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27/10/2021
09:20
Schroder European Real E... Daily Update: Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SERE. The last closing price for Schroder European Real E... was 104.50p.
Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 103p and a 12 week average price of 101.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 112p while the 1 year low share price is currently 74.80p.
There are currently 133,743,686 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 90,907 shares. The market capitalisation of Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust Plc is £139,093,433.44.
25/10/2021
13:04
speedsgh: Dividend currency exchange rate (Sterling) - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/schroder-euro-real--sere-/rns/dividend-currency-exchange-rate--sterling-/202110251130031438Q/ Declared dividend: 1.85 euro cents per share Exchange rate: 0.84550 Dividend to be paid for those receiving dividends in sterling: 1.56418 pence per share
12/10/2021
11:47
cwa1: 12 October 2021 PROPERTY PORTFOLIO VALUATION AND RENT COLLECTION UPDATE Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust plc ("SERE" or the "Company"), the company investing in real estate in European growth cities, today provides an update on the independent valuation of the property portfolio and rent collection as at 30 September 2021: - The direct property portfolio was independently valued at EUR201.1 million, reflecting a like for like increase over the quarter, excluding the impact of the two recently announced acquisitions in Nantes and St Cloud, of 1.1%, or EUR2.2 million. In addition, the Company has a 50% interest in a joint venture in Seville which continues to be recognised at nil interest - The valuation increase over the quarter was primarily driven by: o Improved yield re-rating at the Hamburg office investment, delivering a valuation increase of EUR1.2 million, or 5.5% o Improved ERV growth and yield re-rating at the Stuttgart office investment, delivering a valuation increase of EUR1.1 million, or 5.6% - Approximately 95% of rent due for the quarter ended 30 September 2021 has been collected. This is an increase on the March (92%) and June (94%) 2021 quarters - The Company has previously announced its intention to declare two further distributions with a target of approximately 4.75 cents per share each, by way of special dividend, over the next nine months, allowing shareholders to benefit from the profit associated with the successful execution of the Paris, Boulogne-Billancourt business plan.
24/9/2021
10:34
alan pt: Interesting, thanks CWA1. Nice top see SERE getting some publicity, it seems often overlooked Not sure where he got his data from though - 30% offices? Currently 53%, though I calculate that should drop to roughly 40% once the Paris sale is completed and removed from the numbers
09/8/2021
21:08
speedsgh: Link here to recent QuotedData webinar by Jeff O'Dwyer, Fund Manager for SERE... HTTPS://quoteddata.com/research/quoteddatas-property-webinar-series-week-4-playback/
07/7/2021
14:00
speedsgh: Dividend Declaration - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/schroder-euro-real--sere-/rns/dividend-declaration/202107070701023504E/ Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust plc (the "Company") announces its second interim dividend for the year ending 30 September 2021. The Board is confident in the future of the business, particularly giving the improving outlook, valuation resilience and return to healthy rent collection and has reinstated the quarterly dividend to its pre-Covid-19 level of 1.85 euro cents per share. The interim dividend payment will be made on Monday, 16 August 2021 to shareholders on the register on the record date of Friday, 30 July 2021...
