In the aftermath of the Global Financial crisis, low interest rates and the global hunt for secure income streams seem to be catalysts for a shift in investment preferences. For example, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) expects that global portfolios are rebalancing towards real estate and that real estate investment flows are going to augment towards emerging markets. As the continent with a variety of fast-growing cities, which are characterized by rapid urbanization and an expanding middle class, Africa is getting more and more attention from international companies.