Impact Healthcare Reit Dividends - IHR

Impact Healthcare Reit Dividends - IHR

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Impact Healthcare Reit Plc IHR London Ordinary Share GB00BYXVMJ03 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.60 0.53% 113.60 16:35:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
113.80 112.20 113.80 113.60 113.00
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Impact Healthcare Reit IHR Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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cwa1: Results out this morning:- NAV UP 100% rent collection Dividend forecast to increase in the coming year Outlook and summary As demonstrated in 2020, our business is resilient and our portfolio provides crucial infrastructure supporting vulnerable elderly people across the UK. We remain well-capitalised and are confident that the fundamental drivers of our industry and business remain strong, even if the recovery from COVID-19 is slower than we would like. We are positioned to deliver further portfolio diversification and growth that will generate attractive returns for shareholders. At the same time, we will continue to responsibly deliver value to our tenants, their residents and healthcare professionals, over the long term. Steady and solid as she goes :-)
18bt: Another strong update - not least of which is 93% of their Care Homes getting at least one does of vaccine. The increase in the target dividend puts this on a 5.8% yield. Plus a bit of capital growth and that is well in line with what I am targeting for the long term returns on this share.
catch007: Been adding over the course of the pandemic. Good divi, strong rent collection and excellent prospects post covid. The vaccination process reduces care home risk and the share price will surely respond in time.
18bt: SP here hasn't really responded to the COVID de-risking of the Care sector which is happening in the next couple of weeks. IHR tends to have better run management companies (and larger ones) as its tenants. These are the ones that can organise the vaccinations in good time. Vaccines are going to open up a gap between the bigger and smaller care homes and IHR looks well placed.
cwa1: Satisfactory stuff:-
18bt: I'm surprised with continued 100% rent collection and therefore the future dividend stream looking increasingly secure that the share price isn't much closer to pre-COVID levels. Given that interest rates are lower, the value of that dividend stream is higher. Whilst there is definitely a societal debate to have post COVID on caring for the elderly, I can't see significant risk for well-run private carehome groups. Council-owned, smaller groups, smaller homes and highly leverage PE groups, yes I can see higher regulation will cost, but in those that take in largely privately funded residents, there will be a premium to be paid for those care homes where COVID was handled well. All most all of IHP's estate and tenants are in this category.
cwa1: Pleasing results:- Rupert Barclay, Chairman of Impact Healthcare REIT PLC, commented: " The Group works closely with all its tenants as they continue to provide an essential service to the communities in which they operate. We remain a long-term business and the Company's healthcare portfolio continues to provide crucial social care infrastructure supporting vulnerable elderly people across the UK. We are confident that, despite the short-term uncertainty produced by the pandemic, the fundamental drivers of our industry and business remain strong. The Company's business model remains robust and resilient as demonstrated by the Group's 100% collection of rent due for the year to date and we continue to be well positioned for the short and longer term. We remain well capitalised, with a strong balance sheet and have significant liquidity and headroom, which together leave us well placed to continue to deliver value responsibly for all our stakeholders: our tenants, residents in the care homes we own, our tenants' care professionals and our shareholders." Asset sale at a chunky premium to book:- ASSET DISPOSAL AND SMALLER RELATED PARTY TRANSACTION The Board of Directors of Impact Healthcare REIT plc (ticker: IHR), the real estate investment trust which gives investors exposure to a diversified portfolio of UK healthcare real estate assets, in particular care homes, is pleased to announce that the Group has sold The Shrubbery care home in Worcester to a developer for alternative use. The sales price represents a 24% premium to the latest book value as at 30 June 2020 and a 29% uplift on the purchase price . And dividend news as expected:- This dividend is for the period from 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2020 and is payable on 4 September 2020 to shareholders on the register on 21 August 2020. The ex-dividend date will be 20 August 2020. This dividend will be a property income distribution dividend ("PID"). This dividend is in line with the aggregate total dividend target of 6.29 pence per share 1 for the year ending 31 December 2020, which was reaffirmed by the Board on 10 July 2020 as a result of the Group's 100% collection of rent for the year to date. Oh, and did we mention, we've had 100% rent collection for the period :-)
cwa1: Just taken a little additional piece of IHR at 96'ish. SEEMS decent medium term value here to me. Time will tell, I suppose.
rjmahan: I think IHR is a really, really, good idea - care home investment trust. Chart also looks good to me, particularly when you look at what other trusts have done... hTTps://
stemis: Yes, looks anomalous compared to THRL which seems to have recovered sharply to around Nav, whilst IHR is a discount of 36%
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