Summer Listed Property fund performance update as at 30 June 2017.
Unit price (as at 30 June 2017): $0.9868
Date the fund started: 19 September 2016
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|Total since inception||1 Month||3 Months||6 Months|
Fund returns are calculated net of fund charges, trading expenses and accrued tax for a New Zealand resident individual paying tax at the highest Prescribed Investor Rate (28%).
|Asset name||% of fund net assets|
|1||Kiwi Property Group Ltd||17.22%|
|2||Goodman Property Trust||16.52%|
|3||Precinct Properties NZ Ltd||15.38%|
|4||Property for Industry Ltd||9.80%|
|5||Vital Healthcare Property Trust||9.23%|
|6||ANZ Cash Deposit||6.16%|
|7||Stride Property Group Ltd||5.91%|
|8||Lend Lease Group Ltd||3.23%|
The top 10 investments make up 89.02% of the fund.
The New Zealand listed property sector enjoyed a solid month in June, rising by 1.27%.
June is a month synonymous with large dividend payments and these underpinned the increase in the sector’s gross return.
Summer Listed Property delivered a positive result of 0.53% for the month.
News flow in June was largely focused on the announcement of a rights issue by Kiwi Property Group. Priced at a 4.5% discount to the traded price prior, the deal appears relatively favourable and we have decided to take up our full entitlement of the Kiwi Property Group offer. The company is raising additional capital to pursue its development agenda in Auckland and Wellington.
Vital Healthcare Properties was also in the news this month. The company announced another small acquisition in Australia, as well as a further increase in net tangible assets which have been lifted by $165m to $2.20 per share. The rise reflects a mix of rising property comparatives as well as “cap” rate compression.
Summerset was another portfolio stock to release good news in June. The company has upgraded FY17 profit forecasts by 12% to $72m-$75m due to strong development margins and pleasing sales of occupation rights. Longer dated forecasts have also been increased. Both FY18 and FY19 expectations have been revised upwards by 5%.
Finally, New Zealand listed property vehicles continue to fine-tune their portfolios.
Goodman Property Trust has moved to full ownership of Bayleys House in Auckland’s Wynyard Precinct whilst Property For Industry has sold a parcel of industrial zoned land in Penrose for $14.25m. The company has also announced the settlement of the internalisation proposal which removes the unhelpful link between management fees and the size of the Fund’s assets.
For more information on the Summer Listed Property fund, read the latest quarterly fund update.
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