BMI View: Short-term problems surrounding foreign currency, high inflation and security issues have
dampened economic growth in early 2016. However, the government's economic reforms and closer
relations with fellow Arab states will lead to greater opportunities in th ..."
BMI View: The sluggish nature of the South African economy has created uncertainty for businesses,
leading to a drop in investment activity. Nevertheless, the office commercial real estate sector has
performed well, with good demand for premium grade units. An upward ..."
BMI View: The political turmoil of recent years has had ramifications for the wider commercial real estate
industry, and has also affected the crucial tourism sector. However, underlying economic growth and
confidence in the Sisi government has seen investor interest ..."
BMI View: Egypt is only just beginning to recover from the political instability seen in the country over the
previous three years. On top of this, regional violence and strife have added a further deterrent to would be
investors. Instability is also keeping away tourists, nega ..."
BMI View: Prospects for commercial real estate in South Africa remain mixed. While sub-sectors such as
retail continue to perform well, a sluggish economy and a lack of supply of premium city centre properties
may halt growth for commercial real estate in the short and medium t ..."
BMI View: The real estate sector in Egypt remains in a state of flux in Q414, facing short-term stagnation
as a result of political instability despite the market's significant long-term potential. While we are
witnessing some alleviation in the political and economic ..."
BMI View: We believe that the real estate sector in South Africa will remain stable, but there are downside
risks to our forecasts as a result of macroeconomic headwinds affecting the sector. We believe that the most
significant opportunities lie within the retail sec ..."
BMI View: The Real Estate sector in Egypt will continue to stagnate as the economy has yet to recover and
political unrest continues. We believe that rental rates will rise in Cairo, New Cairo, and 6th of October
City due to a stagnation of new supply, combined with s ..."
BMI View: We believe that the real estate sector in South Africa will remain stable but the market will
continue to face pressure in different forms. This includes tepid growth, faltering macroeconomic
conditions, a volatile currency and inflation. BMI sees the South ..."
BMI View: We believe that the real estate sector in South Africa will remain stable throughout 2014
because of a lack of change in the supply demand dynamic and enough new projects in the pipeline to
satisfy strong demand. Net yields will remain consistent in all sect ..."