Barratt Developments Dividends - BDEV

Barratt Developments Dividends - BDEV

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Barratt Developments Plc BDEV London Ordinary Share
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Posted at 11/1/2023 15:59 by beckers2008
Bdev share price recovery continues.
News better than expected, else share price would have crashed.
It hasn't so market quietly pleased.

Posted at 11/1/2023 14:04 by sikhthetech
There you go, as expected, BDEV confirms mortgages had already gone up and were already impacting the housing market, pre-mini budget.

Barratt warns of 'marked slowdown' in housing market

"Housebuilder Barratt says it has seen a "marked slowdown" in the UK housing market over the past six months.

Boss David Thomas said the market had been hit by "political and economic uncertainty" and rising mortgage rates, which made homes less affordable."

"Mortgages had already been getting more expensive last year due to interest rate rises brought in by the Bank of England, but rates peaked in the aftermath of the mini-budget announced by former prime minister Liz Truss and her then chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng."

Posted at 27/10/2022 13:26 by microscope
Not sure I'd call the housing sector hyped, Sikh, certainly not when compared with some of the crypto rubbish, (ARB could be going bust without 'near term' funding), technology and mining for example.

Yes I had a look at easyJet, but when I saw them reducing their winter breaks flights many months after releasing those for sale, it made me cautious, though the company has done well in share price terms recently, similar to here infact.

As to whether most will take a holiday next year, will depend on similar factors to other sectors and as I've said, the outlook for household bills is better than it looked a month ago, so that's encouraging, as it is for BDEV of course.

I'm not primarily a trader, never have been, but when the opportunity presents itself, I'm always open to it for a small part of my portfolio.

Posted at 27/10/2022 10:33 by sikhthetech

I agree with you in terms of trading HBs. It's easy to trade any hyped sector.
Look at the charts in the header of the HBs. They are rise and fall in sync so there isn't much difference if you trade one or the other.

If you're trading, have a look at EZJ. They are already up 20% since I bought. People will still continue going to holiday, trips etc, recession or not, cost of living crisis or not. They go for cheaper, no frills, flights. I'm expecting EZJ to continue rising towards 600p.

"The help to buy system was something of a flop anyway though."

I don't agree. HBs made millions from the H2B scheme.
The company themselves stated that for fy2020 & fy2021, around 45-50% of BDEV's private reservations were using H2B. That is significantly down.. current period was 12%.
So with around 1/2 their private reservations using H2B, how was it a flop?

"we have also seen the expected reduction in Help to Buy activity, which accounted for 12% of private reservations in the period (FY22: 21%; FY21: 51%; FY20: 45%). "

It's the supply of credit which will decide the housing market. Banks are already reducing the supply.

I agree re Autumn statement and as previously mentioned, whether the govn provide further support to the housing market will be a key factor.

Posted at 12/10/2022 22:27 by creditcrunchies
I'd forget looking at the dividend yield once it goes over 10% it's in the red zone either the share price recovers or they start cutting the dividend then it just snowballs until it finds a bottom. The markets abandon ship when they start cutting dividends. This has already crashed -60% from the high from January 2022. All housebuilders, leisure and retail blue chips have crashed those are the main drivers of the UK economy flat on their backs. With the Fed still hiking it's impossible to get policies in place to kick start a recovery. Pretty grim at the moment.
Posted at 12/10/2022 19:42 by sikhthetech

The time to buy will be once there's clarity on all the challenges, interest rate rises/direction, inflation direction, govn providing some clarity..

Dividend yields are very deceiving when there's so much uncertainty and potential housing market crash. I expect HBs will want to conserve cash during a housing market crash, so expect some/all HBs to cut divis.

Watch the number of homeowners in severe mortgage debt/repossessions and auction listings...

Watch the demand fall and the supply increase.. it snowballs..

The NI tax increase has been reversed, income tax reduced. The remaining still apply.

sikhthetech20 Feb '22 - 15:26 - 5884 of 5899 Edit
When the housing market crashes, no HB is immune from the crash. Likewise, listed HBs are not immune from stockmarket falls or movements.

Govn support, provided during pandemic, has ended. Repossessions which were stopped during pandemic are legal again.
Around 30k homeowners in severe mortgage debt.
Inflationary pressure, interest rate rises, NI rises, Council tax rises, energy price

Posted at 25/9/2022 13:04 by porsche1945
@euro thats good then you will be only losing 8 pc of the value of your capital a year to inflation. On a sensible point, Barratt and all the builders are fxcked, 5.5 pc rates en route to salvage decimated sterling, 2 pc over base so 7.5 pc mortgages, oh dear, for credit junkie populous U.K. its curtains, UK heading for 70’s style meltdown. As for dividends, cut then suspended then there will be capital raises, its exactly 2008 scenario for builders. Time to short, will crater for next 18 months. Could literally 4/5 ex your money on the right shorts. Persimmon my best short of the year second only to aston martin. Remember you dont “ invest “ in brexit basket case U.K., you just trade and short it. Dividend stocks the kiss of death, every fxckin time the mug punters get sucked in, think, vod, mks, Bt etc.
Posted at 23/9/2022 19:23 by blackhorse23
Switched today excellent valu stocks CURY (LSE) dividend yields 8% , debt free , huge liquidity
Posted at 07/9/2022 09:50 by tornado12
I get this is a cyclic stock and Im here mainly for my portfolio divestments. Since it is lower price and moving towards the bottom of the cycle that is the reason I have start accumulating now. I believe in BDEV ability to perform even in difficult times, and eventually I expect both share price and dividend rewards in next 2-3 years. Will follow in details over next month until ex-divi date and decide if to add few more or not here. If they are making the share buyback step it bodes well in their confidence, even if I dont believe in this approach to return excess cash...
Posted at 25/8/2022 17:10 by wskill
Looking good to me plot value for Barratt £25.7 Billion P/TNAV OF 1.3 its at the low end thats for sure lots of fat to get it through any recession .Bought a few more but WTFDIK I have been wrong before.

Key Ratios for Persimmon, Barratt and Berkeley
Index FTSE 100 FTSE 100 FTSE 100
Market cap £5.4 bn £4.7 bn £4.3 bn
Forecast revenues £3.8 bn £5.2 bn £2.5 bn
Forecast P/E 6.9x 5.7x 9.7x
Forecast P/TNAV 2.6x 1.3x 1.8x
Prospective dividend yield 13.8% 8.3% 5.6%
Average selling price per home £245,597 £300,000 £603,000
Number of plots for development 89,052 85,500 66,163
Value of plots £21.9 bn £25.7 bn £40 bn

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