focus on Sub-Saharan Africa, find out where individual countries rank and what you can expect in markets with different levels of transparency.
JLL reports strong Q2 results
The company reports strong Q2 results with record, diversified growth. Revenue increased 17% to $1.6 billion and fee revenue grew 14% to $1.3 billion.
JLL launches 2015 Global Sustainability Report
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LinkedIn names JLL a Top Attractor company
The 433+ million members of LinkedIn selected JLL as one of the top 40 companies in the world where people want to work. JLL is the only real estate company to receive this distinction.
Trade trends and the impact on industrial real estate
Industrial accommodation in the South African economy has seen a transition over the past few years, driven by various factors that have contributed to changes in the country’s economic make-up. We analyse the major contributing factors to the key drivers of industrial property developments over the past ten years, and the implications these have had on the industrial real estate sector. The prevailing economic conditions are examined to draw an outlook on development activity in the sector.
Applications open for 2017 graduate programme
Applications are open for the 2017 JLL and Tétris South Africa Graduate Programme. The scheme provides graduates with the opportunity to learn from specialised property-related disciplines in the business. With a wide range of service lines to explore and a wealth of expertise in-house, interns are exposed to all of the technical, business and professional skills they need to shape and develop a meaningful career in professional property services.
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Commercial Real Estate Transaction Review
According to the 2015 Commercial Real Estate Transaction Review for South Africa, the trend in commercial property investment activity has been one of managing risk and avoiding loss in the South African economy, increasing the preference to hold property as opposed to cash reserves.
IAOP Global Outsourcing 100® features JLL for its strong track record in delivering value
On investing in REITs - drivers of capital gains vs drivers of profitability
An analysis of South African REITs performance, firstly from a capital gains perspective, and secondly, from a profitability perspective. The analysis is aimed at outlining the investment value of the REITs as well as their long term potential in the current climate. We also take a look at the characteristics which produce the best and worst performance in the local REITs that can inform investors when making a selection against the listed property trusts in the economy.
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