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The UK pension market has opened up to allow investors to consider alternative strategies to meet their goals and needs. This has led to enormous opportunities for the right developments to sell to a previously untapped market.
Current pension legislation allows investment in Commercial Property both in the UK and Overseas. Properly structured developments can make attractive assets for investors to hold in their pension schemes.
To ensure market success for your project you need to know that you are working with the right partners who are experienced in delivering products in a format which can be an approved investment under current legislation.
RealSIPP has developed strong working relationships with a number of the UK’s leading pension companies and specifically specialist trustees. We also work closely with a number of high quality property agents and networks which can help to deliver the right products to the market and end client. This allows us to provide exclusive and bespoke services to ensure your project is fully compliant, has an approved pension package and is a valued investment opportunity for the market.
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RealSIPP does not provide individual financial advice on any of the developments in which clients may wish to invest. We provide generic information on the considerations and risks associated with property investment.
Client should be aware that their property purchase is not a regulated investment and therefore they will not be covered by the usual forms of consumer protection conveyed within the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. If you are in any doubt over your chosen investment and it’s suitability to your needs and circumstances you should seek professional advice from a suitably qualified Independent Financial Adviser.
RealSIPP LLP is an appointed representative of CIB (Life & Pensions) Ltd who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority