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|Breakout reason - https://www.estateagenttoday.co.uk/breaking-news/2017/1/over-100-branches-return-to-zoopla-from-otm-since-october|
|ditto: breakout substantially confirmed for 2nd & 3rd best actually.
|New agencies still being picked up. Share price reflecting this.
|13 Jan Shore Capital N/A Buy
13 Jan Goldman Sachs 301.00 Neutral|
|Nice breakout, should follow through with good volume today|
11 Jan 17 Berenberg 400.00 Buy
11 Jan 17 Liberum Capital 415.00 Buy|
|Has already doubled in price from lows and investors are up with the progress so far. Might still be more to come for upbeat online Zoopla.|
|Thanks for that Jolly.|
|89% profit since IPO, for EA's selling today at £3.34|
|Nice bit of action today.|
|lovely chart and NOR situation if breaks 305 but unlikely to happen on monday after dow tumble . Not sire the fundamentals warrant it .|
|OTM rebellion, as expected. Returning EA's to Zoopla.|
|Keep buying stock back|
|Rightmove getting crushed today. Zoopla hasn't moved.Uswitch should be a good earner. OTM losing EA's & returning to Zoopla, local rep explained to me.|
|Hoping this over time will be a very good investment|
Broker Beaufort BUY......
Zoopla Property Group (LON:ZPLA, 260.0p) – Buy
Yesterday, Zoopla Property Group (Zoopla) released a trading update for the financial year ended 30th September 2015. The company expects revenue and EBITDA for 2015 to be around £107m (2014: £80.2m) and £48m (2014: £39.6m), respectively. Zoopla has added 146 new UK Agency branches since its last update in July, taking the total to 12,702 at the end of the financial year. Additionally, the company had 2,706 new home development members, 737 overseas members and 266 commercial members taking the total number of members at the end of the financial year 2015 to 16,411. Net debt at the end of period stood at approximately £94m. On the operational front, the company completed the acquisition of uSwitch. Zoopla would declare the final results for the financial year 2015 on 2nd December 2015.
Our view: The financial year 2015 has been remarkable for Zoopla with solid performance in both its divisions. The Property Services segment performed nicely and witnessed substantial rise in number of UK Agency members. In addition, the Comparison Services division performed better than expectations, especially after the acquisition of uSwitch. The energy segment gained from uSwitch’s strong hold in the market and availability of viable tariffs, while the communications vertical has improved from highly competitive consumer deals in broadband and mobile. The improvements across verticals have reflected in the company’s financial performance as it anticipates solid revenue growth and margins. Furthermore, Zoopla has adjusted nicely to the competition from newly launched commercial real estate platform OntheMarket by Agents’ Mutual. With continued enhancements in the tools and services to help consumers in the property market, the company looks to deliver on its growth strategy. In view of the company’s solid performance and bright prospects going ahead, we maintain a Buy rating on the stock.|