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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Brigade Enterprises Ltd:-Buy on dips

Scripscan:Brigade Enterprises Ltd
Traded in:Nse-bse

Story:Started in 1990, BEL has been developing properties mainly in and around Bangalore, Mysore and Mangalore.It expects to develop 23.14 million sq ft of saleable area in the next 2-4 years. Out of this, integrated lifestyle enclaves account for 47%, residential properties 27%, commercial properties 22%, and hospitality projects account for the remaining share of forthcoming projects.BEL''s business model differs from that of its peers, as it does not amass huge land banks; instead, it believes in delivering first and then acquiring further land. Also, its execution and delivery skills appear to be scalable. Revenue from its hospitality business will start flowing in from FY10.Considering the current cost ofconstruction and development and last year''s average realisation rate of Rs 3500-4,000/sq ft, the valuation appears reasonable.Given these factors, investors can consider opting for the company at dips. Softening of real estate prices remains a concern across several major cities.However, this shouldn''t be an issue for long-term investors as increasing incomes and a growing economy should keep long-term demand intact.

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