With increasing uncertainty and market volatility, a blended passive-active investing strategy can play an important role in allocating assets in today's unpredictable environment.
Stonewood Alchemy Real Estate was recently featured in BusinessDay, which detailed the Group's latest $85m deal for the purchase of 16 extended-stay style American hotels in Texas and Oklahoma.
Following a tumultuous year, 2019 is shaping up to be a tale of two halves for South Africa. Exploring the alternative investment universe could be a valuable solution to unlock value in this volatile market.
Stonewood Alchemy Real Estate (SARE) today announced that it has acquired, together with its U.S. partners and investors, 16 Extended Stay America hotels in Texas and Oklahoma.
Amidst the backdrop of sluggish economic growth, political instability, and policy uncertainty, South Africa's high net worth individuals (HNWI) are increasingly looking to build their asset base offshore.
Stonewood Alchemy Real Estate (SARE) aims to broaden the reach of their US property portfolio with an investment in the fast growing extended-stay hotel sector, that would add demographic diversification.
Ageing baby boomers in the US having a significant impact on retirement and consumption patterns over the next few decades offers a significant opportunity for Stonewood Alchemy Real Estate (SARE).
The recent strengthening of the Rand after eight years of continued weakness, has many investors asking the question of whether they should be repatriating capital before the Rand strengthens further.
Content owners will continue to be able to earn substantial returns as long as they can successfully navigate the introduction of new platforms and changing media landscape.
Why we believe that Stonewood's deep-value orientated stock selection approach will deliver a superior result to investors over the next 3-5 years.
The best way to protect your wealth in a volatile and depreciating Rand environment is to move assets offshore on a consistent and regular basis.