Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Purplebricks Group LSE:PURP London Ordinary Share GB00BYV2MV74 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.40p -1.27% 419.40p 418.60p 420.60p 431.00p 417.80p 431.00p 106,874 14:41:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 46.7 -6.0 -1.0 - 1,144.82

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/2/2018
18:59
Rog this is your last chance to get out of this non profit making price gouger. Remember it is better to travel than to arrive. As soon as the reality hits that Purp will never make any money the price will dive. Just Eat this is not!!!
ltcm1
22/2/2018
00:19
you guy(s) stay in denial good luck with your shorts, chaps
rogthepodge
21/2/2018
13:04
I saw the Emoov advert and now they offer a no sale no fee deal. Purp are going to have to change their model, these companies advertise in the same places, no reason to go to purp atm
bobmonkeyhouse
21/2/2018
13:01
Run of the mill estate agents are reacting to purple. I had one through the door this week offering to sell for £695 +vat. Purple is a good idea but estate agents have to react or go out of business. I now see them reacting with lower fees which really was the only driver of selling with Purple. The question being is will Purple cut costs?
celeritas
21/2/2018
09:55
Rog, Because that would completely change their business model! Revenue would fall, especially if the property market gets 'sticky'! The High St. guys would simple reduce their fees and PURP lose their advantage, and have no presense on the High St.!
andy
21/2/2018
02:21
nobody going to answer Nick Rees question? TW is usually not short of inventing a response, to almost anything
rogthepodge
15/2/2018
14:45
as this chap comments under Tom's Estate Agent Today article above Nick Rees 13 February 2018 11:48 AM Interesting piece...and I hope your analysis transpires to be correct, however, once they have optimal awareness and traction on their existing model what prevents them from moving over to a no sale, no fee model and implement a more traditional structure?
rogthepodge
15/2/2018
14:05
Https://www.estateagenttoday.co.uk/features/2018/2/purplebricks-boards-up-shares-down?source=mostcommented
bbmsionlypostafter
15/2/2018
13:21
Well that 800 quid justifies a billion pound market cap!
bobmonkeyhouse
15/2/2018
12:14
I skimmed through an article at the weekend but I forget where and don't have the link It was comparing Seekers estate agents to purple bricks and saying this is why this will fail Seekers came in with much cheaper estate agency fees and initially took off, but it is now bust.....
bobmonkeyhouse
15/2/2018
11:29
They'll be asking him for a trustpilot review: "I saw one of their signs near me." 5 stars from ltcm1. Verified Order.
dangersimpson2
15/2/2018
11:12
Ramper alert! :-) I wondered why the price was rising again, obviously they must have informed the market of the sale....
andy
13/2/2018
17:05
uk housing market from Evening Standard London leads house price plunge into 'the red zone' as market ... Evening Standard-4 hours ago London has led a nationwide slump in house prices, prompting a warning that the “dial is in the red zone” on the housing market. Fresh data today showed annual UK house prices fell for the first time in six years at the start of 2018 amid a slump in demand. Values dropped 0.4% in January compared with a ... UK house prices show first annual decline in six years Property Community-Feb 12, 2018 View all
buywell3
12/2/2018
11:28
I don't think there is a restriction on the unquoted companies in the Equity Income Fund (at least not what I can see from the prospectus.) I think it is the Patient Capital Trust that has the issue but not in the way you think. It's prospectus says 'investment in unquoted companies will be limited to 60 per cent. of Net Asset Value at the time of investment;' So although the unquoted amount is around 70% in WPCT at the moment (based on last declared holdings & recent price changes) this shouldn't cause sales (and of course selling listed companies would make this worse.) This potentially is going to stop WPCT putting fresh money into unquoted companies which removes a big source of the uplift in valuation of those companies. So although this could be a big problem for WPCT it won't affect purplebricks. What is a more immediate problem for WPCT is the gearing limit. From prospectus: The Company does not intend to deploy long-term gearing but may employ gearing of up to 20 per cent. of Net Asset Value, calculated at the time of borrowing, for the purpose of capital flexibility, including for investment purposes. By my calculations unless WPCT sells something they will be in breach of this limit. If they need to sell something then being one of the recent winners purplebricks would make sense. In the past it seems the buyer of these sales has been the income focus fund. e.g. it appears this has taken the whole of the allied minds stake that WPCT fund held. There has to be a limit to how much this fund can bail out the others without losing credibility though.
dangersimpson2
12/2/2018
09:04
There's a rumour going around that Woodfood has too many unquoted stocks in his income fund which he can't offload so he has to sell some Purp to raise cash to pay down a covenant. rog I don't want you not having the latest information. Caveat Emptor!!!
ltcm1
10/2/2018
13:18
it's useful having an uncle at 'The Eye' the market is reasonably, taking a rather different view time to make a few more calls to journo friends?
rogthepodge
10/2/2018
12:36
The current Private Eye.
bbmsionlypostafter
10/2/2018
00:45
Thanks Rog.
andy
09/2/2018
23:42
good luck boys, with your shorts and homeless/carlessness.
rogthepodge
09/2/2018
23:34
buywell Neil Woodfood is buying housebuilders so a massive confirmation sign in my book!!! Just look at Carpetright shares. Traditional bellweather of a housing crash!!! rog clearly you didn't experience the negative equity that dogged the first half of the nineties. Caveat emptor!!!
ltcm1
09/2/2018
22:58
i.e. a hobo good luck many have tried this technique before and failed be careful
rogthepodge
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