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UK Commercial Property Valuation Monitor (Q1 24)

A combination of a further rise in property yields and fall in alternative asset yields drove an improvement in property valuations in Q1. The more recent rise in risk-free rates implies that improvement may stall in Q2. But beyond that we still think the 10-year gilt yield will fall to 3.25% by end-24, which will help to improve valuations and stabilise property yields in most sectors.

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