07/7/2021
13:58
speedsgh: ~ Fall in NAV to 147.4 cents (31/12/20 150.7 cents) due to write down of Seville asset to zero. ~ Quarterly dividend increased to pre-Covid level of 1.85 cents. ~ Two special dividends totalling 4.75 cents to be declared over next 12 months from profits of successful sale of Paris, Boulogne-Billancourt. Half-year Report - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/schroder-euro-real--sere-/rns/half-year-report/202107070700033715E/ FOCUS ON ASSET QUALITY UNDERPINS RESILIENT PERFORMANCE AND DIVIDEND INCREASE -SIGNIFICANT FIREPOWER AVAILABLE FOR POST-PANDEMIC ACQUISITIONS- Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust plc, the company investing in European growth cities and regions, today announces its half year results for the six months ended 31 March 2021. · Continued resilience of portfolio income through the Covid-19 pandemic, with rent collection remaining strong at approximately 92% for the six month period. Includes 94% of rent collected for the quarter ended 31 March 2021 · Following the successful execution of the Paris, Boulogne-Billancourt sale, there is €60 million of investment firepower for earnings enhancing initiatives · Portfolio value, including cash, of €259.9 million (HY 2020: €247.3 million). Directly held properties delivered like-for-like valuation growth of €5.6 million, or 2.3%, reflecting the Company's exposure to the high growth industrial, data centre, DIY and grocery sectors · Dividends declared of €4.6 million / 3.42 cps for the six months to 31 March 2021, with a reinstatement of the pre-Covid dividend of 1.85 cps due to an improving outlook, strong rent collection, cash position and valuation resilience · Intention to declare two further distributions with a target of approximately 4.75 cents per share each by way of special dividend over the next 12 months, allowing shareholders to benefit from the exceptional profit associated with the successful execution of the Paris, Boulogne-Billancourt business plan Key Financial highlights · Net Asset Value ('NAV') of €197.1 million or 147.4 cps (30 September 2020: €201.8 million), a decrease of €4.7 million over the six month period, primarily driven by the write down of the Group's Seville exposure to nil which in part was offset by an increase in the valuation of the industrial and DIY portions of the portfolio · Loss of €0.7 million (six months ended 31 March 2020: profit of €4.9 million), resulted in a NAV total return of -0.4%. Pre-tax the Company made a profit of €0.8 million (six months ended 31 March 2020: €5.7 million) which was primarily driven by an increase in the valuation of the industrial and DIY portion of the portfolio, partly offset by the write-down of the Seville exposure to nil. · Underlying EPRA earnings of €2.8 million (six months ended 31 March 2020: €4.3 million), reflecting a temporary reduction in income until the re-deployment of the Paris sale proceeds · Low loan to value ('LTV') of 11% net of €57.0 million of available cash (29% gross of cash), with a low weighted average total interest rate of 1.4% ... Sir Julian Berney, Chairman of the Board, commented: "Despite operating against a backdrop of local and national lockdowns, the portfolio valuation has remained resilient over the period, underpinned by uplifts across the industrial portfolio, a number of asset management successes and improving and strong rent collection. As a result, we are pleased to be able to reinstate the dividend to the pre-pandemic level, whilst paying two special dividends to reflect the highly successful execution of the Paris sale and reward shareholders who continue to support the Company." "The Board remains frustrated that the share price has not reflected the robust performance of the business during the pandemic or that the current discount properly reflects its future prospects. Given the healthy cash position, the Board will continue to review the discount and use its discretion to execute measures that it believes should support income and total returns, including new acquisitions." Jeff O'Dwyer, Fund Manager for Schroder Real Estate Investment Management Limited, added: "Whilst uncertainty relating to the pandemic will continue, we are starting to see some positive signs of growth over 2021 as lockdowns ease and consumer and investor confidence returns. The proceeds from the sale of Boulogne-Billancourt substantially strengthen the Company's balance sheet and provide significant operational and financial flexibility. We are focused on identifying attractive income-generating opportunities in future proof assets that meet our strict investment criteria. These will provide further diversification benefits to the portfolio and assist in maintaining an attractive dividend covered from sustainable rental income, as we seek to maximise shareholder returns."
