Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Purplebricks Group LSE:PURP London Ordinary Share GB00BYV2MV74 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.25p +0.52% 437.25p 434.50p 437.25p 439.75p 426.00p 434.00p 76,550 12:44:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 46.7 -6.0 -1.0 - 1,187.37

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21/8/2017
09:20
Purplebricks Daily Update: Purplebricks Group is listed in the Real Estate sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PURP. The last closing price for Purplebricks was 435p.
Purplebricks Group has a 4 week average price of 392p and a 12 week average price of 330.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 525p while the 1 year low share price is currently 100p.
There are currently 271,554,027 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,572,415 shares. The market capitalisation of Purplebricks Group is £1,189,406,638.26.
15/8/2017
08:39
trt: Have to say can see the share price falling below £4 at this rate !!
13/8/2017
15:19
boofay: Investors just need to decide if pb is honest or not.If the public deem them not,,then thats it. I feel they are not,,but their share price over last year has shown that means nothing. - they imply they are free on their adverts becuase you pay no commission....you pay a fee.... that is fake advertising at its best. -trustpilot is fake. Purplebricks scores terribly on independant sites like google and alltheagents. They dont even let you rate them on facebook due to the truth being so harsh. -You PAY ANY WAY - if they were no sale no fee i would agree they were the good guys. What other industry charges before you actually get the product..the product being a sale not a few photos. - They have reinvented the review system. Real customers review after they have used the product, not the day they sign up. - Sellers do the viewings themselves which has security and stress associated with it - sellers negotiate themselves...they could be losing £1000's by not being hard enough, or worse, being bullied into it by the buyer. ( savvy investors now look for purplebricks property for this reason) - Aftersales is shocking, a call centre simply cannot chase a sale through for a stressed seller. This is 80% of an agents job once the sale has been agreed.
07/8/2017
22:29
ltcm1: Perhaps we should examine the Bull case a little more??? 1.2m houses to go for per annum. Could a net profit of 80m a year be possible for PURP? I presume they will rack the price up and sell other products. A relentless advertising spend to crush competitors. Then there are the foreign ventures on top. With Betfair, which was a similar situation, what happened is it took them a long time to gain traction and the share price more than halved. Their betting exchange never delivered the expected profits but what saved them was a big customer base and they ended up making a lot more from mobile casino games than their innovative exchange. So if PURP can do a lot of cross selling say then they could make a lot more from these other products than the estate agency side. If PURP goes above 520 they will have recovered from the knock they had and what is to stop a run to 700??? If you can build an argument they can make 80-100m a year in a few years time it becomes very hard to build a bear case. I don't think estate agency alone can produce this at the current price point but perhaps there is more to this business?
07/8/2017
15:12
ltcm1: So 'star investor' Neil Woodford owns 30% of PURP right??? Call me cynical but doesn't Woodford have a huge incentive to boost the PURP price to cover his ricks in Allied Minds (down 70%) and the US Pharma he had a total wipeout in after some fraud by the Directors??? Are we really to believe the likes of Foxtons and Savills are going to just stand by and let PURP eat their lunch??? Or that the Californian fraternity will let PURP just walk on in??? I would love to short these guys but how can a position be taken when Mr Woodford can stay irrational far longer than anyone else can stay solvent???
03/8/2017
04:06
paulypilot: Quite a weak "expose" on PURP, I thought. Nothing of substance, that can't be fixed. Also, at least the CEO of PURP showed up in the Watchdog studio, and apologised - of sorts. I think he comes across as very nervous, and awkward - needs some media training. Or get someone else to do it. He should have just apologised profusely & unreservedly, and promised to fix everything. That would have totally neutralised the interviewer. Instead, she had to drag that out of him. Schoolboy errors really. Overall impact - nothing, I would say. So share price should rebound strongly. Regards, Paul. (very long - PURP is a rare, scaled-up internet disrupter, so very valuable)
01/8/2017
09:25
tarrant777: Could the bears and shorters finally be getting the upper hand?Trying to compare Purplebricks to companies like Amazon etc to justify the crazy share price (4/5x too high in my opinion) is so utterly ridiculous to be worthy of comment.
28/7/2017
11:58
ih_375993: Hydrus, Not all areas have London house prices. I recently compared costs on a House of around £175000 in the North West and found the traditional agent offered no sale no fee and fees of around double PURP. Thus if they lowered fee to PURP price and took away, no sale no fee they would break even , profit very quickly. ie Trad Agent: 2 houses on with no sale no fee - if one sold and one not sold they get c£2000 minus 2 lots of marketing costs. Purp: 2 houses up, guaranteed c£2000(approx) whether sold or not. Many agents would take the upfront guaranteed income, and some are already starting to offer this.
20/7/2017
09:19
andy: rog, I know you haven't, maybe you should try and discuss the merits of the company? STILL waiting for rackers to show me even one "deramp" I guess I won't be holding m=y breath, but at least the good people here can see those that are making allegations cannot back them up, when called to do so, and form their won opinon of why they can't! Come on Rog, the share price is up this morning. why not discuss PURP instead of all the personal attacks, eh Rog?
06/6/2017
18:27
melody9999: Lydnem - bit bored by this. Based on all your posts advising same, you must have gone short today when the share price fell. 6 Jun '17 - 13:07 - 748 of 769 This is the start of the reversal imho. I expect 80-100 off the share price. Pls confirm you are short around 410p...ie you are putting your money where your mouth is. .
13/2/2017
11:45
cyberduck: trytotakeiteasy, this is why people are investing. They do see fast and profitable growth. Hardman & Co predict 10% market share and suggest they're being conservative. As for marketing costs - I think these will be less of an issue as word of mouth and the "for sale" signs start to do a lot of the work. They predict break-even this financial year. Margins - I can't really see competitors spending the amount required on marketing and then trying to take market share from PB by having lower prices. They will be targeting the traditional estate agents share of the market which is currently about 95% of it with the average commission being about £4000. I don't see much of a future for high street estate agents. 90% of properties are currently found via online portals. Clearly PB need to tick boxes to maintain the current high share price and any bad news will hit the share price, especially as the share float is pretty small. Not for the faint hearted but I think the forecasts are realistic and possibly even on the conservative side.
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