Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Real Estate Investors Plc LSE:RLE London Ordinary Share GB00B45XLP34 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.25 0.64% 39.50 31,936 13:48:48
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
39.00 40.00 39.50 39.25 39.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 16.43 -20.24 -11.51 74
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:20:03 O 100 39.95 GBX

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Real Estate Investors Daily Update: Real Estate Investors Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RLE. The last closing price for Real Estate Investors was 39.25p.
Real Estate Investors Plc has a 4 week average price of 38.50p and a 12 week average price of 36p.
The 1 year high share price is 42p while the 1 year low share price is currently 27p.
There are currently 186,420,598 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 52,945 shares. The market capitalisation of Real Estate Investors Plc is £73,636,136.21.
hillofwad: They haven't had alook in purely as they haven't opened their eyes The industrial property investment market has been very active over the last 10 years in the W and E Midlands ,plenty of kit changing hands . Recently they have all been going to best bids with investors all over the kit like a rash .So different to retail and office The profile of Institutional ownership of industrial property assets is no different to offices and retail Just ask RLE who are the mugs who have been acquiring the Scottish institutionally owned assets in Walsall and Crewe , big players. Institutional owners have also been busy too buying and selling industrial stock numerous sale and leaseback deals Lots of shifting of secondhand stock in the West Bromwich and Wolverhampton where there is a plethora of small industrial estates Generally speaking what you were picking up for 8.5% ;9.5 % in 2016 is 6.5 /7.5 % or less today Values up 10% + whereas retail and office investments in the other direction All RLE had to do was turn up. Ask any Brum investment agent RLE have missed a trick Just take a look at FSP transactions a small niche investment practice to confirm They were the agents that stuffed RLE into the small retail parade in Nottingham which has shredded value. Its a crying shame that RLE weren't involved in some of the industrial /distribution property transactions which have actually gained value. Take a look at all the juicy deals they have missed under the heading TRANSACTIONS hxxps://
trcml: I've been watching RLE since share price 8p long before Bsssi Having wondered why I don't trust him, i've concluded that it's his style rather than substance. High yields in B'ham area is not a sign of cheap but of limited or nil-growth. Yield compression would increase capital value but yield expansion reduces it. I'm not unduly concerned with duration of lease term: the trend is for retail tenants to want short-terms for flexibility rather tan any intention to not renew. Provide REL can keep up the divi i would think the share price should provide some growth. Bassi won't want the share price to languish for long.
chucko1: Hillofwad, you underestimate those who DO look under the bonnet, but see insufficient nastiness to justify a very low price. That is why some have made a decent return, and some have not had the risk appetite. This would by no means be unique to RLE as similar comments were made about RGL (in particular) and AEWU, albeit with rather less apparent personal involvement as you seem to exhibit. In these two cases, an accurate (and mature) appraisal of the risk/return would have been the route to once in decades returns. Everything else is a stream of irrelevance. I am here to make money, not engage in some sort of crusade.
hillofwad: You do yourself no favours by accepting what is said in RNS as gospel without lifting the bonnet to undertake analysis of risk and reward You deserve to be called out for a large dose of confirmation bias when referring to the voids as "the poorer properties " when they have been flagged up by RLE as anything but Just a small blip in their normal stellar universe or so they say Its extremly hard to analyse when the BODS fail to inform shareholders of significant events which impact greatly on values til well after the event hoping for some miracle to occur in the meantime to get themselves out of jail ' Shareholders havent got a clue how much rental values have been affected with all the candy floss stats It really shouldnt be the job of observers to impart information of what is going on at the coalface This is not the case with other REITS who have a much higher level of transparency
chucko1: Unfortunately, the very negative slant of this board, even including when the share price was below 30p, is not matched by the reality of the results (or at least update), and hence advance in share price. Some of the outcomes for their individual properties are hardly great, but (like some other REITs), the share price indicated far worse, which was unrealistic. It's sectoral trends which cause permanent damage, not individual properties (at least not at a circa 50% discount as was). Furthermore, the focus on the poorer properties within their portfolio did not pay attention to the overall percentage of the portfolio affected. I have not seen it mentioned as a matter of importance, which of course it is. In other words, there has not been any sensible analysis of the prospects for profitable investment, which I would have thought is the reason for bothering with any of this at all. That said, alternatives (like SREI) have fared a little better relatively, but a 38% total return the past 12 months or a 76% annualised return from its low in September last year (by comparison, SREI 56% and 92% respectively) makes you wonder if this board's groupthink has been unhelpful.
hillofwad: St Modwen's development in Walsall Town Centre at the Quarter is currently on the market located close to RLE holdings RLE will be hoping their valuers don't cotton onto the very juicy yield of 14% £3.25m offer. A few years back when RLE were busy acquiring their assets it carried a value of £12m Https://
jm barrie100: hillofwad - you do seem obsessed with RLE, just checked your last 30 posts, all on RLE. Ex-employee, ex-shareholder, estate agent who gets no business from RLE?
hillofwad: The best they can do is flog off a couple of these assets for a small profit on book and flag up those % increases on BV and hopefully this fairly dust wlll wash over the white elephants sitting in the folio where the loss in value will go largely unnoticed as they will not exposed to the market They are going to have to do this to get a warchest There is never any bad news at RLE only opportunities presenting Hopefully new investors like Chuck will spot this "value" opportunity and that might move the share price up a bit Certainly that is a strong possibility
hillofwad: "Meaning it's already in the price or the market is ignoring risk." The share price seems to have stabilised since the share buyback but the reality is the only piece of "good news" is that they have got the Aldi away at Bearwood at a decent price . However the completion date isn't until the autumn All the bad news yet to appear in open daylight which I don't think is fully factored in .The big losses in rents at Oldbury& W Brom wont appear until Q2 RLE work best l making opportunistic buys when the chips are down in the market but unless they jettison some more stock have a limited pot to play with especaily as they have chosen to buy shares in CAR PARKING RLE have switched their car park operater and it looks as if RLE retain all the risks of income . I maybe wrong hxxp://
winsome: hillofwad, I hear what you say. For my sake I hope you've already missed the boat and that the share price continues to recover to previous levels. Re you last comment, I guess they don't have so much knowledge in the industrial sector or wanted to limit exposure there because it has been out of fashion in the past. I'm a big fan of REITS but I have another similar to RLE: SLI also sank to half NAV recently for little reason other than current market sentiment but is also recovering nicely. I hold BBOX and SHED, PHP and AGR which have all performed well over the years. Strange announcement from Regional REIT today. Their share price is being trashed because they hold 80% offices. Yet they now intend to move to 100% offices. Glad I don't hold that one.
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