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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
  0.60 1.15% 52.80 52.90 53.40 54.20 52.50 52.60 755,129 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 93.6 -1.4 -1.0 - 172

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/12/2020
07:54
Good article, read it then top up hxxps://thenegotiator.co.uk/foxtons-acquisitions/
topazfrenzy
16/12/2020
10:31
60p before long :) keep buying
topazfrenzy
15/12/2020
15:25
That gap in February certainly needs filling now.
srpactive
15/12/2020
14:55
I'm not just buying the dips, I'm buying the rises... Going way higher... Roch
rochdae
15/12/2020
09:34
keep buying the dips!
topazfrenzy
14/12/2020
08:45
Yes Soros bought the other month, the herd had to be given chance to buy before the good news was released. I too hold from much lower. dyor active
srpactive
14/12/2020
08:41
Finally moving nicely . Still long from 38 and target still 80/90 for me . No advice just my view . Target in 2021 imo
onedb1
13/12/2020
19:52
The buyback and the turnaround in profit not expected by the market. Should lead to more publicity and share price gains imo.. My target was 50p. Now moved to 65p... Roch
rochdae
13/12/2020
16:33
Certainly a huge risk of completions falling out of bed -agreed and after Q1 21 who knows where the market will be ? 2021 looking to be a difficult year The neggies will be whizzing around trying to get these home and hosed There are insurance deals you can take out if searches are slow in coming back Having said that the move from loss to profit has been achieved with little contribution from the C.London branches . So at some stage these will come into their own maybe safe haven money arriving Foxtons are set fair financailly Not expecting any fireworks or the Thames being set alight in 2021 but happy to hold these as ballast for the future
hillofwad
13/12/2020
16:06
Hillofwad "This has meant that the average time taken to exchange and complete on agreed sales has increased in the market generally." The significant increase is because buyers are trying to complete before the Stamp Duty hol deadline of 31st March. On 31st March, 3 govn schemes come to an end: Stamp Duty hol ends. Help to buy on 2nd homes ends. Current Furlough ends. Given the substantial increase in avg time means the actual deadline for mortgage approval may have already passed or is on the cusp of being passed. Without a Stamp Duty hol extension, there's a risk of housing completions failing. Experts warn thousands of transactions will collapse without it "They say painful mortgage processing delays are being exacerbated by a national shortage of surveyors available to carry out mortgage valuations and too few solicitors available to complete legal work. " https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-9000859/Will-stamp-duty-holiday-continue-31-March-2021-deadline.html
sikhthetech
12/12/2020
20:11
Nice article in the dm
srpactive
11/12/2020
16:37
Ps their specific mention of returning "cash" to shareholders threw me, the buyback won't do that directly and there will only be capital appreciation if this gets rerated which isn't likely IMO based purely only the minimal size of the buyback (circa 2%), so poor choice of words, or could just be me!.
discodave45
11/12/2020
16:32
srpFair points, hadn't thought about the government assistance they had, apologies.What covid? lol.
discodave45
11/12/2020
16:01
d I do not think they can give direct back to the shareholders due to the government. If you have money for shareholders you can pay back rates or furlough money. So this is the only real way to assist the shareholders via share price rise. dyor
srpactive
11/12/2020
15:57
Happy with the buyback but would be happier if they also do what they stated, namely return some of the cash to shareholders. It's not a one or the other dilemma but don't feel holders should wait until next year.
discodave45
11/12/2020
15:49
I think buybacks are much better than small divis for now 60p before you know it could be on the cards here BUY BUY BUY
topazfrenzy
11/12/2020
15:36
"the Board believes the Company has excess cash and that it is now appropriate to start to return this to shareholders whose support we appreciated at a time of great uncertainty."The buyback doesn't directly return cash to shareholders so does look to me that dividends are forthcoming after a 3 year gap......hopefully more than their previous 1% to 2% yield.
discodave45
11/12/2020
14:51
Yes agree.
srpactive
11/12/2020
14:50
Only just had time to read the RNS, excellent update. Good time to be buying back some shares and leaving loads of cash for more acquisitions and hopefully special divs.
discodave45
11/12/2020
11:45
Hi all Yes I agree with all today, excellent figures, profits 1 - 1.5m pounds compared with a loss of 0.7m, acquisitions doing well and more lined up, share buy back to give support to the share price, all very good indeed. dyor active
srpactive
11/12/2020
09:54
OMG GREAT NEWS! BUY BUY BUY
topazfrenzy
11/12/2020
09:31
In the last positive update they dropped to 31p before recovering to 44p. It's just the market. But now we've got daily guaranteed buybacks and the news is positive so I would expect further strength soon ...
rochdae
11/12/2020
09:24
A much more bullish statement, but keeps knocking its head against that key resistance of 45p. Price has been sold on the news going from 46p down to 44p - usually a sign that the good news is in the price. Starting to notice more of these where the prices aren't reacting as positively as they were previously to bullish statements or even falling on news. Let's see if there is any bigger buying to breach 45p or whether some of the recent jitters out there hold it back in the near term. It doesn't help when the complete and utter plonkers running the country keep farting about over important issues. Apparently it's called political posturing. All imo
sphere25
11/12/2020
08:41
Yes, very nice update and a buyback announced. Back to 60p plus imo.. Roch
rochdae
11/12/2020
07:43
LSL reported too Rising tide lifting "The very significant increase in house sales agreed following the end of the May lockdown has given rise to significant pressures in parts of the housing chain, notably a market-wide shortage in conveyancing capacity. This has meant that the average time taken to exchange and complete on agreed sales has increased in the market generally. This has resulted in significant growth in the residential exchange pipeline, which at 31 October 2020 stood at circa £24m (2019: £16m). This is the highest level in over ten years in Your Move and Reeds Rains keystone branches, the highest since LSL has owned the LSLi brands and the highest in over four years in Marsh & Parsons. "
hillofwad
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