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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
First Property Group Plc LSE:FPO London Ordinary Share GB0004109889 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 30.00 29.50 30.50 30.00 30.00 30.00 40,530 07:31:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 12.1 -5.1 -6.8 - 33

First Property Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/9/2021
11:42
Yes, it's his MO. It's a great sign that FPO is undervalued but also a little worrying for the direction of the company.
blobby
14/9/2021
23:15
Peter Gyllenhammar AB seems to be building a stake here, keeps coming back for more. hxxps://whalewisdom.com/filer/peter-gyllenhammar-ab#tablse_positions_link
stevegrass777
19/8/2021
19:30
FPO have fairly recent experience in converting office space to residential units - could profit in time from a surplus of offices perhaps.
wobblywilbur
19/8/2021
19:13
it's a relatively low initial equity commitment of £10m, but i expect if they pull off deals that look attractive, this will attract more clients and inflows into the fund. growing the asset management side is an important part of the FPO investment case.
m_kerr
19/8/2021
17:19
Oops should have been written on esp board, lol
stevegrass777
12/8/2021
09:09
Dividend back 4th quarter, NAV Up a little, occupancy creeping up, margin expected to be 70% and total return expected to be 7%- 9% looks good to me.
stevegrass777
11/8/2021
15:47
Looks a well run company with a good track record,my concern is what hybrid working will mean for office values in the future.Sorry double post!
waterfall city
11/8/2021
15:42
Looks a well run company with a good track record, my concern is what hybrid working will mean for offive values in the future.
waterfall city
06/8/2021
14:34
Yes, it's nice to have some news. Things have been very quite and slow here for investors for some time.
blobby
06/8/2021
07:56
RNS New property fund mandate, Good to see management are still attracting new clients and an investment for first property in the new fund as well putting some cash to work. Retail is probably a very undervalued area at the moment.
stevegrass777
25/6/2021
10:57
Agree totally catsick, as I explained extensively. You're going to get panic and swings in value when you have a high number of retail investors with an illiquid small company.
m_kerr
25/6/2021
08:44
When is a loss really a profit ? Its a very interesting restructuring and shows why these shares should really trade at a premium, most reits have been doing hail mary rights issues and diluting shareholders to death, but the structure of non recourse loans and ample cash held separately from the assets shows that when there is trouble you can play hardball with the banks and only pay 63% of what you owe, the profits from the sup par repayment are not reflected yet but the assets write down is, the net effect of this is that if asset prices return to normal in a year or two then the crisis has just added a 9m euro windfall to profits..... compare that to hammerson etc who have destroyed shareholder value through capital raising
catsick
25/6/2021
08:18
Good review from Simon Thompson last night in Investors' Chronicle https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/ideas/2021/06/24/investor-overreaction-presents-buying-opportunity/
roycecooledge
24/6/2021
17:21
stalker - gross debt is about £24m post period end, as after the gdynia property loan was restructured, they paid off €4m of the €16m outstanding (the €16m was negotiated down from €25m previously outstanding, so a €13m total reduction there). so this means cash balance of around £12.5m (accounting for the €4m gdynia repayment), and therefore net debt post period end of around just £12m, which is actually a substantial fall. this compares to £41m of directly held properties. plus all debt on each property is non recourse to the group. on the dividend, they could have paid it out of cash on hand, but it's probably best for the group to retain capital at the moment, until they are able to lease the space in gdynia, and CH8 (the space they guaranteed to the buyer).
m_kerr
24/6/2021
16:19
Looking really weak. No divi, debt increasing. Come back in 12 months
stalker_boy
24/6/2021
16:06
This smells……………;……
baner
24/6/2021
15:46
here's my take: the results don't include the loan restructuring of the gdynia property, which takes €9m off net debt, this will increase profit by the same amount in the next set of accounts. they have however included a £7m impairment of the property value (the equity of which was only held in the accounts at £0.5m), which leads you to believe there has been a massive fall in property values across the board. stripping out this effect, there was a 14% fall in the value of group properties, almost all of which was on blue tower (27% fall). under the group's structure, each directly owned property and investment in 3rd party funds has it's own separate, non recourse debt, which eliminates the possibility of one property falling into negative equity and wiping out equity on others. next, collection rates across the portfolio are high. high 90s for group property, and similar on a weighted basis for the funds managed. however they need to lease the gdynia property that they purchased. finally, it's unwelcome that they may be on the hook for some time on that rent guarantee on CH8 (just over £1m a year).
m_kerr
24/6/2021
12:44
Could this be prime for take over now?
friskymickey
24/6/2021
08:49
Results were not what I was hoping for unfortunately. 35p to 24p is quite a big fall :-(
blobby
16/6/2021
19:46
the eviction ban on commercial property extension for 9 months is not great news for landlords. although no direct exposure, they do manage funds with some retail warehouse exposure. maybe this will present an opportunity to pick up good deals. they're biding their time that's for sure. you can see what sort of properties they are looking to buy in the UK here: us7.campaign-archive.com/home/?u=687eed6cff08356a1da5a723a&id=5b70d0644e
m_kerr
12/6/2021
17:47
Lifestyle company.
fanshaw
12/6/2021
15:15
Seems to have firmed up recently. Hopefully we will have news soon of capital redeployments and possible another couple of funds under mgmt
leopoldalcox
30/4/2021
19:33
i've done a bit of legwork, and assuming 60% LTV on the investments in 3rd party funds, the overall discount the current share price assumes is 24% on the gross assets, which compares to 4% for global worth, who are office investors in poland and romania. the fly in the ointment is that until that cash is invested, at the moment they are effectively just covering their operating costs and debt amortisation, though paying back debt does increase NAV.
m_kerr
29/4/2021
23:08
Yes good point about share buyback, it's hard to see any other investment being at such a discount including property. Something has got to happen shortly it's just to cheap.
stevegrass777
29/4/2021
22:41
they dont own any london property, they tend to invest UK funds in the south east just outside of london. IIRC the offices fund (£143m AUM, Fprop share £2m), invests in places like borehamwood and crawley, the thesis being that the rents are far lower, but within 30 mins train journey to london, as you mention, a lot of offices in those regions have been converted to residential so supply is now tight, which has led to rental growth. habib has said that the easy PDR conversion opportunity went some years ago, but it does at least provide underpinning to office values that doesnt exist in shopping centres for instance. remember that as they presumably handed back the keys to the gdynia property, (€25.5m carrying value, €25m debt), the remaining £32m group property has just £19m of debt, add on £20m of cash, and £28m of third party investments, all in for £37m fully diluted is a very low valuation to say the least. they should be buying back shares aggressively at what is currently a 40% discount.
m_kerr
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