Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Grainger LSE:GRI London Ordinary Share GB00B04V1276 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.20p +2.28% 278.60p 278.20p 278.60p 279.20p 271.00p 276.60p 1,379,094 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 264.7 86.3 18.0 15.5 1,162.65

Grainger Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/5/2018
12:10
Loan to Value is not going in the right direction: 39.0% (FY17: 37.7%, HY17: 36.0%).
mtsblogs
17/5/2018
11:53
Strong results. Six months to March. Profit + 23% to £50.6m. Rents up 9% to £21.8m. PRS portfolio now £756m (£439m). Profit on sales +11% at £38.9m. Boss Helen Gordon “positioning for next stage of PRS growth. Results presentation hTtp://webcasting.brrmedia.co.uk/broadcast/5ad61cfa5a296618f17932b3 Huge surge in private rental accommodation forecast: By 2022, 20.5 per cent of households in Britain will be privately renting, up from 19.4 per cent today. By 2025 the sector will reach six million households - around 22 per cent of the total. Numis raise their target to 350 from 320p
shauney2
27/4/2018
16:57
Highest closing price for 9 years.Results next month 17/5
shauney2
25/1/2018
09:12
Breaking out JP Morgan Cazenove up target tp 330 from 320p
shauney2
30/11/2017
22:48
they always do. very good rise over the last few weeks, good news was already built in
coby4
30/11/2017
18:48
I thought the results for Grainger were really good in all respects. They certainly delivered. Why did they go down? I do not understand it
swanmax
30/11/2017
14:06
Thank you mts
martynporter79
30/11/2017
13:00
Martin - EPS expected 14.56 vs 14.3 actual.
mtsblogs
30/11/2017
09:45
Solid results but a share price fall. What am I missing?
martynporter79
26/11/2017
06:40
mtsblogs - thanks for the definition.
huttonr
25/11/2017
20:06
For a property to be considered stabilised, it must have the following characteristics: -The property is fully leased or leased to the market occupancy. -Property rents are at market rates. -Tenant turnover is minimal in the short term and is staggered over the long term. -The property requires minimal capital improvements to maintain present operating standards.
mtsblogs
24/11/2017
08:49
Please make allowances for my ignorance but perhaps someone could tell me the meaning of "stabilised portfolio" used in today's RNS
huttonr
03/11/2017
11:18
A 'Buy' rating issued today by Citigroup : tp 335p.
dogwalker
03/8/2017
11:49
Interesting-looking purchase by someone this morning - of 1.2m shares at 10.37am.
dogwalker
30/5/2017
08:59
Crystal Amber have gone below 3% From citywire UK activist investor Richard Bernstein reduced his holding in the UK’s largest listed residential landlord Grainger (GRI), which recently reported a 39% jump in earnings growth, benefiting from record levels of renting. Bernstein and co-manager Jonathan Marsh reduced their stake to below 3% of the business. The company’s share price is up 19.5% over the last six months. The shares are held in their £214.5 million Crystal Amber fund. Grainger recorded a 13% rise in pre-tax profits in the six months to 31 March to £41.2 million, from £36.6 million year-on-year. In its half-year results, CEO Helen Gordon said the company is expecting to complete a new private rental sector building every two months over the next year and has secured £439 million from a total £850 million target set for 2020. She added: ‘Our strategy to grow rents and simplify and focus the business puts Grainger in a strong position to deliver further sustainable income led growth.’
shauney2
26/5/2017
22:54
its a transforming operation - a long way to go and a lot longer to prove that this bandwagon that they were a bit late to jump on will prove to be the cash cow that the regulated tenancy market was for so much of its history.
coby4
26/5/2017
11:48
Buy in todays IC "Forget the old Grainger (GRI), the manager of a stodgy regulated-tenancy property portfolio, and say hello to a transformed operation focused on the private rental sector (PRS), currently one of the hottest parts of the housing market. With a chronic shortage of new housing, demand for rental accommodation is growing all the time, and Grainger is more than halfway towards its aim of investing £850m by 2020"
shauney2
22/5/2017
08:34
indeed, they have reduced exposure in the regions which is ironic as much of their new PRS investment appears to be in that direction. interesting that the last six months sales were only 2% above their last September's valuation - the lowest increase I've seen for a long time. good to see the increasing dividend though
coby4
22/5/2017
07:48
One thing to watch though, is that a large percentage of their real estate is not surprisingly in central and inner city London, where (as you probably know) there are concerns that house prices are overvalued and set to decline (or at least pause) for a while
brummy_git
21/5/2017
19:27
Grainger not really in a similar business to British Land or Daejan -although Grainger are diverting into the PRS sector their wholly assets are manly modest properties let to regulated tenants who have been resident since before 1989 when this tenancy type ended. importantly they have security of tenure and the properties are only sold at open market value when vacant - when the tenant has usually passed away or gone into care. the property assets have to be discounted to reflect the fact that if the company had to be liquidated tomorrow the assets could only be sold with the tenants in occupation. saying that though the company has for years had a share price which doesn't match even its true "discounted" value. good to see the recent rise though and will hopefully step up again when the world knows what the heck Trump is doing!
coby4
21/5/2017
18:29
Yes, so you just need to read the latest update. The number I suspect you're looking for is the EPRA NNNAV - or 295p/share. http://www.investegate.co.uk/grainger-plc--gri-/rns/half-year-results/201705190700066011F/
brummy_git
21/5/2017
17:44
@Brummy_git: Thanks, but don't they revalue the portfolio to market value every year for the accounts?
apollocreed1
21/5/2017
17:37
Apollo- Need to look at the open-market value of their assets, not their book value in the accounts
brummy_git
21/5/2017
16:43
Can anyone explain why Grainger is valued at a such a high P/B of 1.5? Land Securities is trading at 0.8 and Daejan is on 0.7. Why should Grainger be trading at double their valuations while running a very similar business?
apollocreed1
19/5/2017
09:18
Great results today I think share price will gain some traction now new strategy seems to be working well
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