High yields appeal at A&R

August 2009
EG: Estates Gazette;8/1/2009, Issue 930, p41
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The article discusses the results of the July 2009 auction of Andrews & Robertson. The real property sales totaled 13.4 million British pounds, with 70% of the 101 commercial and residential properties auctioned sold. Post auction sales boosted the total to 15 million British pounds, increasing the success rate to 79%. Residential investment stock yields were posted at almost 10% while returns on assured shorthold tenancies had an average of 9.45%.


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