TIME Investments launches retail commercial property fund

Alice Rigby

TIME Investments has launched a new property fund offering retail investors access to commercial freeholds.

The new TIME:Commercial Freehold fund will be co-managed by managing director Nigel Ashfield and acquisitions and portfolio director Patrick Grant, who joined TIME from CBRE. The product targets an annual distribution of 4%, with the potential for capital growth by investing in long-term positions in commercial freeholds. It will aim to split assets equally between commercial freeholds with ground rents and commercial freeholds with long leases in the UK. Is there any value left in the property sector? Previously, retail investors had no access to such products, which were re...

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