Michelle McGagh recently sat down with Nigel Ashfield, MD of TIME and Fund Manager of TIME:Commercial Freehold, to find out about where our long income property fund sits in a post-Brexit market.

Her article ‘Can commercial property become a ‘safe haven’?’ tackles the difference between TIME:Commercial Freehold and the larger commercial property funds that have been suspending recently, focusing on the advantages of long income property.

Read the full Citywire article

“The fact that the leases are inflation-linked is also a selling point for the fund, which should mean returns will continue to keep pace with living costs; important for the older investors in the fund who are using it to fund their retirement via drawdown plans.”


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Posted: 08/08/2016 Categories: Income, News, Press, TIME:Commercial Long Income

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