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Residential Secure Income Plc RESI London Ordinary Share
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melloteam: Just to let shareholders and prospective investors know that Residential Secure Income, Oakley Capital Investments and Strategic Equity Capital will be presenting at Mello Trusts and Funds webinar event tonight, Tuesday 5th October at 5:00pm-9:00pm. There will be over 200 investors attending and these are very popular shows with company presentations, fund manager and investor interviews, and panel sessions. The Programme is as follows: 5.00 pm Reg Hoare presents his selection criteria when investing in Investment Trusts and Funds 5.20 pm Company presentation by Residential Secure Income 5.50 pm Company presentation by Oakley Capital Investments 6.20 pm Andrew Hollingworth, fund manager, presents his investment strategies and ideas 6.40 pm Company presentation by Strategic Equity Capital 7.10 pm Investment Trusts and Funds Panel Session It is free to register, just click here: Https://
davebowler: hTTps:// Residential Secure Income Reit (RESI) should be celebrating as it has just secured access to government grants that will help it expand its portfolio. Its shares also fell heavily in the pandemic scare and even after rallying with the recovery in markets and investor sentiment this week remain on an 18% discount. Its portfolio is a mix of shared ownership homes, local authority accommodation designed to alleviate the problem of homelessness and retirement rental housing.
davebowler: Gresham House is a fast-growing specialist alternative asset management company focused on sustainable investment for its clients and shareholders. The Group currently has £2.8bn in AUM and, through its British Strategic Investment Fund (BSIF), the Group targets local housing investments on behalf of local government pension schemes. The Gresham House platform is well established and should provide opportunities for growth and investment in the RCM team. The sectors addressed by RCM's offering are key areas for Gresham House to be able to scale its social housing strategy and to broaden its sustainable offering to investors.
jonwig: 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: "... 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.
quepassa: 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
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