Auterac, Richard
September 2014
EG: Estates Gazette;9/20/2014, Issue 1438, p05a
Trade Publication
The author looks at properties sold at auctions in July 2014 to determine if there is a shift in the attitude of investors to lease lengths. Topics discussed include income security as a determinant of investment value, a buying strategy that seeks to secure a return that is ahead of what investors can get from a savings account and analysis of yields by unexpired term indicating assets with the shortest unexpired term as having the strongest yield compression.


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