The near future of commercial property: interview with Will Evers

For those interested in the fortunes of the commercial property market in the UK, we present this interview below with Will Evers, head of long income at LondonMetric. Will joined them from inception in 2010 having previously worked at LaSalle Investment Management and Bear Stearns. Will’s primary focus is to source and execute investment opportunities whilst having responsibility for the management and performance of their long income and retail portfolio. LondonMetric is a FTSE 250 REIT that owns and manages real estate that meets occupiers demands and delivers reliable, repetitive and growing income-led returns and outperforms over the long term.

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The near future of commercial property: interview with Will Evers

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