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JLL releases 2014 Annual Report
2015 Most Admired Company
FORTUNE magazine recognised JLL’s global competitiveness, superior client-focused workforce and financial soundness on its Most Admired Companies list.
Head of Research discusses 2014 commercial real estate transactions
Zandile Makhoba, Head: Research, South Africa, appeared live on Open Exchange on CNBC Africa on 23 March 2015. She discussed the latest report reviewing major property transactions by by listed Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs).
Commercial property investments decelerate as property owners hold on to value
Commercial property investment activity slowed down in 2014. The overriding factor which contributed to low investment activity was the low supply of investment properties. The investment outlook is unbalanced across office, industrial and retail properties and will be largely determined by what properties investors are willing to let go of.
JLL earns seventh straight Global Outsourcing 100® designation
Commercial lubricant plant for sale
Main Road, Anderbolt, Boksburg
Commercial lubricant blending and manufacturing operation for sale.
Johanneburg Industrial Market Overview Q4 2014
Industrial space in Johannesburg saw a rise in the quarter, despite the poor performance of the local manufacturing sector in 2014. This can be attributed to increased activity in logistics and distribution. Rental rates remained largely unchanged over the period. Maxi-units have gained appeal due to their efficiency in storage and operational costs, contributing to a flat trend in rental rates in this regard.
Johanneburg Office Market Overview Q4 2014
Demand remained muted under the prevailing uncertainty in the economy, leaving rental rates largely unchanged over the period. Taking prices as a guideline, it is evident that the office market remains under pressure, with an abundant supply and prices still at 2013 levels in contrast to rising operational costs. The economy continues to show signs of fragility and vacancies are expected to remain high with rental rates remaining muted.
Cape Town Office Market Overview Q4 2014
The Cape Town office market continued to show stability in the quarter, despite challenging conditions. The CBD and Century City showed the highest growth in Grade A rentals. Few, if any, speculative developments are anticipated in present market conditions. However, these conditions present excellent opportunities for tenants who are being offered very attractive lease terms from landlords.
Record full-year 2014
Full-year fee revenue up 18% to $4.7 billion and earnings per share up 38% to $8.69
Destination Europe 2015
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JLL appointed by Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank for global real estate services
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Twelve Pillars of Africa’s Future Success
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Breaking-down the BRIC [economic] wall
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Enabling clients to succeed in Africa’s Real Estate Market
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