FII Hotel Maxinvest (HTMX11) resumes dividend distribution after two and a half years without transfers; ifix rises

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FII Hotel Maxinvest (HTMX11) will resume in September the distribution of dividends to shareholders, interrupted since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. On the eighth day, the fund will pay R$0.85 per share, equivalent to a monthly return of 0.76%.

The last transfer made by the portfolio took place in March 2020, when the fund deposited BRL 0.71 per share. At the time, the amount represented a monthly return with dividends of 0.45%.

With the drop in demand during the pandemic reducing revenues and the increase in inflation and interest increasing expenses, the situation of the hotel sector has been compromised in recent years, which also reflected in the FIIs of the segment, such as Hotel Maxinvest, which needed to cancel the distribution of dividends to keep.

“The fund had to pay occasional contributions in some projects, such as the payment of IPTU and condominium fees, aiming at maintaining the cash of the units that make up its portfolio”, points out the most recent management report of the fund.

In the same document, however, the fund detailed that it managed to cover the debts accumulated in the most critical period of the pandemic and signaled that the resumption in the transfer of dividends was close. At the end of July, the portfolio’s result closed slightly positive, a profit equivalent to R$ 0.0231 per share.

With a base of more than 22 thousand shareholders, FII Hotel Maxinvest currently operates 448 rooms in 23 hotels. In August, the fund signed a commitment to purchase another 50 units in the Ibis Congonhas project, located in the city of São Paulo (SP).

The total value of the deal – subject to compliance with the rules set forth in the contract – is R$ 22 million. Once the transaction is confirmed, the fund expects an increase in the monthly distribution of dividends of approximately R$0.13 per share.

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ifix today

In this Thursday’s session (1), the IFIX – index that gathers the most traded real estate funds on B3 – operates in the negative field. At 11:06 am, the indicator registered a drop of 0.07%, at 2,974 points. Check out today’s highlights:

Biggest highs this Thursday (1):

tickerNameSectorVariation (%)FCFL11Campus Faria LimaOthers1,93MORE11More Real EstateTítulos e Val. Mob.1,53BTCR11BTG Pactual Real Estate CreditTítulos e Val. Mob.1,31FIIB11Industrial do BrasilHíbrido1,24VTLT11Votorantim LogísticaLogística1,12

Biggest casualties of this Thursday (1):

tickerNameSectorVariation (%)BTRA11BTG Pactual Terras AgrícolasAgro-2,93VCJR11Vectis Interest RealTítulos e Val. Mob.-2.9HGBS11Hedge Brasil ShoppingShoppings-2.68OUJP11Ourinvest JPPTítulos e Val. Mob.-2.4PLCR11Plural Real Estate ReceivablesHíbrido-2.13

Source: B3

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New issuance of FII MCHF11 shares; Banco do Brasil delays BBFI11B rent payment

Check the latest information released by real estate funds in relevant facts:

Mauá Capital Hedge Fund (MCHF11) launches offer and wants to raise BRL 250 million

The FII Mauá Capital Hedge Fund approved, this Wednesday (31), the realization of the third issuance of quotas of the fund, which intends to raise up to R$ 250 million.

According to a statement released by the portfolio, the unit price of the new shares was set at R$ 10.00, a value that may be updated in the coming days, the document indicates.

At the opening of this Thursday’s session (1), the shares of the FII Mauá Capital Hedge Fund were being negotiated at R$9.73, up 1.25%.

The fund also communicates that the portfolio’s shareholders will have preemptive rights in the offering and the proportion factor will be disclosed later.

Focused on investing in real estate receivables certificates (CRI), the FII Mauá Capital Hedge Fund currently has a net worth of R$309 million.

In August, the portfolio deposited R$ 0.12 per share, an amount equivalent to a monthly return with dividends of 1.25%. In 12 months, the percentage is 13.67%.

