By Daniel Thomas, Daniel Thomas Daniel Thomas11 March 2005
Leases are shorter, break clauses are commonplace and rental growth has stalled: tenants have never had it so good. Yet now, the upward-only rent review – one of the key reasons for property’s status as one of Britain’s three main asset classes, with equities and gilts – is under threat. ...
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