Funds & ETFs 

Property ETFs are not a substitute for active funds

A number of open-ended direct commercial property funds have stopped investors taking out their money following a wave of redemption requests, which intensified following the vote for Brexit. If you are looking round for alternatives, there are a number of exchange traded funds (ETFs) which invest in property, and as these funds are stock market listed they are easier to sell. However, they will not necessarily fulfil the same function in your portfolio.

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