The recent rise in gilt yields to levels above those seen in the aftermath of the mini-Budget has not triggered a similar rush to sell property assets. In part because past falls in capital values mean multi-asset funds are unlikely to become overexposed to property. Nevertheless, higher gilt yields mean property once again looks overvalued and we expect a further fall in capital values of around 5% this year.
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