Property generally has seen increasing popularity as an asset class since the global financial crisis. Its quality as a ‘real asset’ offering the potential for regular, inflation-adjusted income as well as some capital growth has proved attractive for many investors seeking alternatives to conventional equities and bonds, which suffered so much. What investors might also have discovered about property is that there is more to it than just the traditional bricks-and-mortar commercial property fund approach.

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Posted: 07/10/2015 Categories: News

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