Fund prices and performanceUp-to-date information on fund prices and performance
It’s important to know how your funds have been performing and how they’re invested.
Here you can find out your fund’s most recent price and performance and download a factsheet for more information.
For an even more detailed analysis of funds try our Charting and Analysis Tool.
Please note: past performance is no guide to future performance.
The value of an investment can go down as well as up for a number of reasons, for example market and currency movements. You may get back less than originally invested.
When there are more people leaving property funds than investing in them, the managers may have to sell properties to pay claims.
If this is the case, one or both of the following steps may be taken to protect the remaining investors in any fund investing either directly in property, or in other funds that are mainly invested in property:
When it’s felt there’s a definite trend towards more people selling units in the fund than buying units, the valuation basis may change to reflect this. This will result in a drop in our fund price. This will be bigger than for other types of funds because of the extra costs involved in buying and selling property when compared with, say, shares.
We may also, but not necessarily, delay acting on instructions to switch/cash in an investor’s investment by anything up to 12 months, if market conditions make it difficult for the manager to sell properties at a fair price.
The value of properties is determined by independent valuers appointed by a fund manager and is generally a matter of their opinion rather than fact. Please be aware that the value of property funds can fall as well as rise for a number of reasons. You may get back less than originally invested.