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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
  -2.00 -4.44% 43.00 43.00 43.50 44.95 41.75 44.95 362,064 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 106.9 -8.8 -2.8 - 118

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22/7/2019
11:49
I just bought more again. The stamp duty aspect is the major thing holding back the market. Reform that and you have liquidity, increased sales fees and a revenue turnaround. This will be 80p on buy the rumour me thinks. The other thing is that if we leave Europe with no deal then the pound will crash and foreign money will pounce on cheap prime London assets.
dt1010
22/7/2019
08:46
Last few days to get in before the market wakes up to this, I've spoken to some Foxtons salespeople and things are already hotting up in anticipation of Boris cutting and reforming stamp duty. Viewings picking up across the board. And if Liz Truss becomes Chancellor then expect some huge changes. She's a Libertarian in many ways and both her and Boris want to cut taxes and red tape big time.
topazfrenzy
20/7/2019
07:20
And stamp duty being cut will have no effect huh....get real...it will start the market again in London next year...not for price growth but for transactional volume.
dt1010
19/7/2019
21:00
I went short on the last rally. London house prices down 4.4% year to April, sharpest fall since 2009.
f15jcm
18/7/2019
18:57
So you missed 50p too huh Lol
dt1010
18/7/2019
14:33
You certainly can't accuse Foxtons of being a value trap, its forward EV/EBITDA is on a multiple of over 66. Absolutely ludicrous for a business in a grotty market with very low barriers to entry.
f15jcm
11/7/2019
13:17
imagine how these will rocket when stamp duty is reformed or Boris starts talking in a detail About it....probably in the autumn budget Bull flag
dt1010
11/7/2019
12:54
They used to pay a decent dividend too, when they had decent profits.
topazfrenzy
11/7/2019
12:28
Savills and Knight Frank will not buy Foxtons, I can tell you that 100%. More likely private equity or LSL. KF has its own London offices and is hugely risk averse. They have been shutting offices recently. Not looking to expand their resi offering. Savills also have enough of their own offices in London, they would be doubling up hugely. But a bid is likely when London is on the cusp of a turn around. The stock will not stay cheap for long with stamp duty cuts on the way either.
dt1010
11/7/2019
10:14
There could well be consolidation in the sector between the biggies, handling different sections of the market say, so a Savills or Knight Frank bid would not be out of the question, or someone from abroad wanting a foothold in the London and SE market post Brexit. Chinese may be interested even. The Foxtons brand is a very strong one.
topazfrenzy
11/7/2019
09:41
I am thinking a bid will be on soon as no debt, trhey have taken steps to reduce expenditure and would not surprise if someone made a move before the market picked up in London. Would need something to break 80p mark, if not will top 80p mark later this year.
blueteam
11/7/2019
08:42
DT1010, you finally woke up lol, some of us have been busy accumulating on weakness. No debt has always been an attraction, even when it dropped to 50p ish Surprised you are not in (STX), fda decision on or around 27 July, tick tock!
ny boy
11/7/2019
08:31
Yeah...I was just kidding with you trying to get a lower price ;)
dt1010
11/7/2019
07:58
That's what I've been saying DT, the money wants Boris in, turbo boost coming.
topazfrenzy
10/7/2019
16:15
Stamp duty reform will be the game changer for London. I was in Notting Hill and Bayswater yesterday. Agents saying a lot of buyers holding off until they see Boris appointed. There is a big bounce coming in sentiment next year. Now is the time to be buying Foxtons ahead of a resolution to Brexit and stamp duty reform. This will be well north of £1 next year and vulnerable to a bid with no debt on its balance sheet.
dt1010
10/7/2019
13:47
OMG that's one change of tune lol :)
topazfrenzy
10/7/2019
12:05
I do agree with my friend topaz. Stamp duty is the changer here. Boris has already said big changes ahead there. That will create liquidity in the market and more fees. This is worth £1 all day long I think and a lot More as an investment over the next 3-5 years during which time London will turn around. The fact it has no debt is a real plus too. My target is £3.00 by 2023.
dt1010
10/7/2019
10:30
The stamp duty cut will turbo charge the property market, also a wall of money is waiting to pour into London once Boris and co get in and deliver Brexit, which they will.
topazfrenzy
10/7/2019
10:28
On any conclusion of brexit it can get to 80p, but to break that will be difficult. Best to get in and wait.
blueteam
10/7/2019
10:26
Good for you!
topazfrenzy
09/7/2019
14:38
I just bought Foxtons. :) Reserving the right as any investor can, to change his mind. 59.8p paid
dt1010
09/7/2019
09:59
Boris will send this soaring ... only two more weeks to go
topazfrenzy
08/7/2019
20:16
You are such a sad case. You posted on the HOC board at me to get my attention. Get out more. 90p FILTERED !
dt1010
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