The Role of Private Alternatives in Hedging Inflation
The Appeal of UK Core Long-Income Commercial Real Estate Investing: An Attractive Alternative to Traditional Liability Matching
The UK investor has few choices to deliver income that can meet their long-term needs. Despite having less liquidity, private markets, and more specifically real estate, might be the best answer.
After a difficult period, we believe the outlook for African economies and stock markets has turned positive. In 2017 we highlighted a number of developments that would make African markets more attractive, and pleasingly many of these have come to pass.
Core Commercial Real Estate Investing: Flattening the Depreciation Curve
The principles of core real estate investing are simple: lease your property, collect your rents, watch the rent grow over time and enjoy capital appreciation where market conditions permit. At the end of the lease term, be ready to refurbish the property and lease it up again.
UK Commercial Real Estate: High Yield Needn’t Mean High Risk
With 10-year UK Government bonds (“Gilts”) and US Treasury Bonds offering 0.8% and 1.6% respectively at the time of writing and the FTSE 100 Index offering an aggregated dividend yield of 3.8% as at 31st December 2020, what is a fair yield for core UK real estate?