Banco do Brasil delays payment of rent to FII BB Progressivo (BBFI11B)

In a material fact released this Wednesday (31) the BB Progressivo fund reported not having received the payment of the rent due by Banco do Brasil in August.

The financial institution occupies the Centro Administrativo (CARJ) property in Rio de Janeiro (RJ) and had already delayed the payment in previous months, as indicated by other communications in the portfolio.

According to the fund, the pending issue will reduce the next dividend distribution by approximately R$5.19 per share.

With a net worth of R$374 million, the fund currently has 8,802 shareholders. In addition to CARJ, BB Progressivo has one more property, SEDE I, in Brasília. At the end of July, the portfolio’s vacancy rate was 39%.

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The 5 biggest highs and lows of FIIs in August; BRCR11 leads gains in the month, while CARE11 has the biggest loss

In the month in which Ifix – the index of the most traded FIIs on the Stock Exchange – recorded the best performance of the year, the BC Fund (BRCR11) was the highlight among the funds that increased the most in August, with an increase of 24.85%. Brazilian Graveyard and Death Care (CARE11) returned July’s gains and took the bottom of the list for this month’s biggest casualties.

The 5.76% rise in Ifix last month was influenced by the performance of “brick” funds – which invest directly in real estate. On average, these funds rose by more than 11.1%, against a rise of 3.10% for “paper” funds – which invest in fixed income securities linked to inflation indices or to the CDI rate (interbank deposit certificates).

In August, the market reflected the impact of the July deflation (0.68%) on “paper” funds, which until then had been benefiting from the rise in prices and the Selic, the basic interest rate of the national economy. The inversion of the scenario reduces the volume of dividends distributed by these FIIs.

Given the scenario, funds from segments such as shopping malls and corporate slabs – greatly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and traded below book value – returned to the investor’s radar and closed the month with average gains of 13.25% and 11, 92%, respectively.

Individually, the BC Fund (BRCR11) was the highlight of the month among the real estate funds that make up Ifix. With gains of 24.85%, the portfolio topped the list of highest gains. Check out the biggest gains in real estate funds in August 2022.

“I earn BRL 1,000 a day with dividends from FIIs”, says Charles Mendlowicz, the Sincere Economist

Even though he is still far from the level of Luiz Barsi, the largest individual investor on the Stock Exchange, who claims to have earned R$ 1 million in stock dividends a day in 2021, Charles Mendlowicz, known as the Sincere Economist on social media, signals that he is on the path of focused investors in generating passive income. He revealed that he already receives the equivalent of R$1,000 a day in dividends from real estate funds.

The biggest influencer in the area of ​​investments, according to the Anbima ranking (Brazilian Association of Financial and Capital Markets Entities), the Sincero Economist participated in this Tuesday’s edition (30) of the League of FIIswhich has a presentation by Maria Fernanda Violatti, analyst at XP, Thiago Otuki, economist at Clube FII, and Wellington Carvalho, reporter at InfoMoney.

With more than one million followers on Youtube and Instagram, he talked about his trajectory as an investor, the experience of more than 25 years in the financial market and, mainly, about how he reached the current volume of dividends received monthly from the FIIs.

Mendlowicz says he actually started investing in real estate funds in 2017 and today FIIs represent around 30% of his investment portfolio. Compared to conventional rentals, FIIs offer much greater ease in terms of liquidity, diversification and profitability, he says.

Roughly speaking, real estate funds raise funds in the market to acquire properties that can later be rented or sold. The income obtained in the transactions – leasing or capital gain – is distributed among the shareholders, in the proportion in which each one invested.

The earnings – or dividends – are usually deposited monthly in the shareholders’ account. Resources are exempt from Income Tax, an advantage of real estate funds.

In the case of the Sincero Economist, the volume of dividends received from FIIs is already equivalent to R$ 1 thousand per day.

“O [Luiz] Barsi the other day declared that he already receives R$ 1 million a day with dividends from companies”, he recalls. “I already receive ‘one milão’ [R$ 1 mil] a day”, he reveals.

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