In a post Brexit world of uncertainty and market turbulence, many advisers are seeking less volatile investments with more predictable income streams. We believe that Long Income Property should form a core part of any investors’ portfolio.

Here is our latest webinar providing insight into investing in long income property. This webinar covers:

  • Defensive income strategies
  • Overview of the Long Income Property market
  • Introduction to TIME:Commercial Freehold
  • Target clients
  • Diversification for clients’ portfolios

 

About TIME:Commercial Freehold

From the same team that manage the 23 year old ground rent fund TIME:Freehold, dubbed “Best fund in the universe” by Trustnet, TIME:Commercial Freehold invests in commercial property with good yields, reliable cashflows and strong tenants on long leases (known as Long Income Property). The fund aims to deliver a target gross distribution of 4% p.a. with the potential for capital growth, a target which has been met since inception.

Find out more about TIME:Commercial Freehold

If you have any questions or would like to find out about any of our investment solutions, please contact us on 020 7391 4747 or questions@time-investments.com

 

Posted: 05/07/2016 Categories: News

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