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NRR Newriver Reit Plc

0.40 (0.51%)
12 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Newriver Reit Plc LSE:NRR London Ordinary Share GB00BD7XPJ64 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 0.51% 78.50 78.20 78.30 78.30 77.30 77.30 342,736 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Investment Trust 73.6M -16.8M -0.0537 -14.58 244.14M
Newriver Reit Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trust sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NRR. The last closing price for Newriver Reit was 78.10p. Over the last year, Newriver Reit shares have traded in a share price range of 67.70p to 88.40p.

Newriver Reit currently has 312,603,487 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Newriver Reit is £244.14 million. Newriver Reit has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -14.58.

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BLND just re-instated their dividend. NRR need to do the same now.
Looks like the presentation went down well
Would he turn down NRR here though.
"...And I think my spaceship knows which way to go
Tell my wife I love her very much
She knows..."

Bowie turned down a CBE and knighthood.

Apologies for the randomness.

They clearly are yearning to distribute something. Even if the divvy just a penny a quarter I reckon in the immortal words of david bowie, check ignition and May gods love be with you?
Very good presentation, 2 hours well spent, thanks to the NewRiver team for the update.

"Companies strong intention, and were very clear about this to reinstate our dividend at the earliest possible opportunity, as I mentioned previously we have results coming out in a few weeks, that is a logical opportunity for myself, Alan and the team to address that specific issue, we will be discussing that with our board obviously and our committee in advance of results release and we will provide our guidance at that time.... totally committed to reinstated that dividend as soon as possible."

VOW in a usual year I agree but with rental moratorium not due to expire until 31/12/20 and more likely 31/3/21 i suspect immoral tenants could avoid it this year and wait til 31/12 see what thye've got left in the kitty and then decide whether to pay or not!

Anyhow there collection stats at least assure us the majority of tenants aren't in that space and given it the PI backed big boys like Boots, Superdrug who are withholding then if you don't believe they are CVA candidates at some point then rent is going to be paid so its punt on that.

"The update is welcome and better than expected. But no retailer misses their Sept Qtr rent as that includes Xmas. Boxing Day is the one to watch."

Not really, given you cant be evicted right now. And certainly not if you avoided paying March and June.

Furthermore the overriding issue is the lack of being able to even chase properly till 31st Dec December. Some national chains will just avoid till then (unless extended).

"Landlord New River REIT is pushing ahead with its plans to convert some of its retail and pub destinations into housing, it announced today, amid a challenging period for the sector"

It also said it had collected 66% of rents, and "The REIT’s retail and pub businesses were both cash positive throughout lockdown, it added."

The update is welcome and better than expected. But no retailer misses their Sept Qtr rent as that includes Xmas. Boxing Day is the one to watch.
Another minor point but interesting that there is such a material difference between the decline in the pubs with outsourced management (9%) against own managed (16%).

Might just be location.. but always thought a pub landlord did a better job than a manager.

That development has been rumbling on since 2016?

More residential makes sense.

With regards to valuations, yes the comparison to the decline suffered by others in their June interims (published Sept) is misleading. Ultimately the last balance sheet date for those REITs is Dec19. So no CV 19 impact.

This has had a bad March 2020 - i would still expect more though coming through, just not on the same level.

Also some of the comparisons such as capital and legal have very specific issues. Their Luton asset which is highly material is taking a tanking due to other developments.

provost half of that 140m will go on Burgess Hill if they push go but given its anchored by a multiplex they may well be prudent to bide there time.
With a year end of 31/03 NRR suffered a writedown of 17.6% on its Regional shopping centres. All these asset write downs people talk of are partly / mostly priced in.

"our £45 million of undrawn revolving credit facilities and our eligibility for £50 million of financing under the Covid Corporate Finance Facility ('CCFF'), which the Company currently has no need or intention to draw, the Company has total available liquidity of £235 million."

"Will it be able to get through this without a fund raise?" I was wondering when the trolls were going to give their tuppence on their perceived lack of cash increases?

The question here is what on earth are NewRiver going to do with £140 million in cash. Im guessing they are waiting to see what Covid will throw up next, but the growing consensus is we just need to live with it, and any further restrictions will meet growing resentment due to lowering death rates approaching seasonal flu.

The bigger issue seems to be what asset write down will it suffer this year and what the subsequent LTV will be.

With a year end of 31/03 LAND suffered a writedown of 27.5% on its regional retail and 25.5% on its retail parks, and that only covers the initial covid impact.

A 20% writedown would push NRR LTV to 54% against a 60% covenant.

It is keen to sell assets, but the only large asset it has managed to sell is the one it bought last year.

Will it be able to get through this without a fund raise?

They should have referenced the impact of the 10pm curfew across Hawthorn theres not one pubco group listed or not saying its having a detrimental impact and as provosts points out thats before imposition of restrictions in the North which will cut across part of the estate if imposed.

That said rental income stats very transparent and are again evidence of the propco sector implementing the 'code of conduct' and taking the pain but not being supported by the government over the can pay but wont fraternity.

Im surmising monthlies is included in the collected stat and deferral are payments to come at some point - a couple of others have indicated when those payments are likely - so at cash level looks working assumption should 70%.

Lets hope for a decent support package over the weekend if pub restrictions are put in place.

Cash Is King.

Looks like they could be good for a restoration of up to 40% of dividend based purely on the numbers. But there was no mention of shareholders at all, so perhaps not uppermost in their thoughts at present with threats of further restrictions around the corner.

For me, the sales of part of their portfolio at close to book is important. The LTV of up to 47% has freaked the market. To the patient, this has outperformance writ large. Just not in 2020, most probably.

Even turning the divi back on at a 'mere' 50% would spark a feeding frenzy. I can't see that happening right now, but maybe 6p per annum would set things in the right direction. Here's hoping.
lord gnome
At some point they have to given REIT rules though they could convert out of being a REIT but I don't see that happening
Update looks pretty good , trading well and the unpaid rent more than covered by the div holidays , My guess is at some point soon they can reach agreement with the bulk of the tenants and turn the div back on at 75% and spark a huuuge rally
Fire and brimstone will fall, and the dead shall rise from the grave.

It read pretty well to me.

15-20% of rents remain uncollected running into £millions

most of its tenants in ghost towns will vacate as leases expire

Thanks Essential was in looking at other REIT's like SREI but particularly CAL that caused me to doubt my own conviction to this share so I was keen to listen to how others on here saw the situation ...I did go on to the UKCM board but couldn't find skyships post on the choice of alternatives..I couldn't resist making a post on there though wrt UKCM..
candid investor
Imagine if they paid a dividend.
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