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|I see I forgot to post back here re the suspected tip...it was indeed a tip in MoneyWeek which caused a short buying spike, now going quiet again...
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|Still cheap at 60p. I wouldn't try and value these on discount measures.|
|The trades surely suggest a tip somewhere, though a bit late after the New Year.
I thought they were still expensive at 55p......they certainly are now at 60p!
Still, happy for a few chums who hold.|
|no idea why, they have received enquiries on some properties and they have promised a progressive dividend scheme.Birmingham and West Midlands in a sweet spot for rising commercial property values. We will have to wait for the update.|
|was hoping to pick some more up the lower prices but price has moved quickly , for this one any way, whats the news boys?|
|Skyship email me [email protected]ail.com and I'll oblige.H|
|Liberum are the brokers, but useless in my eyes. On current price I expect dividend yield to be close to 5% next year.|
|As I said, I like the regional portfolio, but was disappointed to see that last NAV stat. Are there any broker f/cs for the Dec 31st figure?
I'm a potential buyer, but waiting to see further drift, as at the moment the price looks to be under short-term pressure.|
Think Brum. They have bought stuff on double digit yields, and prime Birmingham is now trading on yields beginning with a 4. A lot of value here, but not showing. Wouldn't surprise me if they haven't had offers for parts of the portfolio. I expect a takeover in the next few years, as Bassi winds down.
My core portfolio holding in props.|
|Hopefully the Finals in mid-March will show an NAV uptick for holders here, as the 63.1p at the Interim stage translates to a mere 12.8% discount at the 55p offer price.
The 4.5% yield is useful, but not exceptional.
I continue to monitor, but unable to get excited about this one, even though I like the regional portfolio. Technically they look to be headed lower. With an increased NAV to c65p and an offer price near 50p, they will then look value...
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|Birmingham and Midlands property doing very well, a canny management here.|
|poor website still showing properties sold a couple years ago
management get paid enough to keep it updated.
be nice if if small shareholders can see the correct info|
|For holders in an ISA, are you getting your dividends paid gross?|
|Interesting comments from Paul Bassi-hxxp://www.commercialnewsmedia.com/archives/50032|
|Tilts any views on EPIC?|
|Hmmm. RLE or UAI - which to choose? Both have 25% potential upside, pay increasingly good divis including special for UAI. RLE probably about current NAV whereas UAI is some 30% discount to NAV. Strong director buys for UAI in Dec/Jan. Both companies seem to be favoured by PIs. RLE thinly traded reflected in higher spread, UAI quite active ATM. Both shares appear to be rising from lows so good time to enter with UAI in the lead from the LSE chart. Decisions, decisions. Perhaps I should buy both.
What do you reckon?|
|Canny purchases with good yields will help the progressive dividend targets.|
|Hi tiltonboy, many thanks for flagging that up. Shareholder list was as actually from February 19th, so I will correct that.
Regarding a seller, I would agree given the Director purchases and those buys going through at below the mid.
|Cracking litle company|
|You might want to amend your note as Caledonia have sold, with Invesco buying the stake.|
I have also been buying this morning. Paid mid price for a few lots, and then bought at the bid. I would suspect Liberum have a seller, and will probably see a big mark at 62p at some stage.|
|Added a few thoughts and to my holding this morning, although shows up as a sell.
|Video interwith with CEO Paul Bassi
Paul Bassi, chief executive of Real Estate Investors PLC (LON:RLE) says he expects “more of the same” after the company reported its full year results for 2015.
The figures were “very much in line with management’s expectations,” he adds, after a surge of investment into the West Midlands helped the firm lift net assets by well above inflation in 2015 and raise its dividend by a third.|