Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Redefine International LSE:RDI London Ordinary Share IM00B8BV8G91 ORD 8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.39p +1.00% 39.37p 39.18p 39.25p 39.38p 38.50p 38.50p 169,039 11:59:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 89.6 8.6 0.5 78.7 695.34

Redefine International Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/7/2017
22:37
Full explanation from RDI web site regarding dividend split hxxp://www.redefineinternational.com/~/media/Files/R/Redefine-International/documents/reit-summary.pdf
macthepak
29/6/2017
19:08
Both parts paid yesterday on I-web
micos
29/6/2017
16:23
Balance paid today. Inc Withholding Tax (ISA)
eithin
28/6/2017
20:17
Property income Google REIT for an answer.
eithin
28/6/2017
20:12
Why do they split the dividend?
micos
28/6/2017
19:33
There are two dividend payments making 1.3p in total.
poacher45
28/6/2017
19:12
Only received the 0.325p part of the 1.3p dividend on 26/6. Did not elect for additional shares. Anyone else in same boat??
eithin
13/5/2017
15:22
On the surface the figures look ghastly but I am sure the accountants will be able to take advantage of the capital expenditure in there creative accountancy class 101. The key paragraph in the statement is "Redefine International owns 10 adjoining retail units on Albion Street, which is a key artery in Derby's main retail centre linking the city's Intu shopping centre to Primark and the historic Old Town. The area is the subject of major redesign and refurbishment plans by Derby City Council, which will transform the area into a family-focused shopping destination." Now that RDI have a "anchor tenant" this will reflect positively on the rents RDI can negotiate or renegotiate for the remaining units. I would have liked a department store or supermarket as the anchor tenant but I am happy with TK Maxx, a value fashion retailer. Fashion and, in particular, value fashion retailers are becoming stronger, but most often as a cluster of stores rather than one individual anchor tenant so with Primark up the road this is the start of a cluster with different brands operating alongside each other, they should drive a significant part of the footfall within Derby town centre.
macthepak
12/5/2017
22:26
Surely cant be correct. They are only paying 12 times what my tenant pays for a two bedroom flat!!! Is it 200K per month??
renew
12/5/2017
16:48
Not sure if I understand the maths of the Derby deal Spending £2.2m to get a rent of £0.2k for 15 years and the fit out will take 18 months. Heaven only knows if TK Maxx will be in existence at the end of 15 years and they will then have to spend more money on reconfiguring.
cerrito
26/4/2017
09:04
Interim reduction due to a large number of shares issued in relation to the AUK acqusition
macthepak
26/4/2017
08:32
Reduced the Interim dividend by 20% ?
garycook
24/4/2017
15:43
Disagree. Property income distribution (PID) are normally paid after deduction of withholding tax at the basic rate of income tax (20%), which the REIT pays to HMRC on behalf of the shareholder. HOWEVER certain types of shareholder are tax exempt and receive gross PID dividends. Examples of such classes are: UK Companies Charities Local Authorities UK Pension Schemes Managers of PEPs, ISAs and Child Trust Funds Forms for claiming exemption from withholding tax on PID dividend payments are provided by RDI from their web site. I trade and hold my ISA via iWEB and I receive all payments from RDI gross without having filled out any forms.
macthepak
23/4/2017
04:07
If you take out the 20% witholding tax then RDI only yields 6.84%,from 8.55% gross.But I have noticed also that Top yields also has RDI not including in there FTSE 350 list,but I have informed them.I would be a buyer of RDI if the witholding tax was removed.
garycook
22/4/2017
22:56
Just reading a copy of this months Money Observer magazine. Under the title five alternative options for 7% income it mentions the following shares with yields: Carillon (9.3%), Int Personal Finance (7.6%), Barratt Developments (7.5%), Tayor Wimpey (7.4%), Brown (N) Group (7.1%), Aberdeen Assett Mangement (6.9%), BP (6.9%), Berkley Homes (6.8%), Royal Dutch Shell (6.7%) and Debenhams (6.7%) Thats right Redefine International is missing from their list. The figures are sourced from SharePad dated 02.03.2017 If you go by the latest figures dated 21.04.17: Carillion (8.63%), Redefine International (8.55%), Pearson (8.27%), Royal Dutch Shell 'A' (7.38%), Royal Dutch Shell 'B' (7.15%), BP (7.08%), Aberdeen Asset Management (7.04%) etc If you google top ftse 350 dividend payers you will find Redefine International is consistently missing from there lists. Any thoughts on this? Conspiracy? Why is Redefine International not being promoted by the press?
macthepak
11/4/2017
14:46
happy for them to buy decent properties on a double digit cash on cash return
grollfam
11/4/2017
13:40
Regarding the WAULT it depends on your investment objectives. If your looking for stability of income then a long WAULT is best for example Secure Income REIT plc has an average WAULT of 23 years yet at its current share price its yield is only 2.7% with an LTV of 53% BUT if your looking for income growth then shorter WAULT may work in your favour for example RDI has an average WAULT of 7.8 years, at current share price its forward yield is above 7% and with an LTV of 53.4% All about risk management. I had hoped they would use the money to bring the debt levels down.
macthepak
07/4/2017
14:30
Looks like a decent acquisition announced today. Yield of 7.4% not available in the UK market. Good covenant but only 8.4 years WAL is not great
makinbuks
17/3/2017
16:32
Good to see us finish on the daily high.
sir andrew ffoulkes
09/3/2017
09:44
Has gone up to 20% in recent SA BUDGET
grollfam
09/3/2017
09:28
Regarding the Dividend,because RDI is dual listed UK/S.Africa.What is the percentage of Holding tax on the actual dividend received is it 15% or 25% ?
garycook
02/3/2017
16:23
Cutting the dividend has caused the fall in the share price but still good value.
poacher45
02/3/2017
16:05
Anyone know why the continued downward trend?!
bothdavis
22/2/2017
10:31
I thought that the last update was pretty positive and perhaps actions/potential actions of large shareholders depressing price...topped up a few weeks back...seems too early.
cerrito
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