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Buckles Investment Services – Snowdonia Property Fund

Buckles Investment Services

Snowdonia Property Fund

Type: Oeic fund of funds??Aim: Income and growth by investing in real estate investment trusts, offshore property investment companies and other commercial property shares in Europe including the UK

Minimum investment: Lump sum 3,000, ?monthly 50
?Investment split: 51% UK, 16% Netherlands, 12% France, 7% Switzerland, 6% Belgium, 4% Finland, 3% Sweden ??Isa link: Yes??Pep transfers: Yes??Charges: Initial 5.27%, annual 1.5%??Commission: Initial 3%, renewal 0.5%??Tel: 01745 345 13


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