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Strutt & Parker Real Estate Financial Services – SPREFS Commercial Property Fund

Type:
Closed-ended fund

Aim:
Growth and income by investing in UK commercial property

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £15,000,
Isa £3,000

Investment split:
19.7% industrial, 25.3% offices, 55% retail

Place of registration:
Dublin

Charges:
Initial 5%,
annual 1.25%

Commission:
Initial 3%

Tel: 0870 420 5511

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