Calum Bruce, manager of the £237m Ediston Property Investment Company, has said demand for UK commercial property from both domestic and overseas investors is still strong and yields remain "firm", despite volatility and increased nervousness surrounding the UK's exit from the European Union (EU).
The manager, who looks for value and mispricing within the market, said there will always be catalysts for change, such as geopolitical uncertainties like Brexit, but these also provide opportunities....
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