Sipp commercial property clients face conditional deals

Pow, Helen
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/28/2009, p7
The article reports that several Sipp investors are being forced to utilize specific solicitors, property managers and insurance companies to invest in commercial property in Great Britain. Providers James Hay, Suffolk Life, and Capita insist that using their block insurance policies can help them maintain prices down. IPS Partnership business development director Richard Mattison stated that providers prevent investors from searching for the best rates or managing property themselves.


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