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|langland - thnx for that - extremely relevant. A trend we noted last year, but that article adds some meat to the bone.|
|Some relevance to LSR....
Many thanks. I will e-mail the company if I can get out of The Gambia, and ask them to let shareholders know which lots they are putting into each auction, so we can follow their progress.
Hopefully the airport will be open, and we can leave...lol...|
Lot 65 (Bathgate) is using DWF LLP as solicitors and that is who LSR use for their Scottish properties, hence I'm saying it's a might be.
With regard to the other 4, including Crowthorne, these all belonged to LSR at one time and I'm presuming that they still do. All 4 were included in the original prospectus which is still on the LSR website under Shareholder Reports. At that time two units at Crowthorne are shown as occupied by an estate agent and one as miscellaneous.|
|You are right it doesnt !! I dont know|
So, are you saying it is an LSR property. It doesn't seem to fit in the "roadmap" criteria.|
Apart from an Eversheds link, have you managed to match any lots to LSR?|
|Tilts Used to be occupied by Taflins Estate Agents Danger is that one of the deals in sols hands might fall through You would have thought that they would have waited til all signed up and waited for the next auction Unknown tenants at this stage
My property contact in Crowthorne says they have done extremly well to get these units away without further incentives so fingers crossed|
|If Lot 15 is LSR, then it represents a decent part of the vacant portfolio, and looks worth well north of 500k.
Just hope it is one of ours!|
They must be confident that the leases are going through prior to auction !!|
|Strath well spotted I hoped someone was going to do the legwork! Many years ago I was chasing on behalf of an established client a small shopping precinct which went into an Allsopps auction
He entrusted me to go and bid on his behalf and we agreed a top price and he gave me a signed blank cheque(the fool) and off I trotted .
I hadnt bid at an auction before so naturaly I was alittle apprehensive I thought Iill stand at the back of the room It was late in the day It was quickly bid up to my max with another punter Duncan Moir was going quickly What I hadnt realised realised was that the next bid wasnt struck and I had turned turtle and walked out of the room thinking I had lost it as my max had been reached
It hadnt andwas unsold ands my client eventualy paid another £10k afterwards Fortunately he wasnt too upset with me but I certainly didnt get a fee or ever asked to attend an auction again!!!!|
|Hillofwad - I've had a look at the catalogue and lots 6, 15, 128 & 138 appear to be from LSR and possibly 65 in Scotland. Lots 128 & 138 appear to fit the criteria for sales laid out in the annual report but not sure about the others.|
February catalogue ow on line .Anyone identify any stock .Solictors always a good clue !|
|looks like the share price got proped up for the end of year figures for some ones bonus lol!|
|Tilts Had to keep a few!! To be honest just got a bit twitchy . Im happy enough now they have upped the ante on the sales front .Looking forward to seeing Allsopps banging down the gavel and if we can see a 10-12% improvement on the share price during 2017 I will even back one of Grahame Whateley,s horses .|
Are you out now, or still running a few?|
|The full impact on LSR of Brexit is debatable .The portfolio sale had been agreed well before that and the BODS hung their hat on a buyer who had difficuty in arranging the finance and failed to perform on one or more occasion.Bad judgement .Meanwhile the Auction Houses hadnt missed a beat selling well throughout the year and other buyers disappeared off the emap
We could have easily entered 2107 with a further £40m worth of kit jettisoned but not to be .So the success or otherwise seems now to rest in the capable hands of Duncan Moir. Sold to you ,sir you with the big nose at the back !|
|CONGRATULATIONS to all LSR holders:
If you decided to hold a propco in your portfolio in 2016, at least LSR was one of the top performers, closing the year up c5%.
The sector as a whole took a bashing post Brexit...and still hasn't recovered. This chart plots LSR against the REIT index and the widely held property investment trust TR Property Trust:
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
I reckon we'll substantially improve on that 5% in 2017.|
Well done. I'm still looking to buy lower down.|
|I sold 20k yesterday at 28.13 and 20k on the 20th at 28p. Got my 28p in the end Tilts and more to come!!!|
|I have sold 40k shares in the last week|
|No need to bow!
we = as a firm|
|@tilts - who's "we", are you royal? ;)
Totally agree on the tiny part-fills - infuriating when on a minimum commission! Worse, sometimes after a tiny part-fill, the size is too small to close again - broker won't allow eg 50 shares onto OB.|
|it's all part of the fun of the markets|
|Many thanks Tilts, certainly ties in with my experience.|