Prime movers

Rowley, Fiona
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p44
In this article, the author discusses the financial performance of the commercial property market in Great Britain. It is said that the commercial property remains to diminish, eventhough the rate of decline is slowing. It is stated that there are signs of yields in the prime commercial property sector since they have good quality tenants on long leases.


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