Summer Listed Property fund performance update as at 31 August 2017.
Unit price (as at 31 August 2017): $0.9985
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||Precinct Properties New Zealand Limited||17.71%|
|2||Kiwi Property Group Limited||17.21%|
|3||Goodman Property Trust||16.19%|
|4||Property For Industry Limited||9.38%|
|5||Vital Healthcare Property Trust||8.85%|
|6||ANZ Cash Deposit||5.61%|
|7||Stride Property Group||5.49%|
|9||Stockland Corporation Limited||2.73%|
The top 10 investments make up 89.05% of the fund.
Summer Listed Property delivered a return of 1.45% for August.
The fund has outperformed the property sector, in general, this past year. Positive returns reflect the decision to employ a diversification strategy in 2016 that added investment exposures to retirement property companies and a small number of Australian property vehicles.
The listed property sector delivered a positive return for August. The result was a lower return than the broader equity market, the third consecutive month this has occurred. The sector has now underperformed the New Zealand equity market by approximately 8% this calendar year. We see this as disappointing but it is notable that listed property is now priced at just below net asset backing. The sector’s gross yield, which we calculate as 7.3% is also very attractive, in our view.
August was a busy month for results.
Property For Industry posted a solid result for the first half of 2017 with revenues slightly ahead of forecasts and excellent progress in leasing newly developed properties.
Precinct Properties also reported a good set of numbers this month. Both earnings and distribution numbers were lifted and occupancy is currently 100% which confirms that the commercial market remains in robust health.
Other results to impress included Summerset and Vital Healthcare Properties. The latter reported a record revaluation gain.
A number of the fund’s Australian exposures also reported in August.
Westfield’s result is invariably a complex affair but the number for the first half of the year was broadly in line with our forecasts.
Stockland’s full-year result was also a good one. Full-year profits rose 34.4% with both the residential and retirement divisions posting record results.
Lastly, Goodman Property Trust announced a NZ$107m investment at its Highbrook industrial development project in Auckland. Highbrook has been an excellent investment for Goodman and demand for property within the project’s area remains strong.
For more information on the Summer Listed Property fund, read the latest quarterly fund update.
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