Commercial real estate is one of the least favoured sectors among equity fund managers now and since 2009, and many real estate investment trusts trade at significant discounts to net asset value. But if we are at a cyclical low point, this might be a good time to buy. Matthew Saperia, real estate analyst at Peel Hunt, tells us what he thinks and why income seekers should choose property over cash-like investments and bonds.
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