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Mass Exodus From Commercial Property

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Mass exodus from commercial property

"After attracting huge amounts of money, UK commercial property funds are now haemorrhaging cash as concerns grow over whether the market is past its peak.

UK property funds endured an outflow of £324m in the first quarter of 2007 but in the following three months redemptions almost doubled to a massive £641m, according figures published today by the Association of Real Estate Funds.

Commercial property has enjoyed a phenomenal period of high double-digit returns and the asset class has seen huge capital inflows from private investors attracted by past performance.

Over the past three years to the end of June 2007 the IPD UK All Property Index, the benchmark for commercial property performance in the UK, achieved a 60.45% return and over the past decade property has outperformed shares and government bonds by a large margin. ........."

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