▲ +32.54% Upside Potential
This price target is based on 1 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Secure Income REIT in the last 3 months. The average price target is GBX 444, with a high forecast of GBX 444 and a low forecast of GBX 444. The average price target represents a 32.54% upside from the last price of GBX 335.
The current consensus among 1 polled investment analysts is to buy stock in Secure Income REIT. This Buy consensus rating has held steady for over two years.
Secure Income REIT specialises in generating long term, inflation protected, secure income from real estate investments. Its investment strategy is designed to satisfy investors' growing requirements for high quality, safe, inflation protected income flows. At 30 June 2018, the Group's investment property portfolio was valued at £2.3 billion, producing £124.5 million per annum of rental income from long term leases with a weighted average unexpired term to expiry of 21.4 years. All rental income is subject to fixed or RPI upwards only rent reviews. The Group's portfolio comprises key operating assets let to strong businesses in defensive sectors with high barriers to entry. The RPI linked rent reviews and fixed rental uplifts combine with fixed cost debt to drive healthy dividend growth, creating attractive and predictable returns. The Company is advised by Prestbury Investments LLP which was adviser to Max Property Group plc until August 2014, when all of the assets of Max Property Group plc were sold to Blackstone Group. Prestbury Investments LLP is a partnership of real estate and finance professionals including Nick Leslau, Mike Brown, Tim Evans, Ben Walford and Sandy Gumm. The Company's Board is chaired by Martin Moore and comprises three further independent Directors in Leslie Ferrar, Jonathan Lane and Ian Marcus, as well as three members of the Prestbury Team in Nick Leslau, Mike Brown and Sandy Gumm. The Company is a UK REIT which floated on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange in June 2014. The Company's LEI is 213800M1VI451RU17H40.