Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mountview Estates Plc LSE:MTVW London Ordinary Share GB0006081037 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  450.00 4.09% 11,450.00 952 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
11,300.00 11,600.00 11,500.00 11,300.00 11,300.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 64.87 34.94 725.70 15.8 446
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:57:43 O 325 11,450.00 GBX

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04/3/202117:57MOUNTVIEW ESTATES:::::::benefits from distressed BtL?456
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Mountview Estates Daily Update: Mountview Estates Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MTVW. The last closing price for Mountview Estates was 11,000p.
Mountview Estates Plc has a 4 week average price of 11,000p and a 12 week average price of 10,700p.
The 1 year high share price is 12,500p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8,600p.
There are currently 3,899,014 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 221 shares. The market capitalisation of Mountview Estates Plc is £446,437,103.
twells1: up 5% today Why? No announcement No press comment no share dealing
konradpuss: jonwig, I think that the stock price is reflecting a partial recovery (only small mind) in 'value' investing. I further think Mountview have probably found a few more opportunities to buy (so they said) and the sales market for their 'kit' has been O.K. of late. I wonder if they have received 'the keys back' from a greater number of tenants due to Covid? I just wish they would do a survey of the age of their tenants and whether they are the first tenant (you can pass a 'regulated' on once).
konradpuss: Jonwig, Mountview own some good locations in London. They bought a big estate in Southfields a while back which must look very good now. The chief executive told me at the last AGM I attended he was much criticised for buying it at 'the wrong time'. I think he has been vindicated. Yes an odd share price move. I think it is just the market makers not the market.
jonwig: konrad - the header title was based on the idea in 2008 that MTVW would benefit from the GFC by hoovering up properties from distressed owners. The same could be happening again considering that London was worst hit in the first wave. The main question is whether the prices were low enough to make a good enough profit margin.
jonwig: Here, bare bones!
strathroyal: We shouldn't forget that this is a very mature business. There haven't been any regulated ASTs created since 1988 so the age of the tenants must increase year on year. Add to that the fact that MTVW will find it increasingly difficult to replenish these (which account for 90% of the business) and at some stage in the future, the cash flow from sales will remain available for distribution, debt is less than one year's property sales anyway. That's what I'll be looking for tomorrow as they struggled to replenish their sales last year, a trend which I hope has continued.
greatgiginthesky: Where I differ is that I do not regard buying regulated tenancies and holding them to ‘maturity̵7; is a business, any more than me buying a share and holding it for many years is a business. And where the comparison with an investment trust falls down is that ITs don’t have a blocking majority of its shares held by a family. Maybe the family will wish to reassess its position on the passing of the CEO. My point is that if the family then seeks to realise its investment, selling the company at a (reduced) discount to NAV is one option, whilst selling the assets and liquidating the company at no discount is another. Tax considerations excluded. No change in dividend expected tomorrow.
yieldsearch: Forensic Not giving you a definitive answer on the true NAV, however the annual report 2020 is disclosing the sales of properties (page 5), for 2020 see below: sale of properties £45.65m Cost of properties sold £17.69m so 38% of sold price same type of metrics for 2019. Bulk of the unit sold are below £500k in value so seems to be across the portfolio (not just one specific property) Clearly cannot really be extrapolated to the whole portfolio, however give you some basis
jonwig: This carry-on surfaced around five years ago. There was strong criticism of the board at the 2015 AGM. I think one faction of the concert party wanted to realise their investment ("true nav" a lot higher than stated). Others know the details better than I do, but the share price doesn't seem to get hit by the fallout.
greatgiginthesky: True value will only ever be realised when the concert party decides to exit and I doubt that will be for a very long time. This share epitomises the long term approach to investing. Buy for a 20 year, 30 year or longer view to enhancing value. And when the next recession hits the UK economy and the MTVW share price suffers collateral damage, then that is the time to fill your boots with more shares.
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