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Share Price as of: 2018-06-25 11:59
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG2D90976473
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Real Estate / Real Estate / Real Estate Management and Development

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2018-06-13 13:32:36
Review of APAC Realty Limited
APAC Realty is one of the leading players in the real estate brokerage industry in Asia. APAC Realty operates three main business segments – the real estate brokerage services; franchise agreements; and training, valuation and other ancillary services. In this post, I share more about the business model, recent developments related to the company and my views on the stock. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Basic information APAC Realty traded at S$0.89 as of 8 June 2018. The peak was at S$1.26 on 9 Mar 2018 and was priced at S$0.78 during IPO on 29 Sept 2017. The present share price is 14% higher than IPO and 29% lower than its peak. Also read: Keppel DC REIT’s acquisition of a data centre How does APAC Realty earn money? There are 5 ways APAC Realty earns t
2018-05-27 01:04:48
Property news round up 27 May 2018
Managers of Reits with overseas assets address investors’ concerns at symposium WHILE real estate investment trusts (Reits) with overseas assets present additional risks, they also provide higher growth opportunities, and managements take several measures to allay investors’ concerns, said experts at a panel discussion at the Reits Symposium 2018. The annual one-day event, held last Saturday at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, is in its fourth edition. It was jointly organised by Reit Association of Singapore (Reitas) and ShareInvestor, a subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings. Goh Toh Sim, chief executive officer of EC World Reit manager, a Reit focused on e-commerce logistics properties in China, said: “Reits with Singapore assets have reached a
The Fifth Person
Ong Kang Wei
2018-04-16 17:59:02
Hatten Land: 8 things to know before you invest
Hatten Land is a property developer focused on developing residential, hospitality and commercial real estate predominantly in the state of Malacca. Hatten Land (SGX: PH0) listed on the Catalist board on 28 February 2017 at 29.5 cents per share. Since its listing, however, Hatten Land’s share price has fallen over 40% to 18 cents (as at 12 April 2018). The company also posted a RM74 million loss in its most recent quarter (albeit mainly due to large one-off expenses). Despite its tumbling share price and recent quarterly loss, I’ll explain why Hatten Land is still in my portfolio and remains potentially attractive. In this two-part article, I will share my analysis on Hatten Land and cover its business model and growth factors before balancing those views with the potential risks. Plea
The Fifth Person
Ong Kang Wei
2018-04-16 17:57:24
Hatten Land: 4 important risk factors you need to watch out for
In my previous article, I covered eight long-term growth drivers Hatten Land has in its favour and why the stock is in my portfolio. But as with any investment, there are always risks to consider. It is financially dangerous to invest in anything without exploring the possible downside. So in this article, I want to balance the views I shared in my first article and list four risk factors you need to know about Hatten Land: 1. Prolonged recession and counterparty risk A prolonged recession will impact Hatten’s financial position, and potentially compromise the integrity of its sale-and-leaseback scheme. The current economic upswing will come to an end one day, and when the economy sinks into a recession, Malacca’s tourist numbers and its investors’ confidence will definitely be affec
The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2018-04-16 09:37:23
Last Week In Numbers: Grab Raises Most Funding In The World
Ride-hailing app Grab received the most venture capital investment in the world for the first quarter of the year with US$2.5 billion raised. Total funds raised in VC investments in Singapore for the first quarter was US$2.68 billion across 23 deals. This is the most amount of funds raised by local start-ups in a single quarter since data started being recorded 8 years ago. The second biggest local deal involved logistics firm Ninja Van, which raised US$87 million, while software solutions provider Capillary Technologies was third, raising US$20 million. Game developer Virtuos raised US$15 million and in fifth, Love, Bonito raised US$13 million. Regionally, Indonesian-based Go-Jek raised US$1.5 billion, the fourth largest deal in the world for the quarter. CEOs’ median compensation hit

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