Commercial Property Broking

  • When it comes to commercial property broking, we always put our clients needs first.

We offer:

  • Access to global information

  • Access to a wide range of value-adding services

  • Comprehensive in-house research and analysis capabilities

  • Knowledge-driven team-based approach to solving your property needs

  • National and Sub-Saharan African footprints

  • Unmatched database of high quality office and industrial properties available to let

  • Working relationships with major listed and unlisted property funds

Our services include:

Finding the right industrial property or space often involves a combination of complex technical considerations which include electricity supply, access to distribution hubs, airports and rail links, turning circles for large vehicles, load-bearing floors and roller shutter doors and high eaves among others.

All have to be taken into account and finding the property with the perfect combination of elements can get very complicated.

Save time and let the Akani Properties team of industrial experts find the right property for you.

Our dedicated team of investment property professionals can assist with properties within and beyond South Africa.

If you're looking to expand or reduce your property portfolio, Akani Properties has the market knowledge and connections to help you.

Akani Properties has an in-depth understanding of the commercial property market, the experience and the knowledge needed to correctly manage investment property.

Our property management skills are well respected within the industry.

Finding the right offices to let is not just about square metres and parking ratios.

It's more about the office space meeting the tenant's total business needs. With an experienced team and comprehensive database of available rental properties for commercial use and commercial properties for sale, Akani Properties definitely has the resources to make that match for you.

Some of the world's leading multinational corporations trust us to act as their letting agents, shouldn't you?