Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trading New Homes LSE:TNH London Ordinary Share GB00B02Y7V92 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 55.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

Trading New Homes Share Discussion Threads

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10/10/2006
07:28
OK, so after a bit of prodding ADVFN have returned the number of shares to 2.41m. A lesson for everyone - check data against the original documents/announcements before buying or selling.
grahamg8
06/10/2006
07:38
What happened? Shares in issue suddenly went from 2.41 million to 10.99 million without any announcement.
grahamg8
05/10/2006
14:04
Thanks for that. The float raised £2.203m gross less £0.286m costs less £1.985m for Southport including periferal costs ie leaves just £0.068m in the kitty. So the 114,750 extra shares issued on 14/03/05 were needed to keep the business going @105p each = £0.120m, and these are likely to belong to Shulman and Shapiro plus any other shares they might have. Their joint holding doesn't look all that great, just under 5% total added together. Now buy Leicester for £160k and the cash pile drops to just £28k and that's before 18 months of admin expenses. Cash crisis looming?
grahamg8
02/10/2006
20:32
Can't remember exactly, but they couldn't get the original float away and had to put in some extra money. It was certainly not "loose change"!
topvest
02/10/2006
10:26
Topvest, you say Shulman and Shapiro put a fair bit of their money in at the start. Do you know how much?
grahamg8
01/10/2006
16:51
Can't disagree with the points above. However, Shulman and Shapiro, put a fair bit of their own money into this company to get it off the ground. They normally do well - just look at Solitaire Group that they have sold recently. I've not bought any of these, and won't do so until things ge clearer. However, I suspect Shulman and Shapiro might start again using this as their stock market vehicle. Then again, they may not get the cash back out of their Southport investment and the company would then fail. It's difficult to gauge at the moment, but the share price fall indicates to me that things are probably not going that well!
topvest
27/9/2006
07:55
Perhaps even more worrying is that having identified the off-plan market is a bust flush they .... go out and buy another one! See unaudited results issued on 23/08/06: comment is that the £160,000 paid for property in Leicester is ... you guessed it, still under construction. Some people never learn. By the way there don't seem to be any large shareholders. I'm not exactly sure whether this makes the Director's position stronger or weaker. Does anyone have a slant on this, could there be a hidden large shareholder?
grahamg8
25/9/2006
06:51
sounds a complete balls up to me... have they actually got the cash back.. what did they settle for ? "Following the obtaining of the Court Order the Company has concluded a settlement arrangement that will satisfy the Court Order." that is not a very specific statement... could be they have to pay back so much a month, or so much when each flat sells... why not just state exactly what is going on... what if the developer goes bust, and doesnt pay ... im in the property business, and have had loads of court orders in my favour... doesnt mean you ACTUALLY GET THE CASH ! In a statement, the company said it decided on the move as it was less optimistic about the "off-plan" market which it had initially proposed to trade in. Of course that is the case... and was when they floated !!
currypasty
24/9/2006
18:39
All looks a bit dire here! Good management team though, so watching and waiting for the new direction before deciding to invest. Anyone else following?
topvest
27/2/2006
21:53
... fast forward to Feb 2006 How come the company hasn't sold the 8 apartments yet? They were purchased more than a year ago, and it seemed they would be sold within 5 months? also using 5%+ buy back option isn't very appealing: the purchase price was 1,7 million, 5% extra gives guaranteed sell price of 1,785 million still below the total cost of 1,984 million anybody knows what's going on with this one?
pjetr
22/1/2005
17:09
I agree Currypasty. They didn't actually manage to raise the minimum: TRADING NEW HOMES PLC 2,295,098 Ordinary Shares of 5p each fully paid (B02Y7V9)(GB00B02Y7V92 as the minimum was 3,296,703 shares. NAV per share is therefore well below the current share price. They raised £2m before expenses of c.£350k. NAV = c70p by my calculation. On the upside, it's a very strong management team. Shulman and Shapiro (the joint MD's) are also running the property manager, SOLITAIRE. This company shares in any profits made by TNH. This vehicle could be successful, but it's now over-priced imo. I hold shares in Solitaire and have done for a few years. Think this is the better bet for now. Might be interested in this one though at below 50p. Interestingly, they tried to float a similar vehicle 2/3 years ago, but couldn't raise the minimum and it fell through! Almost the same again, but it looks the terms of the offer were amended and they managed to list on AIM 2 months later than originally planned.
topvest
17/1/2005
08:45
new to AIM, share price 100 / 110, ill update with more info later
currypasty
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