Ifix closes another session in the positive field;  FII XPPR11 is a prestigious software

Ifix closes another session in the positive field; FII XPPR11 is a prestigious software

The Ifix index – an index that aggregates the most actively traded real estate funds in B3 – closed the session this Tuesday (23) with a gain of 0.06%, at 2,931 points. It was the 14th consecutive session of gains for the index. XP Properties Fund (XPPR11) topped the list of the biggest gains in the trading session, up 2.8%. Check out the rest of today’s highlights around FII Center.

Vibra Energia (VBBR3) has initiated a procedure to change the rules of the lease agreement for the property housing the company’s headquarters and the lease of which is in support of the Certificate of Real Estate Receivables (CRI) held in the FII Banestes Receivíveis (BCRI11) portfolio. The action was confirmed in a material fact published by the fund on Monday (22).

“Vibra Energia – the current name of Petrobras Distribuidora SA – has submitted a request for contractual arbitration with the International Court of Arbitration to discuss the contractual terms of the special instrument of the non-model lease agreement signed between BR and Confidere OGB Imobiliária e Incorporad, on the 14th of April 2011,” the text reads.

The fund says it is aware of the measure and has not provided further details about the Vibra Energia initiative. The wallet promised to reveal further clarifications as the information is submitted to the CRI issuer, Bari Securitizadora.

CRI is a security obtained by investors who are entitled to the revenue generated by a real estate project, which can be the result of the sale of apartments or even the rent value of the space.

In the case of Banestes Recebíveis, the Trust receives a portion of the rent collected from Vibra Energia for the rental of a building, consisting of one ten-story tower and four cellars, located in Rio de Janeiro.

As per the management report, CRI represents 0.02% of FII’s portfolio which has a net worth of R$664 million. Currently, 90% of the portfolio consists of receivables, 6% of equity in other real estate funds and 4% of mutual funds.

Tuesday’s Biggest Highs (23):

ribbon Noun section Variance (%)
XPPR11 XP خصائص Characteristics Aharon 2.8
11 . care Brazilian cemetery and death care Aharon 1.69
SARE11 Santander income hybrid 1.54
BPFF11 Absolute plural form in Brazil Nicknames and Val. Home furniture 1.48
FCFL11 Faraya Lima Campus Aharon 1.46

This Tuesday’s biggest casualty (23):

ribbon Noun section Variance (%)
ARRI11 REIT Lobby Receivables Nicknames and Val. Home furniture -2.11
GTWR11 Green Towers corporate panels -1.82
CVBI11 VBI CRI Nicknames and Val. Home furniture -1.56
BCFF11 BTG Pactual Fund of Money Nicknames and Val. Home furniture -1.53
RBRP11 RBR . properties Aharon -1.36

Source: B3

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Rio Bravo Renda Educacional (RBED11) wants to raise R$49 million in a new show

FII Rio Bravo Renda Educacional approved, on Monday (22), the fourth issue of shares in the fund, which intends to raise up to 49.3 million Brazilian reais.

The unit value of the new shares is set at R$ 141.57 and the distribution fee will be R$ 1.06, with a total subscription price of R$ 142.63.

At the market opening this Tuesday (23), shares of Rio Bravo Renda Educacional were trading at R$129.79, below the IPO value.

Shareholders with a position at the conclusion of Friday’s (25) session will have pre-emptive rights to the offer, which can be exercised between August 29 and September 9.

With assets of R$286 million, the fund’s portfolio consists of seven properties adding up to a gross leasable area (GLA) of 92,000 square metres. Spaces are leased to names such as Ânima, Anhanguera and Pitágoras, which are companies in the educational sector.

Today’s earnings

Check out the two funds that are splitting income this Tuesday (23):

ribbon background performance
BVAR11 Brazil retail 7.98 Brazilian Real
NCRA11 Inch Cra Viagro 1.31 Brazilian Real

Source: InfoMoney. Pointers with an ending other than 11 indicate receipts and subscription rights for funds.

Giro Immobiliario: Hotel occupancy rose 80.5% in 2022, FOHB . indicates

The occupancy rate of Brazil’s hotel chain increased by 80.5% in the first seven months of 2022 compared to the same period in 2021, according to a study by the Forum of Hotel Operators of Brazil (FOHB), which monitors 459 establishments, responsible for 73,023 housing units or rooms.

The recovery of the sector – one of the sectors most affected by the restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic – is beginning to be reflected in the operations of real estate funds in the sector, indicating the resumption and increase of dividend distribution.

The FOHB survey also indicates that the average daily rate in the first seven months of the year increased by 33.5% compared to the first half of 2021. On the same comparison basis, RevPar (revenue from accommodation per room) grew by 141%.

According to FOHB data, the occupancy rate showed a positive performance across all sites, ranging from 50.4% in the north to 91.7% in the southeast between January and July.

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