Teather & Greenwood is launching an Aim-quoted residential property company to be marketed to Sipp, ...
Teather & Greenwood is launching an Aim-quoted residential property company to be marketed to Sipp, Ssas and Furb investors. The company, Property Investment for Pensions (Pip), is targeting a £20m launch in April and offers exposure to the residential buy-to-let market with the tax breaks available to Aim investors holding stock for more than two years.
Pip will be managed by Invest-in-Property, a residential property investment group chaired by Andrew Reeves. Minimum investment is £10,000 and intermediary commission is 2.5%.
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