+ Robust rental reversion of 16.3%, with 313@somerset achieving c.20%, and Jem achieving high single digits. In FY24, 7.8% of leases by gross rental income (GRI) are set to expire, and we anticipate the momentum of high reversion to persist, with 313@somerset benefiting from the return of tourism and Jem maintaining stability.
+ Healthy operating metrics. Portfolio occupancy remains high at 99.9%, with 313 experiencing a slight 10bps decrease to 98.9%, Sky Complex in Milan and Jem remained at 100%. The Milan asset has been efficiently utilized, achieving a physical occupancy rate of c.70% following tenant footprint consolidation.
+ Resilient valuation. There is no downward pressure on the valuation in the Singapore market and the portfolio valuation remained unchanged compared to 4Q23. Jem has seen a 2.5% increase in valuation due to healthy rental reversion and a stable occupancy rate. The valuation of 313@Sommerset improved by 4% YoY as a result of the development of the multifunctional event space (Live Nation), which is expected to be in operation in 2025. The stress is more visible in overseas assets. SKY Complex in Milan is valued down by 10.5% due to a terminal cap rate expansion of 75bps as the rental is under the market rate.
– Cost of borrowing inched up to 2.94% (+25bp QoQ) upon refinancing of the Euro loan. With the new rate taking effect, the interest rate for FY24e is expected to be around the low 3% which is in line with our forecast.