Commercial investors sustain interest despite fall in rents

Schroders still plans to launch its ground-breaking unit trust this autumn, after dismissing the buy-to-let boom as a ‘flawed, short-term phenomenon.’ London & Henley, a subsidiary of US giant Security Capital, also remains on course to create a portfolio of 5,000 flats after spending £60m this summer.

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