Summer Listed Property fund performance update as at 30 April 2017.
Unit price (as at 30 April 2017): $0.9798
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||18.04%|
|2||Goodman Property Trust||16.72%|
|3||Precinct Property NZ||15.62%|
|4||Property For Industry||10.07%|
|5||Vital Healthcare Property Trust||9.31%|
|6||ANZ Cash Deposit||6.27%|
|7||Stride Property Ltd & Stride Investment Management Ltd||5.14%|
The top 10 investments make up 90.48% of the fund.
The broader listed property sector was up by 1.30% in April while Summer Listed Property delivered a return of 0.98% for the period.
Property sector news this month was largely focused on the ongoing NPT takeover. Both Augusta and Kiwi Property Group lodged bids but the latter has struggled to attract the support of several large shareholders despite the endorsement of the NPT board. At this month’s Annual General Meeting, NPT shareholders voted against the Kiwi Property Group deal and to remove NPT’s board chairman plus one independent director. The smoke has yet to clear on this standoff, in our view, but the Kiwi Property Group deal appears to be dead. The fund holds a substantial exposure to Kiwi Property Group and, given the amount of development the company currently has underway, we believe it is a mild positive that the NPT distraction has been removed.
In other news in April, Vital Healthcare Properties announced the acquisition of an aged care facility in Australia as well as a small hospital site. We regard these investments as positive as they further the company’s growth aspirations across the Tasman. At the same time, rumours have been circling that the company is a potential takeover target. It’s difficult to know the veracity of this suggestion but Vital Healthcare Properties remains a core exposure within the portfolio and any decision to sell would be made reluctantly. The company raised $160m in July 2016 and remains well placed for further growth, in our view.
Finally, while the property sector continues to offer attractive yields, we see the potential for higher interest rates, which have the potential to act as a drag on sector performance, when compared to the more broader Australasian equity market.
For more information on the Summer Listed Property fund, read the latest quarterly fund update.
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