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Find out about the sister to fund to TIME:Freehold, which targets 4% per annum
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“The best risk-adjusted return record of any fund across the entire IMA unit trust and OEIC universe over five and ten years.” FE Trustnet December 2012
TIME:Freehold is our original property fund with over £300 million invested and boasting a 24 year track record of delivering consistent inflation beating returns uncorrelated with the stock market and property prices. It provides investors with diversified exposure to over 65,000 UK ground rents and is managed by our highly experienced team.
Strong inflows into TIME:Freehold has lead us to impose a 5% dilution levy on the fund, to protect existing investors against the costs associated with acquiring an increasing quantity of new portfolios of ground rents. The dilution levy is applied to all new investments into the fund, including top-ups made to existing holdings.
TIME:Freehold sits alongside its sister fund, TIME:Commercial Freehold, which launched in 2014. TIME:Commercial Freehold invests in long income property and targets an income return of 4% per annum with potential for capital growth. We are pleased to report that since inception the fund has consistently exceeded its target return.
TIME:Freehold invests in a diversified portfolio of ground rents, with a focus on those with long leases to provide stability, which generate steady returns. Investing in ground rents provides the opportunity for both capital and income growth through:
The fund targets a total return of 5% per annum, which to date has always been exceeded.
A ground rent, often a nominal amount such as £200 per annum, is created when a property is sold on a long lease. This typically occurs when a block of flats is built so that individual ownership of the leaseholds on each flat can be created. However, selling new houses on long leases is also common. Whether buying a house or a flat, the purchaser of the lease is obliged to pay the ground rent for the life of their lease and could forfeit their lease in the event that they default. It is estimated that £800 million of ground rents were created from newly constructed flats between 2005 and 2010. Lease lengths vary considerably with 125 years being the most common, however leases may be for as long as 999 years.
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The value of an investment in this product can fall as well as rise and investors might not get back the amount they originally put in. Neither past performance nor forecasts are reliable indicators of future results and should not be relied upon. The information on our website is not intended to constitute investment, tax or legal advice. We recommend you seek independent advice before investing in our products.
For full details of the risks associated with TIME:Freehold please read the product brochure, prospectus and application form.