Property finds a footing

Salih, Chris
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p30
The article focuses on the market condition of the real property sector in Great Britain. Due to outflows, liquidity, and lock-ins within the industry, advisers were left facing the turmoil in line with the rapid decline of asset values. Despite market challenges, the sector still believes that there are more stability coming to the sector.


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