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Walls & Futures London Growth Fund added to AJ Bell and Transact

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The Walls & Futures London Growth Fund, a Central London residential property fund, has been added to the AJ Bell and Transact wrap platforms.

The Scottish limited partnership is 100 per cent tax transparent and is the only UK domiciled prime Central London fund available to investors.

In addition it has been accepted for investment by over 18 Sipp/Ssas providers.

The fund has a five year life with a target return of 10.49 per cent (IRR). Returns will be generated by acquiring assets below market value which will be refurbished or redeveloped to create additional value.

With a minimum investment of GBP25,000 investors can own a diverse portfolio of residential property in Chelsea, Fulham, West Kensington, Putney, Wandsworth, Battersea, Southfields and Earlsfield.

Joe McTaggart, Walls & Futures managing director, says: “Interest in residential property has increased dramatically in 2010, especially London which is leading the recovery.

“UK residential property is a good diversifier with a low correlation with bonds and equities. Over the long term it offers lower volatility while delivering higher returns with a lower risk profile.

“Being available on the AJ Bell and Transact wrapper platforms enables more of our IFA and wealth management clients to access and invest in the fund.”

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