The summer of 2016 is not one investors will forget in a hurry, as UK property funds suspended trading after the Brexit vote, remaining closed for some time. By October, most had reopened as flows turned positive but six months on, the sector still faces a number of challenges. Nick Montgomery (pictured), head of UK real estate investment at Schroders and manager of the £313m Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust highlights the UK cities still offering opportunities.
In this Brexit and President Trump time of market uncertainty, real estate investors and fund managers looking for attractive returns need to be both smart and patient. The suspension of the retail funds...
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