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How one fund manager is banking yields of 10% on Brexit property bargains

First Property chief executive Ben Habib says he can find yields of up to 10% on commercial property investments outside of London Big institutional investors are afraid to invest because of "Brexit nervousness," Habib says. LONDON — To cash in on Brexit, look for property bargains outside London's pricey centre. First Property's £182 million Fprop Offices fund is attempting to do just that by taking advantage of investor uncertainty to find bargain offices around the country.
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