Yielders has a number of risk mitigation tactics in order to reduce the risks prevented by a downturn wherever possible. Unlikely many of our competitors, we are entirely unleveraged so there is no risk of our assets entering negative equity. Moreover, all investors have equal voting rights, thus if an asset does not achieve a desirable valuation upon the conclusion of the investment term, then investors can vote to extend the period and keep the asset generating yields until a preferable sale price can be achieved.

Finally, Yielders targets properties that have demand that is resilient to exogenous macroeconomic shocks. This includes HMO properties in areas such as student accommodation, demand for which we expect to remain strong in spite of potential prevailing volatility.

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