Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regional REIT LSE:RGL London Ordinary Share GG00BYV2ZQ34 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 95.00p 94.90p 95.00p - - - 0 05:30:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 52.3 28.7 9.1 10.4 354.18

Regional REIT Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/8/2018
19:59
Mention on the M7 website hTTps://www.m7re.eu/media/news/m7-real-estate-sells-reip-vi-portfolio-to-regional-reit-for-314-million/
nigelrutherford
17/8/2018
19:12
stewart, the only thing depressing the share price here is the weight of Conygar's overhang. Once they have sold their holding the share price will respond upwards.
eeza
17/8/2018
19:10
From the PropFundsworld site, the portfolio in question. hxxps://www.propertyfundsworld.com/2018/08/17/267517/m7-real-estate-sells-reip-vi-portfolio-regional-reit-gbp314m
eeza
17/8/2018
18:50
It feels like I have lost money on this but with regard to the dividend tide it is coming in faster than the Market can mark it down. You'd be very unlucky to have lost at any point. I guess the Market can keep trying to hold back the tide but one feels the fundamentals may eventually overwhelm the levees.
stewart64
17/8/2018
18:34
...and thnx for that Sleepy - hadn't heard of Propertyfundsworld...useful
skyship
17/8/2018
18:15
Thanks hammon. And this seems to cover the remaining properties https://www.propertyfundsworld.com/2017/02/10/248530/m7-makes-first-acquisitions-latest-uk-fund
sleepy
17/8/2018
15:05
hammon - well researched. Seems as though we got Hull & Deeside rather than Oldham; but otherwise certainly looks like the M7 portfolio. Ipswich sounds like the plum property.
skyship
17/8/2018
14:31
Looks like earlier announcement relates to last years M7 acquisitions - hTTp://www.costar.co.uk/en/assets/news/2017/July/M7-buys-seven-regional-assets/
hammonkp
17/8/2018
07:49
Not so many years ago, you couldn't give offices away :) Definitely more supply-constrained than they were.
spectoacc
17/8/2018
07:29
Pleased to see the monies had a home and the deal was obviously organised earlier. 8.7% yield is great. Would be good to see some extra detail I.e occupancy rates and potential for increase, but otherwise looks all positive to me.
uapatel
17/8/2018
07:25
Skyship - if recent sales are anything to go by, the LTV will take care of itself, slowly but surely.
lord gnome
17/8/2018
07:24
Certainly sufficient detail to see that it looks like a good deal, even though I was hoping the might sit on their hand and reduce the LTV toward the 40% target. Still, I can see the attraction of reinvesting £31m south of the border into offices providing 8.7%! "The portfolio consists of eight offices located in Hull, High Wycombe, Stockton-on-Tees, Ipswich, Clevedon, Wakefield, Deeside and Lincoln. The assets total circa 275,000 sq. ft., let to 24 tenants. The assets are expected to provide a net income of approximately GBP2.81 million per annum, which equates to a net initial yield of 8.66%."
skyship
17/8/2018
07:21
Looks a good small purchase, though secondary locations it seems. Was expecting something larger.
spectoacc
17/8/2018
07:21
The RGL management clearly deserve some credit. They have had all their ducks lined up for some time. (Edited)
lord gnome
17/8/2018
07:18
Well that answers that question. Now if only there was a bit more detail in that RNS.
deanowls
15/8/2018
11:32
They can do that on top and f take the shares. A guaranteed divi saving and as it improves hold the shares in treasury if need to raise funds.
deanowls
15/8/2018
09:17
At this stage in the business cycle I would rather they reduced LTV (as promised) and address the poor void position through rent reductions, tenant incentives and sales, even if in doing so the NAV is marginally impaired.
skyship
15/8/2018
09:05
I would rather they use the money to make more profit and have the market want to take care of those shares itself.
fenners66
15/8/2018
07:01
Good point - they have loads of cash so make an exceptional share buyback - good idea. Though I suppose a few further months of abnormality doesn't much matter in the long-term scheme of things.
skyship
15/8/2018
03:07
RGL could take the 8 m shares off CIC and increase the nav further.
deanowls
14/8/2018
18:31
Sky - my thanks to you and to Adam for clearing this up I have also just come across this sale brochure for Wardpark from 2016 (when I believe the estate was owned by Regional) which sheds additional light http://www.cushwakesales.com/Data/CWI240/en-GB/Documents/Cushman%20Wakefield%20Wardpark%20Cumbernauld%20March%2016.pdf
sleepy
14/8/2018
17:19
CIC's holding: 31/03/18: 25.418m 20/07/18: 18.235m (4.89%) Locked in until 24/09/18: 8.776m Could be held down at this level until Christmas, unless RGL manage to find someone to take them out!
skyship
14/8/2018
16:43
Thanks Sky. CIC's holding seems to be elastic.
eeza
14/8/2018
16:35
An encouragingly rapid response from RGL: ======================================== Once again thank you for assistance and bringing the below to our attention. If I may draw the reader of the Annual Report to the third point on page 35, which notes that there are additional units which do not form part of the main estate holdings, and thus fall outside of the Top 15 holdings. The additional units account for the highlighted difference. Hope that helps, Adam ========================================
skyship
13/8/2018
18:50
Thanks Sky
sleepy
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