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Think/Value-Add: Secondary by nature but with the potential to deliver prime returns

​​When arguing the virtues of value-add/good secondary property in the UK, it has felt at times like one is swimming against the tide. Perhaps understandably, investors recently have been largely risk averse and extremely nervous to take on any added stress. But the truth is, within the context of property, the term ‘secondary’ is often seen as a dirty word, which for those investors with an eye for bargain, means it remains overlooked. With greater upside potential on the pricing front, it would be remiss to ignore a significant chunk of the market still unloved by the majority.

​When arguing the virtues of value-add/good secondary property in the UK, it has felt at times like one is swimming against the tide. Perhaps understandably, investors recently have been largely risk averse and extremely nervous to take on any added stress. But the truth is, within the context of property, the term ‘secondary’ is often seen as a dirty word, which for those investors with an eye for bargain, means it remains overlooked. With greater upside potential on the pricing front, it would be remiss to ignore a significant chunk of the market still unloved by the majority.

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