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Metrovacesa S A : 13/05/2020 – Results Presentation Q1 FY2020 (PDF)

05/13/2020 | 06:40am EST

Results 1Q2020

May 13th, 2020

Serenity Collection (Estepona, Málaga)

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2.

Agenda

Table of Contents

  1. Highlights of the Quarter
  2. Business Update
  3. Financial Overview
  4. Closing remarks Appendices

Today's Presenters

Jorge Perez de Leza CEO

Borja Tejada CFO

Juan Carlos Calvo IR

3.

Residencial Amura (Valencia)

1. Highlights of thequarter

Highlights of the quarter

Continued operational progress in 1Q20

Strong financial situation, reinforced in 1Q20

Covid-19 outbreak means reduced visibility

  • 3,747 units in construction (510 added in 1Q) and 5,501 in commercialisation
  • Pre-salesbacklog increased to 2,248 units and €630m of future revenues
  • During 1Q20: 263 units pre-sold, 146 units delivered and €49m in land sales
  • Cash position of €292m in March, a substantial rise in 1Q, with net LTV of 3%
  • Positive FCF of €25m generated in the first quarter
  • No material debt repayments in 2020 (1) and additional debt facilities signed in April
  • A disuptive event since early March. Still too soon to evaluate the impact on earnings, cashflow or timetables
  • Key priorities for MVC are: cash preservation and conservative approach; business continuity to minimise the impact; health and safety preservation for all stakeholders

Note:

5.

(1) €7m debt repayment due in 2020

Covid-19: update and initiatives

Commercial initiatives

Contruction Works

Points of sale reopened this week, after 8 weeks

All sites are operational since April 13th.

closed

Works were halted only for 2 weeks

Employees and structure

MVC's team is working remotely with good

productivity

  • #MVC Digital: 360º virtual tours, remote signing of reservations and contracts, etc.
  • #PromueveConfianza: deferral of two monthly payments for existing clients, incentives for new reservations, etc.
  • #BeSafe: insurance policy covering existing clients, from Covid-related situations
  • Progress is lower than 100%, due to stricter safety protocols, but it is gradually improving
  • New starts: decision to commence on new projects when the development financing is in place

Safety procedures during the restriction period

and for the gradual comeback period

€10,160 donation to charities, half from

employees and half from MVC

Cost-cutting initiatives: freeze on new hirings,

reduction in non-essential general expenses

Cash preservation initiatives

Corporate decisions

  • Full withdrawal of the corporate loan available
  • New loans signed: €30m in April
  • Case-by-casereview of land capex commitments
  • Prioritising the use of project financing instead of advances from clients
  • Decision on dividend postponed until 2H2020 due to limited visibility
  • Share buyback plan remains in place
  • Guidance on 2020 free cashflow is supended, due to limited visibility
  • Annual General Meeting called for May 25th, available via remote access

#PromueveConfianza campaign

MVC is reacting and it is well prepared to face the situation

#MVC Digital: virtual tours

6.

Citrea (Málaga)

2. Business update

Mirador de Montserrat (Barcelona)

Key operational data as of March, 2020

Business

8,054 activeunits

€307k/unit

5,501 unitsand

active

ASP (1)

93 developments under

134 developments

commercialization

Sales Backlog (2)

2,248 €630m

Sold units €280k/unit ASP (1)

3,747

units under construction

146

units delivered in Q1

59

developments under construction

€255k/unit

263

255k/unit

ASP (4)

units sold in Q1(3)

ASP

€49m

Land Sales

Financials

6.0 million sqm

c.36,500

81.1%(6)

Buildable

buildable

Fully

area

units (5)

permitted

€2.7Bn

€17.90 per share

3%

GAV Dec. 19

NAV Dec. 19

LTV

Increase of 1.2% /GAV due to Arpo land plot (Madrid)

Notes:

  1. Average Selling Price, not including future HPA
  2. Defined as cummulative pre-sales (reservations + contracts) minus deliveries
  3. Reservations + contracts signed in the period, net of cancellations
  4. Excluding some units from the historical portfolio
  5. Estimated number of units may vary in time depending on the type of projects and maximum buildability
  6. Current percentage, calculated on Dec 2019 appraisal values

8.

