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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc LSE:CRST London Ordinary Share GB00B8VZXT93 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.20 2.53% 413.60 405.40 405.80 413.40 403.00 413.40 976,435 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 677.9 -13.5 -4.2 - 1,063

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15/10/2019
21:34
Brexit deal resolution may only provide a temporary boost to the markets.. Crest and other housebuilders have huge problems, which I think will hit over the next year... Bank warns of 'more frequent' rate increases than expected https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-48119158 Help2Buy: The government is providing loans which are repayable with interest. When house prices fall and homeowners can't afford to pay the additional H2B loan, who will end up with the bad Help2Buy loans bank?... the huge £20bln worth...The government and ultimately the taxpayer... another financial scandal looming..
sikhthetech
15/10/2019
19:50
Perhaps the stars are aligning. Brexit deal or second referendum looking possible (at least tonight) together with the Woodford overhang gone or significantly reduced. If the shorts decide to get out (3.8% Henderson, 1.2% Millenium), then that could add fuel, unless they are already buying back on the other side of the Woodford sale. Of course it might all look different on the Brexit front by tomorrow.
1gw
15/10/2019
18:15
Woodford forced to sell his position!
salver2
12/10/2019
14:41
...or, whisper it quietly, a choice at a second referendum between an actual Brexit deal and staying in the EU.
1gw
11/10/2019
13:09
Makes you wonder how high these might go if we got an actual brexit deal rather than just the faint possibility of one...
1gw
23/9/2019
12:27
410p next level.
montyhedge
20/9/2019
16:32
Nice little run today, pulled back all of yesterdays x divi already..
time 2 retire
19/9/2019
14:33
further to my previous posts on H2B... SIMON LAMBERT: Help to Buy has boosted builders' profits and got them addicted to a subsidy - but will the government end up losing money too? "The report said that Help to Buy may have lifted housebuilding by an estimated 14 per cent, but it didn’t make homes more affordable, or address other housing problems. Meg Hillier, the committee chairwoman, said Help to Buy had ‘boosted the bottom line of house builders’ and will have tied up £29billion in cash by 2023." "New build homes are sold as a premium product, but once someone moves in they lose the shine afforded from the promise of being the first to live there. The committee put the new-build price premium at up to 20 per cent, while the ONS’s house price statistics show the average new build home costs £282,367 and the average second hand one £226,263. In a market where house price rises are strong, losing the new-build premium when you sell up doesn’t matter so much, as property inflation helps you regain lost ground. In a subdued property market, such as Britain’s current one that many forecast to persist, those selling their new-build within a few years may have to accept less than they paid for it. This led Hillier to add: ‘The scheme exposes both the government and consumers to significant financial risks were house prices or interest rates to change. Better consumer protection needs to be built into similar schemes in the future.’ The committee said, if Help to Buy is to continue then its failings should be seriously considered and remedied. The government also needs a plan to wean developers off their addiction to Help to Buy, unless we want to continue subsidising new home sales and big executive pay packets forever." https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-7478491/Will-government-end-losing-money-Help-Buy.html
sikhthetech
12/9/2019
08:08
Ex div next week, 11.20p nice.
montyhedge
10/9/2019
13:16
We are getting paid 9% to wait for a bid, not a bad situation to be in lol.
montyhedge
10/9/2019
08:20
I hope Crest not taken over, where else's can I get a solid 9% yield.
montyhedge
10/9/2019
08:10
With Crests massive land bank in South East of England, sitting duck for takeover. 500p a share can have mind.
montyhedge
09/9/2019
08:12
Ex div 19th Sept, 11.20p.
montyhedge
08/9/2019
18:28
"Nice to know crest no scandal". Crest themselves admitted to few leasehold sales, so there are/were some. That's different from NO scandal. "very few leasehold houses have been sold. We continually review the terms of ground rents for the sale of all leasehold properties and we do not believe that they constitute a material exposure for the Group." https://www.crestnicholson.com/news/financial/2017/trading-update-may-2017
sikhthetech
06/9/2019
11:51
Nice to know Crest no scandal.
montyhedge
02/9/2019
19:52
Leasehold scandal - redress... Persimmon Homes buyers placed on alert after landmark leasehold ruling https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/plymouth-news/persimmon-homes-buyers-placed-alert-3274175
sikhthetech
27/8/2019
09:55
Even now yield 9.27% ex div next month. Ex Div of 11.20p on the 19th September, nice.
montyhedge
19/8/2019
11:32
425p the right price, if Brexit and no deal happens, then interest rates will be cut again.
montyhedge
19/8/2019
11:07
Goes ex div, next month. To me this is a solid 9.70% yielding stock.
montyhedge
15/8/2019
19:25
They will for sure when we leave on the 31st Oct.
montyhedge
15/8/2019
12:46
Countries are cutting interest rates, but don’t expect the UK to follow https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/countries-are-cutting-interest-rates-but-don-t-expect-the-uk-to-follow-7mbk9mktw
sikhthetech
14/8/2019
21:54
Thanks for being one of my followers, I have the most followers on Advfn.
montyhedge
14/8/2019
21:36
Ha you idiot Monty, more spouting than investing!! Nobody interested in UK builders other than stupid Brits!
97peter
14/8/2019
14:31
Must admit I thought by now, these would have had a bid for their massive land bank.
montyhedge
14/8/2019
13:35
Dipped a toe, 9.73% yield to tempting, 339.3p alway said would buy under 340p. lol
montyhedge
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