Investors are starting to hone in on attractive entry points into the beleaguered property sector, especially among more specialist and less-London centric closed-ended vehicles, after a "savage de-rating" following the Brexit vote and a raft of open-ended fund suspensions.
Outflows from the property sector had already started to build before the EU referendum on 23 June, but the rush for the exit snowballed after the leave vote was announced. Dealing on a number of open-ended...
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