Catch up on our webinar covering ‘The search for secure income’.

In an uncertain world, many advisers are seeking less volatile investments with more predictable, inflation protected income streams. We believe that long income property should form a core part of any investor’s portfolio, but in particular those clients in the decumulation stage needing steady, long-term income streams from their investments.

 

The Search for Secure Income from TIME Investments on Vimeo.

 

This webinar will help advisers who are:

  • Searching for stable income streams for clients
  • Looking for a defensive holding in their clients’ portfolios
  • Seeking an asset class that can help de-risk portfolios
  • Running model portfolios or fund research for their clients
  • Fund researchers seeking to add diversification to portfolios

 

Why choose TIME:Commercial Freehold?

  • Targets stable, inflation linked income of at least 4%
  • Maintained constant monthly liquidity since inception
  • Potential for capital growth
  • Rated ‘3 Low Risk’ by Dynamic Planner
  • Rated ‘3.4 Balanced’ by Synaptic
  • Investment team with 20+ years track record of success in this sector
  • Accessible through most platforms and off shore bonds
  • Available as ISA and SIPP

 

Find out more about TIME:Commercial Freehold

 

If you have any questions or would like to find out more about this offer, please contact us on 020 7391 4747 or questions@time-investments.com.

Posted: 09/08/2017 Categories: Events, Income, News, TIME:Commercial Long Income, TIME:Freehold

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