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|Errrm I would hope they do as they are likely to be same money for it as you. (Though given the level of your statement, they'll likely have higher standards though)Regards,Source.|
|If you're some Somalian with 6 kids you're upgrading from a mud hut to a house with a bendy ceiling and a toilet not in the middle of some paddy field. They are not going to complain are they?|
|Sorry shaker44. No unfinished post intended. I was going to have a go at mondaytuesday for yet another of his foul-mouthed posts, but I decided not to waste my time. I have no wish to cast my pearls before swine.|
|Adding to the debate about unfinished Bovis posts???|
|Built for immigrants?|
|To add to the debate about unfinished Bovis Homes:
Smacks of desperation to tidy up the end of year figures. Big time fail!|
|speaking of pieces of sh1t...|
|well Bovis is down 21% from immediate pre-Brexit level. That's way more than any other housebuilder.
BKG and TW. are down about 12.5% as are a few others.
Persimmon down about 5%.
The news from BVS has been disappointing but I think the shares are at a very cheap level against its peers now given it has the best book-to-value metric and is yielding nearly 5%.|
|not unusual to 'discount' for early completion. Storm in a teacup. Ceo was out because ineffective and has been for a while.|
|Just saying olt chap
Didnt know why CEO LEFT (maybe)|
|err....so what. A cash incentive to complete by a certain date? Sounds like a good deal for everyone.|
|11:34 Bovis Homes Group PLC (BVS) Media reports claim Bovis paid bribes to hit sales targets|
Media reports claim Bovis paid bribes to hit sales targets
Media reports emerged that Bovis allegedly paid incentives to persuade buyers to move into unfinished homes.
The bribes of up to £3,000 were apparently used to persuade buyers to complete deals by 23 December, in order to hit sales targets.
Bovis Homes chief executive David Ritchie resigned on Monday with immediate effect.
At 11:34am: (LON:BVS) Bovis Homes Group PLC share price was -25.5p at 817p
Story provided by StockMarketWire.com|
|BVS the cheapest looking housebuilder on the price to book metric.
also almost 5% yield.|
|is there an update due tomorrow.
Friday 25 November, 2016
Bovis Homes Group
RNS Number : 1879Q
Bovis Homes Group PLC
25 November 2016
Bovis Homes Group PLC
Bovis Homes Group PLC today announces the intended dates for its 2017 financial calendar:
A trading update for the year ended 31 December 2016 will be issued on Friday 13 January 2017.
Preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2016 will be issued on Monday 20 February 2017.
An AGM Statement will be issued on the day of the Company's Annual General Meeting, which is being held on Tuesday 2 May 2017.
Half year results for the six months ending 30 June 2017 will be issued on Monday 14 August 2017.|
|Look at the uneven floor and ceilings this is worse then third world huts!
|Sold half my holding last week. Warnings come in 3's it seems, so will see what pans out over the next quarter, before taking decision.|
|Surely a new experienced ceo with drive can turn this around fast.
Not rocket science. Buy land at the right price, get the right house built cost efficiently and sell'em!
And yet the shares are priced well below their peers. I smell value here.....|
|Bovis paid £3,000 'bribes' to persuade buyers to move into unfinished homes in desperate bid to inflate sales
Would never buy a home from Bovis.|
|'Why Bovis needed a breath of fresh air'
|Not holding but on the watchlist.
11th jan UBS neutral tp 850p
"Bovis accused of pressuring buyers to move into unfinished homes"
|Teegraph , Questor 'buy' tip today............
Questor already owns Crest Nicholson in its income portfolio but today tips Bovis Homes , a smaller builder with a focus on the south east – outside London. A December profit warning, after it pushed back the completion date of 180 properties, saw its share price slump 7pc to 792p.
It has since recovered, possibly helped by the resignation of chief executive David Ritchie on Monday. Finance director Earl Sibley is managing the business. Bovis’s price-to-book ratio is the lowest of any of its peers, at a multiple of 1.1. Larger rivalPersimmon, for instance, has a p-b ratio of 2.5 times.
While the exit of its chief executive might appear to signal a company in freefall, new leadership may be what’s needed to unlock the value expressed in its narrow ratio.
Its focus on the wealthy south east but aversion to London is also a strength, as it is in prime parts of the capital where the first signs of a slowdown are being felt.
Still down 17pc from its pre-Brexit price of 1,024p, Bovis is a buy.
Questor says: buy
|Well that didn't take long. Good move, but hope the new guy can sort the lethargic performance out. Regards,Source.|