Earlier this week, Citywire Investment Trust Insider released an article featuring insights from Ben Green, principal at Atrato Capital, Schroder’s James Agar, manager of Ground Rents Income, and Kenneth Mackenzie, manager of Target Healthcare Reit.
The article, written by Michelle McGagh gives an enlightening view of how real estate trusts like Supermarket Income Reit have become more popular as investors look for more secure, long-term income and benefit from the uplift that long, inflation-linked, leases provide.
Ben Green commented:
‘When we started SUPR we thought the assets were undervalued and we are beginning to see the rest of the market recognise the value in the sector. There’s scope for yields to go down and asset prices to go up, which is great for our shareholders because they will benefit from that increase in value.’
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