In pence-per-share terms, the NAV increased by 0.8p during the quarter. This represents an increase of 3.7p or 3.5% over the 12 months from September 2017. Furthermore, the company has maintained a target dividend per share of 6.55p to March 2019 up from 6.45p delivered in FY March 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.
Grit Real Estate Income Group (LON:GR1T) is a multi-listed (LSE, JSE, SEM) property company with a focus on selected African countries with a combination of economic growth, investment friendly policies and political stability. Rental income is underpinned by a blue-chip multinational tenant base, hard currency leases, and high occupancy rates.
GRIT Real Estate Income Group (LON:GR1T) is a pan-African (excluding South Africa) real estate company, generating high levels of US dollar and euro-denominated rental yield underpinned by a blue-chip tenant base.
The company has achieved good progress since its London Stock Exchange (LSE) listing in July 2018. Results for the half-year ended 31 December (released 14 February) showed gross rental income +25.9% year-on-year and group loan-to-value down to 43.4% (full-year to June 2018: 51.4%). Furthermore, the ratio of administration costs to asset value was reduced to 1.3% from 1.4%. We believe this can go below 1% as the portfolio continues to grow.
Performance has been achieved in spite of pockets of significant weakness in the African retail sector, highlighting the value of GRIT's diversification strategy. We provide some outlines of the strategy on page 2 (p2).