Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Foxtons LSE:FOXT London Ordinary Share GB00BCKFY513 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +0.56% 45.00p 44.90p 45.00p 45.30p 44.65p 45.25p 813,365 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 117.6 6.5 1.9 23.7 123.80

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/6/2017
22:24
Having just listed a property in Richmond I was surprised at the 2.5% sole agency fee Foxton quoted. All the other agents quoted 1 - 1.25% and one would have to be stupid or desperate to chuck away 10-15 grand unnessarily to achieve a sale. It's not as if they offer anything the others don't so I suspect that they may struggle to find listings in a downturn.
dgarvey
21/6/2017
21:54
Have to say NY why hold on... This is gonna get worse before it gets better Of that I have not a shread of doubt.
dt1010
21/6/2017
11:28
Fools and their money are easy parted
mr hangman
21/6/2017
10:56
DT It's at 90.75p as support is at 92p If I get stopped out, not that important as bought in early 90's If the share price drives lower I will look to take advantage of a lower entry level
ny boy
20/6/2017
19:27
Market is very tough everywhere in Foxtons patch. V few people buying. Floods of stock. Investor appetite hugely diminished. It's a mess. NY your stop loss kicks in at 93p I remember you saying. This will go well sub that. Glad I steered clear. 70p on next profit warning anyone? Can see it happening. The electoral result has shagged the market even further. Too much uncertainty stops people from buying. Or wanting to sell into weakness. HTTPS://www.estateagenttoday.co.uk/breaking-news/2017/6/foxtons-says-brexit-destabilising-sales-but-allowing-lettings-to-thrive
dt1010
20/6/2017
16:57
We live in an area typical of Foxton's market. High end apartments and houses are not shifting at the moment. Hammond's renewed talk of taxes does not help either. Best bet might be to invest in flats with broken windows in Belfast, courtesy of May's weak and wobbly government - and deport all those (b)re(xi)tards over there.
alphahunter
19/6/2017
17:10
No sign they want to take this lower at present, must be sumin brewing on the long side trade. Happy holding
ny boy
18/6/2017
16:21
https://www.britishbulls.com/SignalPage.aspx?lang=en&Ticker=FOXT.L stay in cas h.
blueball
18/6/2017
10:53
lease liability on all those shops must run into tens of millions
opodio
18/6/2017
10:47
Edward Foxtons the brand created by Jon Hunt and his cohorts who have long since departed is severely weakened Some of the cohorts immedaitely y after trousering millions moved into other London practices built them up and some of them have been acquired by CWD for fancy prices Rinsea nd repeat and the original Foxtons agents trousered many nore millions and you say they aren't entrepreneurial Salarymen they ain't looking out for the main chance Just have a word with the lads at BTW Shiells in Belfast who have made a right old game of it taking millions off VC's and those buying listed agents Bought out by LSH for many millions some time ago brought the practice back a few years later for SFA built it back up and sold back to LSH now a part of CWD for another fancy price Sitting on millions collecting their salary waiting for the opportunity again n to pick up their old practice again for SFA when CWD sell LSH
hillofwad
16/6/2017
16:18
off to the pub now so no more. I bet I lose my shirt on this idea!
edwardt
16/6/2017
16:18
if they are ambitious then they should be kept and paid on decent commission. Most won't understand equity, they will only care about paying their mortgage and keeping a job. If they are entrepreneurial, what are they doing being an estate agent in the first place? If they leave and steal client lists, they should be sued for data theft. Private equity may screw it up but they love a leveraged deal cos they get lots of 'carry' if it works.
edwardt
16/6/2017
16:06
Edwards So you think that an ambitious entrpreneurial estate agent who missed out on the bonan za when Foxtons first sold as they have long gone with a client list they have cultivated will be just content with keeping their jobs without a big slice of the action whilst the shareholders take all the money It isn't how it works when equity awaits elsewhere and they can simply leave clients in tow
hillofwad
16/6/2017
15:20
Hardly surprising Edwards children don't listen to him, they know the internet is the future, there is a reason why PURP is on a PE OF 540, posters were saying the same things about ARM on a PE600, the future for Estate Agents is not the high st
mr hangman
16/6/2017
15:02
Shorts are probably over 7% now, the whole sector is up except do tons.
chiragmahe
16/6/2017
13:48
Edward So you would pay £300m + to take on the liability of some very expensive leases and how are you going to reward the main players who are at street level earning the fees . Offer them some share options? Remember they dont own the business business and unlikely to benefit from an M&A You can guarantee as soon as the cheque is cleared the star players will be disapearing next door to Gazump & Gazunder offered some equity and taking the clients and business with them
hillofwad
16/6/2017
13:03
i do think my ideas are great but as a mere punter my opinion has little weight. Even my children don't listen to me! i guess private equity chaps have minds of their own and i hope someone somewhere is putting it forward to some investment committee where the expensive suits may get their cheque books out.
edwardt
16/6/2017
12:37
Edwardt.. why don't you set this up, I'm an investor in such an operation
ny boy
16/6/2017
12:28
fwiw if I was a large private equity house I would do a m&A spree buying listed agents, take them private, strip costs , use scale to squeeze rightmove and then re-float in 5 years time when housing activity picks up..
edwardt
16/6/2017
12:11
fwiw purplebricks trades on a p/e of 540 2019 expected earnings. its market cap is now past the sum of foxtons, countrywide and lsl combined. Its share of the uk market is less than 4%. As the americans say, go figure!
edwardt
15/6/2017
11:12
Can't imagine anyone wanting to buy into any high rise blocks in London at 750/-+ a pop, after yesterdays events
mr hangman
15/6/2017
10:48
No still here as my stop is 93p Not planning to sell so may get stopped out, its around where I bought so if the market doesn't agree with me,I will get stopped out, sorry not posted on here as been busy making a lot elsewhere. Trade without emotion.
ny boy
12/6/2017
09:06
I don't think there'll be a crash in prices to be honest.... Sentiment is shyte but pricing won't crash Revenues will shrink further here though due to transaction levels dipping further and lettings fees drying up. Foxtons could go to 60-70p on the next profit warning. Where's NY? Me thinks he's bailed out.
dt1010
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