A Guide to Institutional Property Investment by Angus P. J. McIntosh, Stephen G. Sykes (auth.)

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The rent is normally paid quarterly in advance. Almost all institutional leases now provide that the rent is reviewed, normally every 5 years, in an upward direction to the then 'open market' value of the premises. If rent is paid later than the date specified in the lease, the landlord can often charge the tenant interest in addition to the rent. The system of paying rent net of all other costs relating to the property has developed over the last 30 years in the UK in response to the demands of the investing institutions.

As if following Galbraith's thesis[3] the small entrepreneurial property industry has largely disappeared. It has been dramatically replaced by an oligopolistic commercial property industry, largely composed of major building contractors and investing institutions who have reserves of unliquidated gains and are therefore able to withstand harsh monetary policies. PROPERTY INVESTMENT VERSUS EQUITIES Life assurance companies have traditionally invested in government securities. Such investments give the investor a known rate of return upon which he can depend.

On the one hand they have given tax allowance and a variety of subsidies, 24 Historical Perspective particularly for instance to encourage regional development. Yet on the other hand they have nationalised industries and allowed conglomerate companies to expand. The Monopolies Commission has been powerless in many situations. The growth of these industrial and trading giants, both within the UK and internationally, has been one of the dominant trends of the last 30 years. Property played a leading role in this change and a practice known as 'asset-stripping' became prevalent in cases where the value of trading companies and their accounts failed to reflect the true value of their underlying property assets.

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