Real Estate newsletter — May 2013
Nabarro has released the May 2013 edition of its Real Estate newsletter. Topics covered include mixed-use structure and statute, ‘slotting’ regulations, property authorised investment funds and more.
As we have already seen*, mixed-use buildings are increasingly common in the commercial investment market. The potential complications associated with the residential element of such buildings mean that investors in mixed-use properties need to consider the structure and implications of any residential element before they invest.
The acquisition of a mixed-use property needs to be treated with caution even where the residential element looks to be ancillary to the main commercial use. The degree of caution required depends very much on the nature and structure of the residential elements…
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