16/4/2021
07:53
speedsgh: 6%-yielding Schroder European Reit rallies on dividend hope despite Seville setback - HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/6-yielding-schroder-european-reit-rallies-on-dividend-hope-despite-seville-setback/a1494216 Schroder European Real Estate (SERE) has suffered another setback with its troubled Seville shopping centre, which it says is probably in breach of its bank loan agreement after a recent recent slide in value. However, dividend hopes have seen the trust’s depress share price rally in the past six weeks. The real estate investment trust, which aims to invest in ‘winning cities’, this week said the main lender to the Metromar centre - in which it has a 50% stake - planned to instruct a new valuation. Fund manager Jeff O’Dwyer said this was likely to show the covenant restricting the loan from accounting for more than 60% of the property’s value had been breached. ‘The loan is secured solely against the Seville investment, with no recourse back to the group or any other property,’ O’Dwyer told shareholders. The move reflected ‘the increase in vacancy, declining estimated rental values, and increase in risk to trading at shopping centres from the pandemic in general, which has increased pressure on the yield of the Seville asset as well’. Most of the decline in Metromar, the only one of the trust’s investments to retain a pandemic ‘material uncertainty’ clause from valuers, was revealed by SERE last month when it published its net asset value (NAV) for 31 December. This showed the retail centre had declined to 2.9% of the portfolio from 3.6% three months before. However, valuation increases in its other key investments, including a Hamburg office, Dutch industrial assets and its Paris Boulogne-Billancourt project, ensured the portfolio grew 2.8%, or €7.5m, to €276.1m in the fourth quarter of last year. This week’s update showed the portfolio valuation slipped 0.6%, or €1.8m, to €274.3m in the first quarter. The decline was 1.2% including the €1.4m SERE spent refurbishing the Boulogne-Billancourt office as part of its ‘transformational’ £95m sale last autumn. Once again there was good news on the industrial assets, which represent 19% of the portfolio by value, which grew 3.9%. The Berlin DIY store - whose residential conversion potential O’Dwyer discussed at a Citywire virtual event last year - rose 4%, helping to offset the downward pressure from Seville. There was also good news on rent collection which improved to 93% from 89% in the previous two quarters. The shares, up 1.4p to 101p today, have rallied 13.5% from 89p when the end-of-year NAV was announced on 3 March and the company declared a 1.57 euro cents first quarter dividend, which offered a a 6.3% forward yield. Although dividend cover from rental income will fall to 70% while the Paris office is empty and is refurbished, the board said it would use some of the sale proceeds to cover the shortfall. It also stated its intention to increase the quarterly dividend back to the 1.85 cents. If that is achieved the annualised 7.4 cents dividend will still offer a forward yield of 6.4% at today’s share price equivalent of 116 cents. The uncertainty of that outcome means the shares can be bought on a 26% discount to their estimated NAV of 134.3p, according to the trust’s broker, Numis Securities. ‘Although the Seville asset continues to be a detractor from performance for SERE, we take comfort that the investment will not impact current income expectations, and the issues relating to the asset are more than reflected in the significantly wide discount of 25% that the shares are trading at,’ said Numis analysts.
13/4/2021
14:50
speedsgh: Rent collection and portfolio valuation update - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/schroder-euro-real--sere-/rns/rent-collection-and-portfolio-valuation-update/202104130700031817V/ Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust plc ("SERE" or the "Company"), the company investing in real estate in European growth cities, today provides an update on rent collection, alongside an independent valuation of the property portfolio as at 31 March 2021. - Approximately 93% of rent due for the quarter ended 31 March 2021 has been collected, which is ahead of the amount collected in the previous two quarters of 89% - As at 31 March 2021, the property portfolio was independently valued at €274.3 million, a decrease of 0.6%, or €1.8 million, on the 31 December 2020 valuation of €276.1 million. Net of approximately €1.4 million of capital expenditure invested in the refurbishment of Boulogne-Billancourt over the quarter, the valuation decreased by €3.2 million, or 1.2% - Excluding the Boulogne-Billancourt capital investment, the like-for-like valuation movement during the quarter was driven by the following: o Improved yield re-rating at the Berlin DIY investment, delivering a valuation increase of €1.1 million, or 4.0% o Improved yield re-rating across the industrial portfolio, delivering a valuation increase of €1.9 million, or 3.9%. As at 31 March 2021, SERE's industrial exposure represents 19% of the portfolio by value o The value of SERE's 50% interest in the Seville shopping centre declined by €6.2 million. This reflects the recent increase in vacancy, declining ERVs and increase in risk to trading at shopping centres from the pandemic in general, which has increased pressure on the yield of the Seville asset as well. The majority of this decline had been reflected in the 31 December 2020 NAV, with the remaining exposure to this asset now representing 2.9% / €5.8M of the NAV. This is the only asset in the portfolio where the valuers continue to adopt a material uncertainty clause - The bank which is financing the Seville property has indicated that it expects to instruct a new valuation to formally test the Loan-to-Value ("LTV") covenant in June 2021, which, based on the Company's revised asset value, is likely to show that the 60% LTV covenant has been breached. The loan is secured solely against the Seville investment, with no recourse back to the Group or any other property. SERE continues to work proactively with its lending partner regarding next steps and will provide a further update in due course - The Company has an aggregated loan to value ratio of approximately 25% as at 31 March 2021, with no recourse to the Company and no debt maturity before 2023. The Company will announce its half year results for the six months ended 31 March 2021 in early July.
