The(J253) has fallen over 68% since December 2018, firstly because of the adverse report about the Resilience group in January 2018 and then because of the pandemic in March 2020. This has left the index trading at a fraction of its underlying value – which represents an opportunity for .
Among theshares there are some which we believe represent bargains, and one of those is Balwin.
Balwin is focused on developing secure sectional title properties close to the major centers in South Africa.5 years ago, the share has a (NAV) of 631c as of 31st August 2020. The current share price is 428c – so it is trading at a 32% discount to the net value of the properties which it owns. The company has shifted towards renting out properties for between R4500 and R8500 a month to generate . This is a part of the rental market where there is strong demand, even after , because many households have been downsizing into smaller, cheaper accommodation.
Therecently launched the R44bn Mooikloof Megacity development which is a aimed at South Africans earning between R3500 and R22000 a month. This type of development will ensure that the company has a steadily rising income for years to come.
But perhaps the most attractive feature of this under-valued property counter is that its(LTV) is only 25%. This means that it is very compared to most (REIT) and has substantial to make acquisitions and survive these tough times. Consider the :
Here you can see that since listing in October 2015, the share has been in a falling property market where propertyhave generally gone out of fashion.
But, its recent results for the six months to 31st August 2020 have changedperceptions resulting in a clear through its long-term . We believe that this share will continue to perform well in the future and that it represents a really solid at current levels around 428c. The , Steve Brookes, is planning to grow the company to have of over R10bn by 2025 and he is in a good position to do that because the leaves room for in a market where there are plenty of properties selling cheaply.
He also talks about increasing the company’s “” which will certainly make it more attractive to . Over the six months to 31st August 2020 Balwin is one of the very few REITs to pay a . And the dividend it is paying (19,6c) is a whopping 68% more than it paid in the previous year.
We feel that this share represents a low-risk high-value opportunity in the current.
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