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Williams De Broe – First Housing Investment Trust

Friday, 23rd March 2001.



Type: Split-capital investment trust.

Aim: Growth and income by investing in properties in England, Scotland and Wales with a maximum value of £125,000 in London and £85,000 elsewhere.

Minimum investment: £2,000.

Maximum investment: None.

Investment split: 100 per cent in properties in England, Scotland and Wales.

Types of share: Capital shares and income shares.

Isa link: No.

Pep transfers: No.

Redemption date: April 24, 2011.

Charges: None.

Commission: Initial – income shares 1 per cent capital shares 3 per cent.

Tel: 020 7898 2380.

 

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