Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inland LSE:INL London Ordinary Share GB00B1TR0310 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +0.80% 63.00p 62.00p 64.00p 63.00p 62.00p 62.50p 198,230 11:00:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 90.7 19.6 7.8 8.1 127.32

Inland Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/9/2018
14:03
From the Interims: “The average sales price of our residential units was GBP322,000 (2016: GBP319,000), remaining firmly in a part of the market that continues to see strong demand driven by the government initiatives to help first time buyers get onto the housing ladder- 61% of our private sales used the Help to Buy scheme.” With that measure now under attack for boosting house prices, there has to be some fear that it may be scaled back in the Autumn budget. On the positive side is today’s announcement, which supports the move announced last month re the registration as a for profit provider of social housing by the Regulator of Social Housing. https://www.mortgagefinancegazette.com/market-news/housing/government-pledges-2bn-extra-funding-housing-associations-19-09-2018/ Likely to get a mention in tomorrow’s Prelims…
skyship
17/9/2018
07:19
Prelims this Thursday...
skyship
17/9/2018
00:08
ITS STILL GOING DOWN, YOU DINGBAT POTATO HEAD
sefton1
14/9/2018
09:06
With results out soon, I'm looking forward to yet another uplift in the divi taking us into the mid 3%'s.This is becoming a very attractive income stock with great growth potential. spud
spud
31/8/2018
07:00
It seems so. As a long teem investor, I think now is an excellent time to accumulate. INL is so cheap at current price.
nitbhav06
30/8/2018
11:32
Builders out of favour?
davebowler
23/8/2018
20:19
The 50day MA seems to be providing support to the share price If the share price can climb through 66p then the 50day could cross the rising 200day - a positive sign for a recovery to the 80p level: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
23/8/2018
19:22
Breakout was in June but ended in failure.
yump
23/8/2018
17:37
Breakdown.
sefton1
22/8/2018
18:34
As pointed out in previous posts have Inland got the depth of management to manage a mini building conglomerate ? I hope they don't become estate agents as well.
fanshaw
22/8/2018
16:44
I think this is a very shrewd as they now won't be forced to give the affordable housing units away to a third party for a pittance and can manage them profitably
bwm2
22/8/2018
12:44
Feel free to call me a party pooper, but when I read the RNS first thing my first reaction was to wonder if they have the depth of management for all these new initiatives- however each one makes sense in isolation- especially now that Paul Brett is no longer full time.
cerrito
22/8/2018
11:22
Panmure comment; Inland Homes, the leading brownfield developer, housebuilder and partnership housing company with a focus on the south and south east of England, has announced it has gained a Housing Association license. This impressive move demonstrates its innovative approach to house building and broadens its ability to drive further growth in the business. Given the timescales involved in delivering schemes (whether on the private side or the HA side of the business), we have not changing any forecasts. However, very few private house builders are able to achieve this milestone, which over time should enhance both the robustness of the business and growth opportunities.
davebowler
22/8/2018
08:57
Personally I don't understand the criticism. Looks like an entirely sensible and laudable route to both add value; and to present themselves as a good partner to local authorities. Could those with doubts please explain just why they see this permission as in any way deleterious to INL. Looks like a positive to me...
skyship
22/8/2018
08:46
Assume that what they're doing is saying "Right, rather than being held to ransom by a social housing operator every time we have a mixed development, we'll have our own so we can share the spoils". Makes perfect sense. Though as ever with INL, makes it even harder to value them.
igbertsponk
22/8/2018
08:41
duplicate post
spot1034
22/8/2018
08:41
I tend to agree. When I first invested in INL several years ago I understood the intention was to build the company up to a point where it would be sold, as Wicks and Malde had done previously with Country & Metropolitan. As I recall they pretty much spelt this out as their ultimate goal, yet they now seem to be doing everything they can to stop this from happening.
spot1034
22/8/2018
07:22
fanshaw After today's RNS, I was going to write something along the lines of your post, albeit probably not as eloquently. For a relatively small listed housebuilder, INL manages to make itself incredibly difficult to understand.
shanklin
08/8/2018
14:53
As a longterm holder I am unsure what the company is all about at the moment, the shares are unloved and the management seems to be taking the company in all directions and appear to be distrusted by the city and potential investors,It has been mentioned aa number of times on this board that perhaps the best solution is a management byout or put the company up for sale. suggestions on a postcard.
fanshaw
03/8/2018
17:03
Bought back in for a few. Paid the wrong price @ 63p yesterday; but looking for another advance in yield and NAV which ST of the IC will latch onto and once again point out the value.
skyship
26/7/2018
13:28
Sadly p1966 I have no idea but not planning to sell anytime soon. Yes the sector is in the doldrums, but this country still has a shortage of affordable houses. The company is building strong links with housing associations and has an undervalued land bank.
williamgtheobald
26/7/2018
03:27
Any ideas why the share price has been suffering? - particularly when the sector is generally more positive.https://www.google.com/amp/s/uk.webfg.com/amp/news/broker-recommendations/berenberg-housebuilders--3411988.html
p1966
22/7/2018
19:01
My thoughts:Housebuilding- assuming zeros approved, 5 year money with a bullet repayment.- improving margins as construction increasingly taken in-house.Private Rented Sector- lower margins, but improved cash flow- less cyclicalMargin of Safety- substantial discount to EPRADividend- increasing dividend (for those that want it)Periodically, Investors Chronicle have as a buy.DYOR, but what's not to like?Phil
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