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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Foxtons Group Plc 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
  -2.10 -5.57% 35.60 35.70 36.20 38.60 34.00 37.10 2,269,687 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 106.9 -8.8 -2.8 - 98

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/8/2018
15:55
Guess Crispin Odey will be all over this one, and others in the sector soon...! lol
emeraldzebra
06/8/2018
15:47
An aspect of brexit much overlooked haw meant that the pound reduces in value and makes houses much cheaper for overseas buyers. And they have been the driving force in the market up to 2014. Pockets of London are now on the rise again But will traditional agents see much of the benefit ? I doubt it. They will be screwed down to wafer thin commissions or face sellers running off to the new cheap/flat fee people.
emeraldzebra
04/8/2018
12:06
The model of offices on high streets will not be sustainable ... but it’s good to be visible...so clients know you’re there...there’ll be less agents. No bad thing. There are too many anyway. We have not seen the bottom here with Brexit up ahead. Oh look back down we go. No doubt NY idiot will perk up on here again when the price goes up 1p
dt1010
03/8/2018
21:48
I said 1/3 of agencies not all of them High rent and rates and staff costs cannot keep the least efficient alive in a low volume market with online competition as well
magnetjonathan
03/8/2018
21:11
Totally agree that the foxtons so will go down. But to suggest that "all estate agents will be gone within 3 and a half years" is a stretch on a biblical scale. If the suggestion was about Purplebricks however?!
superslickrick10
03/8/2018
21:02
There will inevitably be a cash call and dilution if not a private equity takeover at far lower price. Looks like there will be no deal at Brexit. Will hit property hard. The party is over for at least 5 years.
dt1010
03/8/2018
19:11
I am a property investor and chartered surveyor and have been in property for 30 years. Agency survives on transactions and I have never known a more dire short term outlook for sales , high stamp duty, mortgage i affordability, rising interest rates, death of the private investor , Brexit and the rise of online agency all of this is the death knell for traditional high street agency London as the economic centre of Europe has been called into question by Brexit and the seemingly endless upward trajectory of the market is not only stopped but the real value of London residential post Brexit with all the above is very uncertain This in the short term will take a few years to settle and with buyers not wanting to get involved in such an uncertain market and sellers not feeling enough pain to accept the new reality we have a property market that is doing nothing in a low volume slow decline This is the worst scenario for high st agency and I believe in 3 years over 1/3 of all agencies will be gone Therefore there is only one short term to medium term outlook for foxtons and anyone who believes there will be anything but a slow decline in revenue with high fixes costs is dreaming. Cannot see a single reason to believe the value of the company will increase and see nothing but future reduced earnings and problems ahead
magnetjonathan
03/8/2018
14:26
Who are you trying to kid you know wtf you’re talking about you shameless ramping idiot NY Boy
dt1010
03/8/2018
10:11
Nice mini dip yesterday, buyers came back for some cheaper stock, rinse and repeat going forward
ny boy
02/8/2018
19:19
I agree traditional agency will evolve rather than die completely. Online is for the lower market. Mid to upper want the human customer facing service. But...a hybrid agent can do both. No shop. An office instead. Lower costs. All the internet listings. Accompanied viewings if you want them. Negotiation of the sale if you want it, the whole thing. For a fraction of the cost. The market for such agents is growing hugely.
dt1010
02/8/2018
09:44
DT100. Maybe right. But do you see my point about the NECESSITY for conventional agents. ? At the top of the market - there is arguably a need for 'posh' (nasty word) agents like Savills as the well-heeled like a middle man in their deals and they don't care much about the money. But lower down - it seems a bit pointless to pay so much for them.....? Add to that - low volume /continued crazy stamp duty (foolish of the govt) - and t4 not much of an investment case really.
emeraldzebra
02/8/2018
06:19
If May screws Brexit up it will surely happen Brexit cause a mess whatever happens short term Hence why this is still not a buy
dt1010
01/8/2018
19:01
If Corbyn and his cronies get in then Armageddon is sure to follow in the UK, sell everything and leave! Buy Bitcoin and some other cryptos if it happens, and some gold too as the pound will go under a $
topazfrenzy
01/8/2018
15:33
Direction of travel is north & buy the dips, smart money was even in before Highclere’s 5% holding was announced..67p is the first resistance to crack, PHTM next, just need some patience with these sticks but rewards are good GLA those long.
ny boy
01/8/2018
15:28
Has 70p easily in it's sights, 80p may well be a tough nut to crack to push on.
blueteam
01/8/2018
15:25
Nothing like the smell of shorters burning in the afternoon is there?!
joemillion
01/8/2018
15:20
government statement to revise letting laws is to be weakened, so that could be a reason for jump OR about to be bought out. 80P first level to test. No debt and interest unlike to rise this year especially as we head to Brexit.
blueteam
01/8/2018
14:38
So I agree - 50p here we come - but it will stay there/or similar - for ages.
emeraldzebra
01/8/2018
14:31
Thanks DT100. The main problem for the mkt is actually stamp duty. If only the idiot govt would reduce it - then you would get the mkt to rise, and sales volume moving again. All the people who would buy - say a house for £ 1.5 mill are not doing so - because of it. So everyone is stuck -including investors - and are fishing in the same market. Nobody is trading up. If Hammond lowered the tax - the govt would get more sales and t4 bigger revenue. (same goes for corporation tax...if you reduce it you get much bigger receipts - but Corbyn and his other idiots won't believe it !) But returning to the problem for Foxtons.......why use an agent like them when you can engage people like Purple bricks instead. ?
emeraldzebra
01/8/2018
13:55
DT1010, you must be clueless if you are short mate
ny boy
01/8/2018
13:38
Correction: https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-07-30/london-s-property-swashbucklers-fall-on-hard-times
f15jcm
01/8/2018
13:37
Oh don’t worry LONDON will be fine eventually but stamp duty lack of affordability tail off of interest relief and additional 3% for investors....all these things will continue to make themselves felt...along with abolition of lettings fees which will hurt lettings turnover. I own in wandsworth and Fulham and Clerkenwell. Two investments one house which I live in now and again. I know agents well, I talk to KF and Foxtons and Marsh and Parsons among others. I know the market and what it’s doing and it is relentlessly bad at the moment. The mega prime owners are taking a view on price but no one else is yet. KFH are other agents I deal with and know some Of the guys well. Not good. This might be seeing a little bounce but it’s not reflected in the sentiment of the working environment in the marketplace.
dt1010
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