UK property sees light on horizon

Brearley, Beth
May 2013
Fundweb;5/29/2013, p26
Trade Publication
The article reports that according to analysts, property trusts in Great Britain will improve in 2013. It states that property trust managers think that the property trusts market will improve due to growing interest in secondary property and investors exploring stocks on shorter leases. Simon Elliott, head of research at financial firm Wins, highlights that property funds are in good position as they have already dealt with refinanced debt.


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