TM Home Investor Fund Class D (Unbundled Net)
|Misc Residential Properties||34.84 %|
|Quadrant Court, Empire Way, London Ha9||12.84 %|
|Wickhurst Green, Horsham, Rh12||7.88 %|
|The Limes, Nottingham, Ng8||6.60 %|
|Spectrum, Blackfriars Road, Manchester M3||5.19 %|
|King Georges Park, Rowhedge, Co5||4.42 %|
|Mansion House, Colchester, Co2||3.94 %|
|Rea Road, Northfield, Birmingham. B31||3.32 %|
|Portland View, Bristol, Bs2||3.06 %|
|Henmead House, Renfields, Haywards Heath, Rh16||2.96 %|
Alan is a Past President of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, and brings a lifetime of experience of residential investment and development to Hearthstone. An experienced Chartered Surveyor and former Senior Partner of Allsop & Co, he has worked in all aspects of the acquisition, development, management and sale of residential and mixed use property. Alan is a member of the NHBC Council, past Chairman of the Residential Committee of the British Property Federation, and an Honorary Fellow of the University College of Estate Management. He also serves as Deputy Chairman at Hyde Housing Group, a large housing association owning and managing nearly 50,000 homes, where he is also Chairman of the Investment Committee.
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