Frasers Logistics and Commercial Trust has announced their FY21 full year results on 11th November 2021. The financial results are simply solid!
The REIT has achieved a year-on-year growth in DPU of 7.9%. Net Asset Value (“NAV”) also increased 12.7% from S$1.10 to S$1.24.
Frasers Logistics and Commercial Trust FY21 Full Year Results
In 2H2021, gross revenue and adjusted net property income was higher due to the acquisitions undertaken in FY2020 and the 2021.
A Distribution Per Unit (“DPU”) of 3.88 Singapore cents was declared in 2H2021 which is 6.3% higher than 2H2020.
|Net Property Income||181,271||161,355||12.3%|
|Distribution Per Unit (“DPU”) (Singapore cents)||3.88||3.65||6.3%|
The DPU for the full year FY2021 stood at 7.68 Singapore cents which is 7.9% higher than FY2020.
|Net Property Income||355,161||258,335||37.5%|
|Distribution Per Unit (“DPU”) (Singapore cents)||7.68||7.12||7.9%|
Gearing ratio stood at 33.7%. Average weighted debt maturity improved by 0.3 years to 3.4 years, with the 7-year notes issuance in July 2021 and new financings entered into in FY2021.
Frasers Logistics and Commercial Trust has a credit rating (S&P) of BBB+ / Stable.
Overall portfolio occupancy stood at 96.2%. The occupancy for the Logistics & Industrial Portfolio and Commercial Portfolio stood healthy at 100% and 91.5% respectively.
Current Dividend Yield
As you can see below, Frasers Logistics and Commercial Trust has been paying dividends consistently year-on-year. In fact, DPU increased year-on-year.
Based on the current share price of S$1.51 and FY2021 full year payout of 7.68 Singapore cents, this translate to a current dividend yield of 5.09%.
Summary of Frasers Logistics and Commercial Trust FY21 Full Year Results
In my opinion, this is one solid REIT to invest in for the following reasons.
- Healthy occupancy.
- Low gearing ratio of 33.7% which means there is room for more debt for further acquisitions.
- DPU increase year-on-year.
Having said that, here are some considerations.
- Low current dividend yield at 5.09%. Patient investors can wait for the share price to come down so that current dividend yield will go up.