We are selling out now even though the shares already reflect the news, as the future is too opaque for our remit.
The latest figures provide more evidence that the growth of property prices is slowing down.
House prices have been rising at a slower rate over the past year, while the monthly picture is even bleaker.
Downsizing could give many older people easy access to funds they need for a more comfortable retirement, and perhaps for long-term care, says Faith Glasgow.
If house prices continue to rise over the next few years, the average price in England could hit £983,826 by 2037, new research reveals.
Commercial property is still a good option if you want an asset that delivers reliable and steady income flow, says Alexander Garratt.
There will be tougher times ahead for buy-to-let investors after the stamp duty and income tax relief raids, says Alexander Garratt.
Property funds have upped their cash weightings to over 20 per cent as they continue to improve their liquidity after the slew of suspensions last year.