25/2/2021
11:27
speedsgh: NAV NAV as at 31/3/21 likely to fall following recent announcement that one of the fashion anchor tenants at its Metromar shopping centre JV in Seville has opted to exercise its 'lease termination right' (presumably a break option). The audited NAV as at 30/9/20 was 150.9 cents. The unaudited NAV to 31/12/20 and dividend are due to be announced in early March, but the above hit to NAV will only come into play when the portfolio is valued to 31/3/21 - "An updated valuation will be carried out as at 31 March 2021, which will reflect the potential vacancy." DIVIDEND "As previously stated, the income from the centre was already subject to a cash trap with the lender and therefore any reduction in income from this vacancy will not have a material impact on the Company's current dividend expectations." "The rent due [from the departing tenant at Metromar in Seville] will continue to be collected until the end of July 2021." Will be interesting to see the level of the Q1 dividend to be announced soon. DISCOUNT Following the Property Portfolio Valuation Update released on 12/1/21, it would seem that the NAV as at 31/12/20 may see a small increase on the previous valuation (150.9c). At the current share price the discount has widened back out to approx 35%. Even with an adjustment for the Metromar news, one could argue that -35% is excessive but there is still plenty of uncertainty out there in the sector generally. MY VIEW The current dividend is 6.28c annualised (approx 5.4p) based on Jan 21 payment of 1.57c. That gives a yield of 6.4% which is certainly attractive, especially if they increase the Q1 dividend again. I suspect there is a buying opportunity looming but it's not cheap enough for me yet. Will probably wait for further info in upcoming NAV/dividend announcement and see what the share price/chart is looking like then. Sorry. Probably not much help :o)
11/11/2020
12:02
speedsgh: European Real Estate: Alive and kicking in the Covid crisis - HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/european-real-estate-alive-and-kicking-in-the-covid-crisis/a1423362 Citywire and Schroders are giving you a chance to learn more about the investment opportunity in European commercial property and to quiz Schroders’ Jeff O’Dwyer about the pros and cons of real estate investment trust at a special one-hour online event at 11.30am on 19 November. Investors have fled the mainstream commercial property market in Europe this year as the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the decline in high street retailing and raised a big question mark over the future value of offices. These are understandable concerns but, according to O’Dwyer, fund manager of Schroder European Real Estate (SERE), a £174m investment trust offering a 5.5% dividend yield and a wide 40% share price discount, the sector has been oversold. The depressed share prices of diversified real estate investment trusts indicate investors see little value in their portfolios, which O’Dwyer, head of pan-European Real Estate at Schroders, believes is a mistake. AGENDA As with our previous broadcasts, this programme will start with a presentation by O’Dwyer and be followed by a discussion on European real estate with a professional wealth manager alongside O’Dwyer (pictured). There will also be plenty of time for you to submit questions before or on the day in a Q&A that will conclude the online session. In this Citywire Virtual event, O’Dwyer will discuss the opportunities that the real estate sector offers active investors in Europe. With reference to specific case studies, he will show how real estate is about far more than battered retailers and will explain the positive trends that exist alongside the economic pressures from Covid-19. Topics will include: ~ How SERE builds value in the office sector (eg, Boulogne, Paris); ~ Opportunities in data centres and infrastructure (Netherlands); ~ Preserving value in its one shopping centre investment (Seville); ~ ‘Winning cities’ and the story in Berlin; ~ Rental collection supporting attractive dividends.
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