Property is still a good bet for investors despite doom and gloom
predictions, claim experts.
While some of the biggest lenders believe the property market has peaked,
some pundits still see rental and commercial property as a sure way of
giving returns of over 7 per cent.
Last month's Nationwide house price index suggested price rises are
unsustainable and the market must slow.
Annuity Bureau director Ronnie Lymburn says: “I still think, with its
combination of capital growth and rental yield, you are better off looking
at commercial and residential rental property than some other asset
Investment manager for Liberty International Asset Management's portfolio
property fund Robin White says: “The imbalance between supply and demand
has been sustained because of the lack of properties being built, even with
investment banks releasing some properties. Yields still stand at around 7