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Megaworld goes into ind’l parks, Allots P5 B for Suntrust Ecotown in Cavite

MANILA, Philippines – Leading property developer Megaworld Corp. is investing P5 billion over the next eight years for its maiden venture into industrial park development. Through wholly-owned subsidiary Suntrust Properties Inc., Megaworld announced yesterday its initial entry into industrial park development with a 200-hectare project in Tanza, Cavite to be called Suntrust Ecotown.

Jericho P. Go, Megaworld senior vice president, said the project is seen to become the major hub for world-class light to medium export-oriented industries, residential, commercial and institutional establishments in the south.

“Megaworld’s entry into industrial park development leads us to an innovative blueprint that will entice more foreign locators to invest in the Philippines. Suntrust Ecotown is design to respond to the needs of dynamic export-oriented industries and to Megaworld goes… From B-1 exceed their expectations by offering lifestyle amenities never seen before in any industrial park,” he said.

Suntrust Properties president Harrisson M. Paltongan said 111 hectares will be allotted for the industrial park, while some 50 hectares is being allocated for future development that may include residential and other recreational facilities.

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SUN - SUNTRUST HOME DEVELOPERS, INC.

SECTOR: PROPERTY
SUBSECTOR: PROPERTY

LAST TRADE PRICE: PhP1.24
LAST TRADE DATE: 09/18/14


EARNINGS PER SHARE (EPS*)

2009: PhP0.00
2010: PhP0.00
2011: PhP0.00
2012: PhP0.00
2013: PhP0.01
Non-negativity: TRUE
*EPS = (Net income after tax - Preferred stock dividends)/ Average number of common shares outstanding


EPS GROWTH RATE

2010: 24%
2011: 24%
2012: 8%
2013: 211%
EPS Growth Rate (5-year YoY* Average): 66%
EPS Growth Rate (5-year CAGR**): 50%
EPS Growth Rate (lower of YoY average or CAGR): 50%

where:
EPS Growth Rate (YoY) = ((current year's EPS - previous year's EPS) / AbsoluteValue(previous year's EPS)) * 100
EPS Growth Rate (CAGR) =((EPS this period/EPS t periods ago)^(1/t)) - 1

*Year-over-year
**Compounded annual growth rate


BOOK VALUE PER SHARE (BVPS*)

2009: PhP0.05
2010: PhP0.05
2011: PhP0.04
2012: PhP0.04
2013: PhP0.06
*Book Value Per Share (BVPS) = Total Common Stockholder's Equity/ Number of Common Shares


EQUITY OR BOOK VALUE PER SHARE (EQUITY OR BVPS) GROWTH RATE

2010: 4%
2011: -20%
2012: -4%
2013: 50%
BVPS Growth Rate (5-year YoY* Average): 8%
BVPS Growth Rate (5-year CAGR**): 5%
BVPS Growth Rate (lower of YoY average or CAGR): 5%

where:
BVPS Growth Rate (YoY) = ((current year's BVPS - previous year's BVPS) / AbsoluteValue(previous year's BVPS)) * 100
BVPS Growth Rate (CAGR) =((BVPS this period/BVPS t periods ago)^(1/t)) - 1

*Year-over-year
**Compounded annual growth rate


PRICE-TO-EARNINGS (P/E) RATIO

2009: 281.46
2010: 213.16
2011: 194.00
2012: 192.94
2013: 102.29
Historical P/E (Low) 102.29
Historical P/E (Moderate) 203.05
Historical P/E (High) 281.46
*P/E = Stock Price / EPS

where:
Historical P/E (Low) = smallest value in a data set
Historical P/E (Moderate) = midpoint between the 2nd smallest and 2nd largest value in the data set (excludes outlying data in the analysis)
Historical P/E (High) = largest value in a data set

FUTURE PRICE

Pessimistic projection:
2014: PhP0.93
2015: PhP0.98
2016: PhP1.02
2017: PhP1.07
2018: PhP1.12

Moderate projection:
2014: PhP1.85
2015: PhP1.94
2016: PhP2.03
2017: PhP2.12
2018: PhP2.22

Optimistic projection:
2014: PhP2.56
2015: PhP2.68
2016: PhP2.81
2017: PhP2.94
2018: PhP3.08

Future Price = Future P/E x Future EPS

where:
Future P/E = Historical P/E (Low) for pessimistic projection
Future P/E = Historical P/E (Moderate) for moderate projection
Future P/E = Historical P/E (High) for optimistic projection
and:
Future EPS = (Current EPS)*((1+EPS Growth Rate)^t)
EPS Growth Rate = The lesser of historical EPS growth rate and historical BVPS growth rate
t = number of periods


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...dapat pala dito itong article na ito hindi lang sa MEG Tongue

Megaworld acquires South Luzon-based company

MEGAWORLD Corp. is ramping up its land bank in Cavite and Laguna with the acquisition of a South Luzon-based real estate firm through one of its subsidiaries.

In a statement issued Tuesday, Megaworld said its wholly owned unit Suntrust Properties, Inc. recently acquired Stateland, Inc. The financial details of the deal were not disclosed.

The 42-year old Stateland has existing developments covering over 200 hectares primarily in Cavite and Laguna, as well as some parts of Metro Manila.

Stateland’s existing developments include horizontal residential projects, such as the 4.34-hectare Villa San Lorenzo in Imus, Cavite; the 23-hectare San Francisco Heights; 16.25-hectare Gran Avila, and 7.46-hectare Casa Laguerta, all in Calamba, Laguna.

The company’s latest project is its flagship community development called Washington Place along Aguinaldo Highway in Dasmariñas, Cavite. Washington Place spans 40 hectares and offers some 1,700 housing units priced at around P1.7 million to P5.6 million.

Stateland also has developments around Metro Manila, having built upscale pocket townhouse projects such as the Royal Circle Townhomes in Parañaque City; Royal Garden Townhomes in Malate, Manila; Hillcrest Townhomes in Quezon City; and Royal Chateau in Pasay City.

The company’s portfolio further includes residential and office condominiums in Makati, Quezon City, San Juan, Mandaluyong, and in Binondo, Manila.

Stateland is known to participate in the government’s shelter programs in areas with potential growth.

Aside from residential projects, Stateland has developed a number of industrial and farm lots in Bulacan, Cavite, and Pasig City.

The acquisition also includes around 150 hectares of raw land and other allied properties of Stateland, which will now be placed under Megaworld’s portfolio.

For its part, Suntrust has residential communities in Dasmariñas, Gen. Trias, and Silang in Cavite; Lipa, Batangas; Sta. Rosa and Calamba in Laguna; and in Bacolod City. The company also has condominium projects in Manila, Quezon City, Baguio City, and Davao City which cater to the middle to upper income segment.

“Our goal is to further expand our developments in CALABARZON area where the growth prospects are great. Stateland’s existing properties in nearby provinces of Cavite and Laguna are impressive, and we are more than excited for the opportunities to develop them,” Suntrust President Harrison M. Paltongan said in a statement.

Mr. Paltongan will now sit as the new president of Stateland.

Stateland will now be folded into Megaworld’s portfolio. Megaworld is the parent firm for tycoon Andrew L. Tan’s property investments, including Global-Estate Resorts, Inc and Empire East Land Holdings, Inc., among others.

Megaworld is under Mr. Tan’s Alliance Global Group, Inc., which also has core interests in liquor, gaming, and quick service restaurants.

The company grew its attributable profit by 11% to P3.2 billion in the first quarter of 2018, following a 10% uptick in revenues to P13.1 billion for the period.


source: http://bworldonline.com/megaworld-acquir...d-company/


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