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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ediston Property Investment Company Plc LSE:EPIC London Ordinary Share GB00BNGMZB68 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.20 -0.28% 71.00 68.60 72.40 72.40 72.20 72.40 1,386,623 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 20.8 14.1 6.7 10.7 149

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/4/2021
12:47
That must be a buy as I bought another 10k at 70.55 this morning.
flyer61
16/4/2021
11:43
590 000 @ 71 gone through too I notice
panshanger1
16/4/2021
10:18
I've been watching this for a while and bought this morning at 70.4p. I just found out today the dividend has been raised 25%. It's strange the price has not risen and I honestly don't think the seller has realised this. It was a low key announcement hidden away in a monthly dividend declaration.
brwo349
12/4/2021
15:16
AIRE - I've moved the market :-)
flyer61
12/4/2021
09:34
Thanks Skyship. Have topped up AIRE this morning. Expecting 4.5 - 5p dividend and believe they should achieve their annual aim of 5.5p. Giving 8 plus percent on present purchases. Main worry IMHO is insolvency of tenants.
flyer61
12/4/2021
08:52
HMSO in talks to sell £350m of retail parks, seemingly one of the few things they hold that are in demand (Sunday Times).
spectoacc
10/4/2021
22:55
They've got a more upto date construction picture here and all looks good [...] they just need to recycle the Tesco sale funds into another couple.
nickrl
10/4/2021
12:08
Not too long before this site is up and running... hTtps://www.epic-reit.com/news/haddington-development-update/
playful
10/4/2021
09:48
Flyer - well, I try to track everything from my spreadsheet portfolio of 18 REITs, most of the charts of which are on the CP+ thread. The one I believe to be best VALUE from an increasing dividend point of view is AIRE. At 63.5p they stand at a 25% discount to the Dec'20 NAV of 84.68p. They are targeting a return to a 5.5p dividend by Sept'22; delivering a prospective yield of 8.66%. The other interesting aspect is the 15% stake by Glenstone; acquired by public tender in November last year. Also the appointment in May'20 of the major player M7 as manager. Why? - this for a mini-REIT with a portfolio of just £108m. The result is the distinct possibility of some sort of corporate activity in the year ahead. So all-in-all AIRE again looks value after a recent retrace from as high as 71p.
skyship
09/4/2021
21:57
Bought more today. Hugely impressed. Now which other REITs are set up for a decent divi raise...
flyer61
09/4/2021
16:20
Impressive in that they've sold their biggest property (a whopping 9% of the portfolio) but still increased the monthly divi by 25%.
hugepants
08/4/2021
08:38
Been on the cards for a few months now and great to see them honouring the commitment to improve it. Hopefully we will also see valuers recognising that retail parks have a long term future at at least stabilising NAV.
nickrl
08/4/2021
07:08
Not before time but def yippee - reads v well: "Dividend rate increase of 25% from May 2021 The Company will increase its dividend by 25%, to 5.00 pence per share annualised, from 4.00 pence annualised. The first payment at the increased rate will be made in May 2021, for the month of April. The Board believes that the new dividend level will be well-covered and sustainable, based on net income projections, subject to there being no dramatic deterioration in the trading conditions, as was the case a year ago. The 25% dividend increase takes into account the improving outlook for income and rent collection and is not to the detriment of the Company's current projected investment and asset management activities. Should the improving outlook continue, there could be further dividend progression in due course. The projected annualised yield based on the closing share price of 69.20 pence as at 7 April 2021 would be 7.2%. The Company will publish its 31 March 2021 net asset value later this month and will provide a full trading update at that time."
spectoacc
08/4/2021
07:03
Dividend rate increase of 25% from May 2021 Yippee!
playful
16/3/2021
22:05
EC been surprised we've seen no merger of equals through the last 12mths to bring economies of scale given the challenges in the sector. I recollect PCA have tried to take out CDFF but they weren't interested.
nickrl
16/3/2021
16:30
I would prefer to see a merger with another small REIT. On a market cap of just GBP144m EPIC is hardly big enough to be economically viable. SREI market cap GBP200m would for example be a good match. Similar type of portfolio and investment style and also on big discount. Chairman of EPIC understands the SREI portfolio well from his days at Schroders where he was Head of Real Estate having responsibility for SREI. Many benefits of merging in terms of economies of scale, greater diversification, increased liquidity and marketability in the shares. I could go on and on about the many benefits all of which would further improve performance and lead to a narrowing of discounts.
ec2
16/3/2021
14:24
Nice to see a few buyers today, EPIC been stuck in this range for a while, a break up is overdue IMO.
spectoacc
04/3/2021
15:28
Not convinced MKS as the anchor to the rest of the park is so good, but better than MKS High St. There'll be some rent recovery remember - some Sports Directs etc, who are going to have to pay up eventually. CAshley unlikely to want to walk away from retail park sites, and hopefully EPIC have enough to refuse him any easy switches. Am certain they must have a use for the funds already, recycling the capital at a higher yield. Will be the c.5% stamp duty to absorb first, but don't doubt our divi will be higher a year from now. Today's move helps rather than hinders that.
spectoacc
04/3/2021
13:16
Divi RNS announced with rental update At the date of this announcement, rent collection is in line with previous forecasts. If the tenants who pay their rent monthly continue to do so, it is projected that the Company will collect 92% of the rent due for quarter 1. On this basis, the current dividend level would be 123% covered by rent collected (less expenses) for quarter 1. On SUPR RNS they say its been bought on a yield of 5.3% so thats c1.4m rent forgone so until recovered the divi is unlikely to increase now.
nickrl
04/3/2021
10:56
It's a big disposal at 9% of the portfolio. The dividend should still be well covered though.
hugepants
04/3/2021
09:52
Or a generous dividend :-)
flyer61
04/3/2021
09:31
Agreed, can't really see the rationale for selling it, unless at above Book. Unless it implies they've a target for the cash already.
spectoacc
04/3/2021
09:18
It was part of the Stadium acquisition "Prestatyn Shopping Park was acquired by EPIC REIT from Stadium Group as part of a 4-property portfolio in December 2017, for a portfolio price reflecting approximately £144 million" Would have been helpful if they told us what yield it went on as they've forgone income here and given SUPR are splashing the cash current a bit of premium would have been nice.
nickrl
04/3/2021
07:24
Any idea what we paid for this Tesco superstore in 2017? "Announces that it has sold the Tesco Superstore, which forms part of Prestatyn Shopping Park, to Supermarket Income REIT. The sale price was GBP26.5m, which is in line with the property's valuation as at 31 December 2020 and above the December 2017 acquisition price. The sale completed on 3 March 2021. "
playful
06/2/2021
22:40
Another retail warehouse fan: htTps://www.m7re.eu/news/m7-assembles-300-million-uk-retail-warehouse-portfolio-with-full-deployment-of-m7-box-i-and-m7-box-ii-funds/
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