Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Residential Sec LSE:RESI London Ordinary Share GB00BYSX1508 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 101.00p 100.75p 101.25p - - - 62,775 08:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts - - - - 181.80

Residential Sec Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/8/2017
12:51
I wonder how long it will take this one to make an acquisition. LXI seem to have no trouble finding acquisitions.
tyranosaurus
04/8/2017
07:06
Triple Point Social Housing REIT raised the full £200m in an oversubscribed issue.
jonwig
31/7/2017
11:32
I don`t need to read the whole prospectus to know what I am buying. I am happy with my investment at the moment. If they don`t make any acquisitions in the next 2 months I will be out, as was the case with AEWL.
tyranosaurus
29/7/2017
23:50
jonwig - the fact is, as I have said already, that "It's just another structured speciality property investment vehicle run by Committee. Fees upon fees upon fees for everybody feeding off IPO monies." QP
quepassa
29/7/2017
11:14
tyranosaurus - you seem to have bought something without knowing what you bought (ie. not reading the prospectus), and now complain bitterly that it isn't doing what you expected. QuePassa - the fact is, as I've said already, this is a suitable investment for certain types of investor, as part of a portfolio.
jonwig
29/7/2017
09:41
QuePassa That`s why these companies are still coming to the market when they know they won`t raise all the monies they want.
tyranosaurus
28/7/2017
17:11
It's just another structured speciality property investment vehicle run by Committee. Fees upon fees upon fees for everybody feeding off IPO monies.
quepassa
28/7/2017
16:18
Paid quarterly in advance with effect from admission date - you haven't read the prospectus, I suspect. Split 3:1 cash:shares.
jonwig
28/7/2017
16:13
How has the fund management earned £213,287 already ? They should earn when they have done something useful,like investing our money.
tyranosaurus
20/7/2017
09:27
Corporate financiers desperate to make IPO fees just keep on touting the idea as much as they can even if the market is swamped with product. With more flotations, it significantly hampers the share price prospects of the other sector comparisons as it draws money into the IPO's and away from them. It's just another structured speciality property investment vehicle run by Committee. Fees upon fees upon fees for everybody feeding off IPO monies. The only positive thing is that it drives up market price and demand for suppliers, like WJG, of the investments they need to invest in. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
20/7/2017
08:07
Intention to Float, Triple Point Social Housing REIT plc: https://www.investegate.co.uk/triple-point-soc-hsg/rns/intention-to-float/201707200700105654L/ I'm surprised at the continuing queue. The last three REIT issues raised less than target.
jonwig
12/7/2017
11:22
These are apparently down 3.075p to 100.125p this morning on the monitor. That`s a load of bull as this is the first day trading.
tyranosaurus
12/7/2017
07:04
"Further to the announcement on 7 July 2017, the Company is pleased to announce that 180 million ordinary shares (the "Ordinary Shares") will today be admitted to trading on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange and the premium segment of the Official List of the UK Listing Authority ("Admission"). The Ordinary Shares will trade under the ticker: RESI (ISIN: GB00BYSX1508)."
jonwig
11/7/2017
06:50
Some background; Http://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/social-housing-reit-raises-180m-as-flotation-revival-continues/a1032353?ref=investment-trust-insider-latest-news-list
jonwig
07/7/2017
12:22
Yup. You are buying a yield. that's all really. And property revaluations will at best move in line with the market. That's all. No sparks. No development upside. My daughter lives in a block of flats where the management company charges the tenants £34 per hour for a cleaner to come and do the hoovering/dusting in the common parts. I live in my own house nearby and I employ my own cleaner and she is delighted to receive £10 per hour for same. As I say, Good Luck All. May you prosper. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
07/7/2017
11:57
"... speciality structured property investment vehicles." Most of these trade at or near NAV, though REITs such as AGR and similar ones (health centres) trade at a double-digit premium. In contrast, the largest REITs trade at a significant discount to their navs. "... run with great indifference by committee" These managers are given a remit by the BoD which is one of strong compliance, and lack of risk: safety first. Do you suggest avoiding the fees you list? Buyers of this and similar are virtually guaranteed their 5% yield and some inflation proofing. It suits some investors who might be concerned at the state of equity markets. And social housing has been historically a very safe sector. That said, too many have come to market recently so some indigestion is understandable. Their error was to state a target of £300m. Had they said £150m with the option to increase, they'd have saved some face.
jonwig
07/7/2017
10:56
The question is why they got 40% less than their upper target. Clearly coming nowhere close to being oversubscribed. Good luck all but I personally have never had good experiences with speciality structured property investment vehicles. They seem to me generally to be run with great indifference by committee rather than by an owner with a strong vested interest. They appear on the scene when a new sector such as PRS is hot and much in the press and grabbing investors' attention. They also appear to me to be a rich fee trough for property advisers, surveyors, solicitors, actuaries, management companies to feed off and handsomely gorge at the expense of subscribers/shareholders. Whilst I am not in any way saying/inferring/implying that any of this applies in any way to RESI-REIT, these companies don't really add much value but invest passively levying not insignificant fees on the fund. Good Luck All. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
07/7/2017
10:39
They successfully raised £180m. They hoped to raise £300m. Hope this doesn`t affect their plans too much. Obviously we have got all we applied for (again)
tyranosaurus
07/7/2017
10:10
According to their website they raised £180 million
daveofdevon
05/7/2017
13:36
Sold out of AEWL and gone for these.
tyranosaurus
03/7/2017
07:32
A good article, thanks. I haven't committed myself yet, either way.
jonwig
03/7/2017
07:08
A good long term buy says Midas in the mail http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-4657438/MIDAS-SHARES-Invest-ReSI-help-housing-crisis.html
daveofdevon
29/6/2017
06:42
Could do: retail bonds for social housing are always snapped up early, and the income stream is pretty secure. I haven't read the prospectus yet, but I'd check the risk factors section ("political risk").
jonwig
28/6/2017
19:45
Anyone think this might go to a premium?? Quite a bit to raise - up to £300m ?? Views appreciated. ALL IMO> DYOR. QP
quepassa
27/6/2017
15:06
And from AJ Bell - Residential Secure Income plc
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