We have selected four properties on our platform offering compelling investment cases for the coming year. Read more about each opportunity below, and click through to view each property’s investment case.
Correct as of 5 April 2019
Woodgate Court, Hornchurch
Brought to the platform in May 2015, Woodgate Court, Hornchurch was offered for sale in early September 2018, in an attempt to crystallise the capital gain since purchase. Unfortunately, at the time the local market conditions and broader economic uncertainty meant that it was unlikely that we would achieve a sale price in line with expectations. The property was therefore re-tenanted until the summer of 2019, when we will again review the opportunity to sell.
This property offers the potential for an attractive capital return on investment. The property has been trading at 24.94p over the last 90 days, this is a 16% discount to the independent valuation of £290k. Allsops, confirmed this valuation based on three properties of similar stature sold in the building for greater values since mid 2018. See evidence from Allsops here.
George Road, Halesowen
Having been revalued upward by 7.4% at 31 March 2019, George Road, located in the West Midlands, has been trading at 69.85p per share over the last 90 days. Given our strategy to sell the units individually, the break up valuation is 87.24p (see evidence from Allsops here). Should we be able to achieve the full break up value, the current trading price represents a 24.9% discount to the sale price.
1, 5-7 Tower Mint Apartments
On 5 April 2019, Tower Mint’s dividend was adjusted downward due to a change in the letting circumstances. This has not had an effect on the underlying capital value, as confirmed by the recent independent revaluation of the property staying constant.
Bought in November 2015, Tower Mint, located in the heart of London, has been trading at 115.14p per share over the last 90 days. Given our strategy to sell the units individually, the break up valuation is 138.98p (see evidence from Allsops here). Should we be able to achieve the full break up value, the current trading price represents a 20.7% discount on the sale price.
Whitewell Road, Frome
In January 2019, the annual dividend for Whitewell Road, Frome was marginally increased due to efficiencies made via property management. Since then, the trading price has been 48.42p per share over the last 90 days. The recent revaluation (announced 5 April 2019) has increased by 6.6%. Given our strategy to sell the units individually, the break up valuation is 60.50p (see evidence from Allsops here). Should we be able to achieve the full break up value of the four houses, the current trading price represents a 24.9% discount to the sale price.
To go back to the quarterly close period update click here.
Capital at risk. The value of your investment can go down as well as up. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) protects the cash held in your Property Partner account, however, the investments that you make through Property Partner are not protected by the FSCS in the event that you do not receive back the amount that you have invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Forecasts, if stated, are not a reliable indicator of future performance. Interest and capital returned may be lower than expected. Gross rent, dividends, and capital growth may be lower than estimated. 5 yearly exit protection, exit on platform, exit in line with a specific investment case or fund strategy, subject to price and demand. Property Partner does not provide tax or investment advice and any general information is provided to help you make your own informed decisions. Customers are advised to obtain appropriate tax or investment advice where necessary. Financial promotion by London House Exchange Limited (No. 8820870); authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No. 613499). See Key Risks for further information.