Grit has a strong management team, with more than 59 years’ African experience cumulatively. The portfolio has grown to US$642mln from US$210ln in 2015, and the company achieved its LSE main board listing in July 2018.Full report is available via Capital Network website
Custodian Reit (LON:CREI) ) has performed strongly in recent years, delivering a total shareholder return of 10% a year over the last three years, and with lower volatility than the REIT sector or the stock market. In this report, we look at the fundamentals that drive this performance.
Custodian REIT PLC (LON:CREI) issued its quarterly NAV (net asset value) update for the three months ended September 30, on October 23. The company reported a NAV total return per share of 2.3% for the period (NAV increase plus dividend approved), and a reduction in net gearing to 20.5% loan-to-value, from 21.0% on June 30. Custodian acquired five new properties during the period with net initial yields of between 6.38% and 9.79%. More details are on p2.
Custodian REIT (LON:CREI) released its quarterly net asset value (NAV) updated on 29 January. This was in line with our expectations.
NAV Total Return +1.0% in the quarter. Portfolio net initial yield (a measure of property income yield) of 6.6%. Balance sheet gearing remains low at LTV (loan-to-value) ratio of 24.7%.
We believe that all of the key dynamics remain intact to sustain continuing strong shareholder returns.