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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sirius Real Estate Ld LSE:SRE London Ordinary Share GG00B1W3VF54 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.20p +0.31% 65.20p 65.30p 65.60p 65.90p 65.00p 65.00p 451,288 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 120.7 124.7 11.0 5.7 666.44

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/8/2015
08:07
Trouble is with lots of pies Senor,is keeping track of them all ..... + they put weight on Steve
blackpoolsteve
21/8/2015
09:38
and that is where we have to tread carefully. One company that OVER values property with respect to similar properties in the area and with low grade tenants could quote a very LOW LTV rate but struggle to get finance and have to raise capital via placings Another That UNDER values property with respect to similar properties in the area and with high grade tenants could quote a very HIGH LTV rate but has a lot of support from it's finance provider. My strategy is to edge my bets and put a finger in both pies and also have lots of other pies too. I like pies a lot. :-)
senor_sensible
21/8/2015
09:24
That's one of my gripes about SRE, out of their 3000 tenants I cannot get excited about a single one of them, and the deeper I look I realise that some of these quoted tenants are actually just paying for a couple of m² storage space whilst they move house, etc. Other tenants are hot-desking (regis style)and some of the quote m² is actually let by the hour. During a recession there is always going to be a demand for SME's renting office space by the hour and also for storage facilities, however as market conditions improve and interest rates go up these very transient tenants go AWOL, usually with their account in arrears and the landlord takes a loss. I was hoping SRE would develop their properties to attract grade A tennants, the likes of Bell, alcatel that take up a full building and have ambitious growth plans, however SRE seem to be edging further towards the office by the hour rates. This is where the concerns grow, when you rent space by the hour the rate is inflated because it should cover the unoccupied time and it is possible to put a spin on this and make out the rents and hence yields are increasing, not normally a problem unless you are also valuing your property based on quoted rental rates per m². Also for storage facilities the access, corridors and parking spaces are fixed overheads, if the site has a few tenants renting 4m² storage unit they only quote the unused storage spaces in their % let calculations, however if you consider the total size of the facility the let area is a much smaller % I do plenty of research on the companies I invest in and to be honest i find SRE are very secretive about the actual address of their properties which hinders investors from doing their own valuation, it might hinder us but it is not impossible. I have a few more details on the properties than many others and my valuation differs from the companies. Like I have said, there appears to be a very good reason why this company has to reduce it's LTV rate. I suggest you have a good look at the valuation method used. Still holding here but considering topsliceing profits.
senor_sensible
21/8/2015
08:40
Hello Senor, I remember that yes ALPH has reasonable tenants,but it really doesnt make any difference if they are being screwed by the banks. If I cant pay my way,baliffs come in. ALPH is at that stage through poor mangement. I should have got out of this at the first sign of trouble,but like you, I gave faith to the board until last year,when it became obvious that they were kamakazis. As for SRE,the graph is the reverse. I used to think that TR Property provided a good 4% divi when it was 50p in 1996,but its still doing similar yields at £3;thats why the board of ALPH are so poor,no excuses. Enjoy your days in the sun,I will join you in November in Cyprus, as too cold and miserable in the UK, at this time of year. All the best, Steve
blackpoolsteve
20/8/2015
10:26
I have a mixed bag for income, mainly in funds to avoid having to manage all the time. EMG is fair divi play, and IUKD seems to be doing ok. They are all dogs until their fortune turns I am still counting on Alph to turn. Have you had a look who Alph's tenants are?
senor_sensible
19/8/2015
08:50
Think it only fair to post the discussion we have been having about SRE here rather than be accused of cross board ramping :-) as posted on Alph Hi Steve, Thanks for spending some of you evening to advise me on my investments, sorry I could not respond sooner but I was having some chilled Tinto Verano whilst watching the sunset over the med. I am 100% happy with my exposure to all my investments including my very risky ones which are of a rocket or bust nature and have had no problems sleeping. My portfolio includes funds, fund of funds, blue chip, small cap and Aim. Some of my riskier shares are like Alph where the share price is a fraction of the cash in bank or adjusted NAV (note is all the property sold at market price and debt was settled this would give 10p per share return). If alph 10 bagged it would make a small positive difference to my portfolio, if it went bust it would make a small negative difference to my portfolio And some where the share price is above the adjusted NAV such as SRE, one of my minor concerns at SRE is the fact the NAV seems to be inflated by upward revaluations of property which do not follow general market trends in the region which tend to precede a placing, diluting the value of my shares (Smaller part of bigger company but if there are doubt about valuations it could end up with more investors looking for the exit door) Also concerned at the prices paid for some properties which appear to above market value (hence the lack of competition when buying property)and also the fact that insiders are selling shares on a regular basis, I have a few other things niggling me but don't want to go into detail here. I am more concerned about my holding in SRE than I am about my holding in Alph. Out of the two I think Alph is the most likely to be a 10 bagger in the next couple of years :-) and I can take the profit from SRE much easier. No point comparing apples with oranges, one is closer to the top and the other is closer to the bottom.... :-) I have quite a lot of research on SRE, will post over there some time, but in the meantime I suggest u look at the background to the properties and what historic valuations were and why there is a need to reduce the LTV while borrowing costs are at all time lows :-)
senor_sensible
03/8/2015
13:07
Good results again 31st July. Final dividend 10th July 0.84 cents.
