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NRR Newriver Reit Plc

75.00
0.30 (0.40%)
20 May 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
  0.30 0.40% 75.00 74.20 74.50 74.90 74.30 74.70 3,514,711 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Investment Trust 73.6M -16.8M -0.0537 -13.87 232.89M
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 74.70p. Over the last year, Newriver Reit shares have traded in a share price range of 71.00p to 92.00p.

Newriver Reit currently has 312,603,487 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Newriver Reit is £232.89 million. Newriver Reit has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -13.87.

Newriver Reit Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/12/2021
10:23
Yes fenners, they seem to use headline sales price to calculate a gain on book.
As the net sales price cannot yet be assured, the truth is that they don't know whether it is at a premium or loss to book.

Book value £37m
Headline sale price £38.8
Net sale price excluding escrow amount £33.3m

So it has been sold for anything between a 10% loss and 4.9% premium, to book.

'' highlights the significant value we can create through our Regeneration expertise.''

Expertise, really !

flyfisher
22/12/2021
10:14
marksp2011 - I missed the 4.9% line
However the next detail is just the facts - if you take that as spin so be it - its not.

fenners66
22/12/2021
10:11
I was hoping they were being conservative with the valuations for the regeneration assets and we would get some decent uplifts. Indeed, the latest results presentation suggested potentially 50% upside, so struggling to get too excited about today's news. I guess NRR is on 35% discount so probably shouldn't complain too much.
riverman77
22/12/2021
10:09
fenners

You do seem desperate for this not to be a positive thing.

Are you someone with no shareholding who chooses to take on the mission of telling everyone that they are wrong and have made a mistake investing?

I must admit I do that on occasion. I posted my views on the SMDS thread. Quite a long post giving my analysis v the sector and against VWRL. I fielded questions on what I had posted but I havent been on the thread since. Nothing wrong with being negative on a stock.

My Holding is at 61p, I have had 7.1 in divis and, another 4p+ coming in january. For me, this has been an excellent investment and every penny is another £500 in the coffers.

marksp2011
22/12/2021
09:59
It's a step in the right direction. Work the planning and sell out the development risk to others. Agree with f66, It's probably a marginal profit bearing in mind the time capital has been deployed here. Modest increase on book value is welcome but that would include stratospheric residential value improvement in Oxford. Credit due to board for change in strategy.
mindthestash
22/12/2021
09:55
Sorry missed that line 4.9%.

That translates into £1.81m of the Gross Sales Price.

But then we learn that "Of the gross proceeds, GBP5.5 million is to be held in escrow as a rental and service charge guarantee and to cover the purchaser's costs of agreeing a new headlease"

So depending on how much of that (it would only take 33%) they have to pay out it would result in a loss to last valuation

Use all of it and it would have been a 10% loss.

fenners66
22/12/2021
09:38
It says in the RNS that it was a 4.9% premium to the latest valuation. Not bad I suppose, but compare with Harworth who recently sold one of their development projects for more than 100% premium - I would rather pay up for that sort of quality even though the NRR discount does look enticing.
riverman77
22/12/2021
09:25
marksp2011
22 Dec '21 - 07:17 - 3830 of 3831

"Sold at a premium to valuation and at a profit"

Are you sure?
How do you know that?
It's not explicitly said in the RNS.

It tells us only what the original purchase price was, not what was spent since and not what its last valuation was.

fenners66
22/12/2021
07:26
The situation here is improving rapidly and should be reflected in the share price in due course. I have no idea whether this deal is good or not, but the headline numbers look positive and our LTV is improving markedly. Clearly, we are no longer distressed sellers.
lord gnome
22/12/2021
07:17
Sold at a premium to valuation and at a profit
marksp2011
14/12/2021
07:44
Will Hobman, Chief Financial Officer commented: "We have worked hard since the start of the financial year to transform our balance sheet. Our actions mean that LTV is now back within management guidance, finance costs have been reduced, debt maturity has been extended and critically our balance sheet remains fully unsecured with substantial available liquidity. We are pleased that these achievements, combined with our strong operational performance and portfolio positioning, have resulted in the affirmation of our investment grade credit rating."
cwa1
08/12/2021
15:58
Taken a few for the dividend

"In-line with this policy, the Board has declared a dividend of 4.1 pence per share in respect of the six months ended 30 September 2021, based on 80% of UFFO per share of 5.1 pence. The dividend will be paid on 14 January 2022. The ex-dividend date will be 9 December 2021"

I don't really come in for the dividends, but hell may as well do it once a year!

Poor humour aside, I just wonder if the ex div amount might get bought back up too. Mark down tomorrow and then bob around abit here and there.

Less drama than elsewhere but have to take a sit down now and again

All imo
DYOR

sphere25
08/12/2021
00:15
5% divi for the interim, more than I expected, now to guess what the final divi will be!
gbjbaanb
07/12/2021
17:24
Nice move up towards ex-div.
lord gnome
07/12/2021
17:13
Better than nowt. Marginally!
chucko1
07/12/2021
14:28
CFO tucks away a few shares:-
cwa1
01/12/2021
13:29
Ex div next Thursday.9th December.
fidra
25/11/2021
16:48
Solid volume today on the rise as well
cwa1
25/11/2021
11:28
I agree NRR still looks decent value but have quite a bit of property and see better risk adjusted value in things like EPIC, BREI and HWG.
riverman77
25/11/2021
11:20
Looks like a possibility of say 9p in a year of dividends.would be a good yield.

Also the asset value at 131p per share is a large premium 43p over where the share price is even now.

So over 12 months 9p income possible and maybe another 20p on the share price.

All things being equal.ie they don’t get any worse.

That’s a possible return of 29p or about 34% over the year.

Looks pretty decent on that scenario.

fidra
25/11/2021
10:44
The expenses always worried me a bit and I always disliked the fact that they refuse to publish a KIID, saying that it is not required for a REIT. You can argue the usefulness of the costs section for REITs but still, everyone else does it

Was on a 48% discount, which felt too high. Now on 35%, which might be a little low, given the continuing uncertainties?

alan pt
25/11/2021
10:21
Well e sharing with the wife

riverman. I dont think we will know the truth of it until things stabilise. They must be paying out a fortune chasing rents and dealing with the fallout

No choice but to include hawthorn. When the accounts were drawn up there was no guarantee they were going to get it sold

marksp2011
25/11/2021
10:06
A bit cheeky including the Hawthorn contribution in the UFFO - this will obviously drop out and cut this figure by half so hardly underlying. Also slightly concerned over the level of the property operating and admin expenses which effectively eat up half of the rent. The portfolio may yield around 9% but half of that goes in expenses! Took the opportunity to sell out after this rise.
riverman77
25/11/2021
10:00
Huge my take had been 2p divi but nav around 135-140 so got that wrong way round divi was up more and nav was down more. In part though UFFO does have a Hawthorn contribution that will drop out in 2nd half and that in itself was also flattered by an insurance claim. That said there will be a lower finance costs following Hawthorn disposal which will neutralise that and if covid recover in rents continues they ought to be able to pay another 4p in H2.
nickrl
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