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Sinarmas Land
15-06-2018, 11:38 AM.
Post: #11
RE: Sinarmas Land
I can't figure out why this stock is tanking despite it's strong fundamentals. I mean doesn't it have a huge land bank?

Anyone has any insight?


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18-06-2018, 12:49 PM. (This post was last modified: 18-06-2018, 12:57 PM by fundamentalman.)
Post: #12
RE: Sinarmas Land
(15-06-2018, 11:38 AM)spiritz89 Wrote: I can't figure out why this stock is tanking despite it's strong fundamentals. I mean doesn't it have a huge land bank?

Anyone has any insight?


Long term story is still intact, in my view.

The huge land bank in serpong is their main asset. Serpong area would receive some more boost in future with the construction of JORR2 toll road (boosting accessibility to areas like Soekarna Hatta Int Airport). 

Their other child company, Deltamas, has industrial landbank in Karawang area. Govt is improving accessibility to that area with construction of Jakarta-Cikampek elevated road and Jakarta-Cikampek 2 toll road. The high speed train from jakarta to bandung would also pass Karawang area. But currently, sales of industrial land are not doing that well (it did experience a boom in 2011-2013 period).

Debt is low (but please note that BSDE, their child company, has done several share placement rounds in the past).

Currently, Indonesian property market is experiencing downturn after experiencing bubble a few years back. There is a glut of apartments, as affordability is way, way out of reach for ordinary Indonesians due to skyrocketing price starting from 2011 to 2013. The share of other developers listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange are not doing well too. E.g. APLN.ID/Agung Podomoro (down from 4xx to 19x, but company has some issue with Jakarta Administration regarding reclamation project off Jakarta cost), Bekasi Fajar/BEST.ID (industrial land player, from peak of 1000 to 26x).

Note that price of landed housing went really crazy during the bubble, with rental yield on landed home falling to as low as 2% (which is ridiculously low for emerging market like Indonesia), so correction is very normal.

Another short term threat is the weak currency and the central bank's move of raising interest rates, which would further dampen sentiment.

So, it is not company's specific issue... just the fact that property market in Indonesia is curently experiencing downturn.


Vested too @32.5c ... I am interested to buy more if price falls below 30c ... let's see.

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25-08-2019, 02:12 PM.
Post: #13
RE: Sinarmas Land
Is the management honest enough to declare all the land sale and distribute the earnings to shareholders? I am worried about Indon companies, because share holder interest isn't their top priority

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25-08-2019, 02:17 PM.
Post: #14
RE: Sinarmas Land
Followers of Sinarmas, how's the progress of the $400m investment

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02-12-2019, 08:37 PM.
Post: #15
RE: Sinarmas Land
Investment in Mascot Private Trust

Sinarmas Land Limited announced that Golden Ray Development Pte. Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company, has subscribed for 6,042,296 stapled securities in a Mapletree Australia Commercial Trust known as MASCOT Private Trust, a stapled group comprising the Mapletree ROA Trust and the Mapletree QL Trust ("MASCOT"), representing approximately 6% of the total unitholders' equity in MASCOT, for an aggregate subscription price of Australian Dollar (AUD) 40 million (equivalent to approximately SGD37 million).

MASCOT is fully invested at closing and owns 10 Grade A office assets that are strategically located in key Australian gateway cities namely - Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth - with a total asset value of about AUD1.4 billion. With a total net lettable area of approximately 160,000 square metres, the portfolio's occupancy stands at 94%. The tenant pool comprises reputable occupiers from well-diversified industries such as the technology, media and telecom, government as well as mining, oil and gas.

The Aggregate Subscription Amount for the Stapled Securities was determined based on AUD6.62 per Stapled Security. Each Stapled Security comprises 5 units in the Mapletree ROA Trust at AUD1.23 each and 1 unit in the Mapletree QL Trust at AUD0.47 each, collectively derived from the fair values of 8 of the commercial office buildings as of March 2019 and the acquisition cost of 2 commercial office buildings acquired after March 2019.

The Aggregate Subscription Amount was satisfied in full by a combination of internal resources and bank borrowings.

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