FundCalibre investors shun property funds

Sam Slator 01/07/16 in Property

Perhaps reflecting uncertainty in the asset class in the lead up to and following the UK’s Brexit vote, June’s poll question around property investing gave mixed results.

When asked in which type of property fund our visitors would prefer to invest, 40%* indicated they would not invest in property funds at all at this time, while 35%* favoured funds holding commercial property and 25%* preferred property equities funds.

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*Results based on feedback from 43 FundCalibre visitors from 01/06/16 – 29/06/16

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