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Iput portfolio up 30 per cent on office demand

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
15th August, 2015
Iput's 1.5 billion portfolio includes holdings in commercial property in Dublin City Centre

Iput, the country’s biggest property investment fund, has seen the value of its portfolio rocket by 30 per cent in a year.

In a report sent to investors, Iput said its assets are now valued at almost €1.5 billion, after returning 6.1 per cent in the three months to the end of June. The increase was due to a combination of capital growth and rental income gains.

The fund generated rents of €21 million on...

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