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Shrinking rentals impact domestic earnings

ental growth is shrinking on the domestic front. Lease renewals and new lettings are under pressure, vacancies remain a challenge, the disposal of local assets is reducing income and local acquisitions that would add to rental income have become a rarity. For South Africa’s real estate investment trusts (Reits), defensive markets are proving key to combatting the earnings ease.

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