Stephen Yorke, CEO of D&G Investment Management Limited which manages the fund said: “We are absolutely thrilled that Lee Hing Development will be joining us in partnership to grow the Fund and make money for all our investors. This equity investment gives us the ammunition to buy and improve prime London assets and extract real value over the next few years. Prime London property has been incredibly resilient over the last couple of difficult years and has acted as a good protector of wealth.”
With finance increasingly hard to secure and the threat of rising interest rates, some personal finance investors may choose to take advantage of this market by investing through a residential property fund. The minimum investment in the open ended, monthly trading Prime London Capital Fund is one thousand pounds; the fund has annual target return of 9 percent.
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