4spiel
12/6/2015
15:57
I like what they are doing and one always hope this will one day be in the league of the big property companies. but it is a toddler on AIM. Admittedly doing better but how committed are the company to being in for the long term. This is what interests me - so I bought some and just keep fingers crossed as long as it performs !
4spiel
12/6/2015
05:39
"but in 2015 what can the PI do?" Keep applying some pressure in my view. Otherwise be left to pick over the bones whilst others gorge on the flesh... http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=67239803
glavey
10/6/2015
08:54
Hi Glavey, I tend to agree with your views,but in 2015 what can the PI do? I fear we are over a barrel.The only time you can get a script is if you hold the certificte, and as you say nominees dont allow this. Hargreaves-Lansdowne wont even trade in SRE. I dont agree with Topvest, as I hve been adding to SRE because it was trading at a discount to NAV + its started to pay a dividend. It looks like a growth stock, as its getting its act together The track record of past share dilutions is that it has enhanced NAV later as the rents come through. Longer term,it still looks reasonable value for the PI,but anyone going to the AGM may be able to get some answers? Kind regards, Steve
blackpoolsteve
09/6/2015
18:36
"Small investors own only a small portion of the company." Really that should be written as 'small investors each own only a small portion of the company' for obvious reasons. Bear in mind it's a capital raise for aquisition, as was the previous one. Together they diluted existing (excluded, non participating) shareholders by appx. 40%. Opportunity timing issues necessitated a quick placing I accept. But it would be nice to see an open offer for those left out. "Well I thing (sic) the acquisition and placing are good news." I don't disagree. "I don't really want more of these anyway." That's the point of an open offer - those who would like to subscribe can, those that don't can pass. The problem with private placings to 'favourites' is that those favourites start to wag the dog. As an aside, how many holders in nominee a/cs have been given the opportunity to participate in the scrip dividend? Anyone?
glavey
05/6/2015
09:56
Well I thing the acquisition and placing are good news. I don't really want more of these anyway. Looking them to deleverage and become a strong capital and income play which is what is happening. I'm now in profit which is good.
topvest
05/6/2015
08:12
Small investors own only a small portion of the company. Institutions such as SA Karoo and others own the majority,hence easier to let them absorb the placing. I agree not fair,but thats the real world. On the positive side,the Booard are delivering, and "gaining momentum",which should benefit all long term shareholders. Comparisons with bodged boards IERE and ALPH are in direct contract. Hope this sugars the bill, Regards, Steve
blackpoolsteve
05/6/2015
03:46
Second placing in circa 6 months with nothing generally available for existing shareholders. One is unfortunate, two seems like carelessness. The company should be working for all shareholders not just personal favourites. A small open offer for those who have not been given opportunity to participate is warranted and not that difficult. I don't find it savoury to expect existing holders to buy in the market to avoid dilution and thus hand a quick profit to placees.
glavey
22/5/2015
11:17
Good results. Increased dividend. lower borrowings. Keep some!
4spiel
15/2/2015
19:26
I bought in sterling,and this is converted from euros at the time you deal.Euro is a worry,but properties are in Germany and Institutions are on board;so with increased divi looks a reasonable growth play.
blackpoolsteve
15/2/2015
09:31
I'm interested in the currency angle. Do we buy these in Euros and as such is that at a 14% discount to 2 weeks ago? Are we expecting the EURO to rise or fall short term from here?
netcurtains
28/12/2014
21:25
Merry Christmas everybody, Does anyone have any idea how many institutions hold this company - percentage wise? I know of Kagoo (23%) F& C(reduced to under 3% I think), and Premiere A/M (8%) Annual Report doesnt appear to disclose? Cheers,Steve
blackpoolsteve
22/11/2014
13:34
I am trying to get a feel for the longer term dividend growth. Fnncap, their NOMAD,is forecasting 1.6p for 2014/15 and 1.8p for 2015/16 which equates to a prospective yield of 4.8%.
stevenlondon3
14/11/2014
17:34
Yes, all looking much better....about time. Still on quite a discount as well so not pricey!
topvest
14/11/2014
11:26
Interim dividend of .77 cents and NAV up 7% in the six months to 47.3c per share.
stevenlondon3
07/11/2014
12:19
Some large trades going through over the last couple of days.
stevenlondon3
17/6/2014
02:02
In the webcast CEO mentioned prospective yield is 4.2% at 33c. On occupancy, from the commentary in the results a lot of this is property with limited economic value unless refurbished. They are addressing this through disposals and the 9m Capex programme
ibarty
16/6/2014
21:15
Agree with above positive comments. It appears that a lot of Institutional buying today,only disappointment is the the occupancy rate of 75% Overall very encouraging with restored dividends
blackpoolsteve
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