Residential pre-sales: 263 units sold in Q1, backlog of 2,248 units

Pre-sales in the period: 263 units in 1Q20

Sales backlog split by province

# units

Rest

Madrid

31%

11%

Seville

Barcelona

1,511

6%

15%

512

888

Valencia

9%

263

FY17

FY18

FY19

1Q20

Málaga

28%

Under commercialization:

Sales backlog:

  • 1Q pre-sales: comparatively stronger figures in January and February, followed by a weak March, already impacted by Covid-19
  • Improved visibility in the pre-salesbacklog: 2,248 units with €630m of future revenues. A growing proportion of the total portfolio in commercialization (41%).

5,501 units (ASP of €300k), 41% is already pre-sold

2,248 units (ASP €280k/unit)

# units

% pre-sold

# units

sales value in € m

40%

41%

Unsold

24%

5,378

5,501

€135m

€271m

€67m

(€33m)

€630m

Sold

€597m

3,840

263

146

3,247

3,253

44%

2,248

2,131

1,222

2,931

541

909

681

909

2,131

2,248

Dec. 17

Dec. 18

Dec. 19

Sales

Deliveries

Sales

541

Q1 20

Q1 20

backlog

FY17

FY18

FY19

Q1 20

Q1 20

Note / Definitions: Pre-sales: number of reservations plus contracts signed in a period of time, net of cancellations; Sales backlog:balance of accumulated pre-sales minus deliveries at a certain date;

9.

Units under commercialisation: total number of units in projects under commercialisation, including sold and unsold units; Active units:units in projects launched internally, including projects already

under commercialisation and projects in design phase (prior to commercialisation)

Residential active units: 8,054 as of March

Active units Accum. March 2020 (1)

# units

€1,730m

€792m

(€62m)

€2,460m

€46m

(€33m)

€2,473m

2,686

7,962

238

8,054

5,565

(289)

(146)

Active units

Launches

Deliveries Active units

Launches

Deliveries

Active units

Dec'18

FY19

FY19

Dec'19

1Q20

1Q20

Mar'20

Figures as of March 2020:

  • Total active units reached 8,054 with an average selling price (ASP) of €307k/unit
  • 134 active developments:
    • 93 under commercialization (5,501 units)
    • 59 under construction (3,747 units)
  • Launches: 238 units launched in Q1

Active Units by Status

Active Units - Split by regional office (2)

# units

136

134

# of developments

8,054

West

7,962

Levante

commercialisation

Andalusia

3,747

15%

102

3,383

17%

in5,501

Construction

5,575

Commercialization

Design phase

1,329

Total

48

2,511

Center-

8,054 units

1,995

134 projects

2,141

1,754

North

East

24%

Andalusia

955

2,584

32%

267

2,563

1,735

919

Catalonia

FY17

FY18

FY19

Q120

27%

Active Units - Split by province

Madrid

4%

Barcelona

Rest

17%

38%

Málaga

23%

Seville

7% Valencia

11%

Notes:

(1) Active units: units in projects launched internally, including projects already under commercialisation and projects in design phase (prior to commercialisation)

(2) Center-North: Madrid, Navarre, Galicia, Basque Country, Canary Islands and Castilla-Leon; Levante: Valencian Community, Murcia and Ibiza; Catalonia: Catalonia and Mallorca; West Andalusia: Cordoba, Seville,

10.

Huelva, Cadiz; East Andalusia: Costa del Sol and Almeria

Construction & licenses as of March

Total units in construction (work in progress)

(# units)

Current units in construction, split by # of months from starting date

(# units)

3,747

3,383

1,329

955

FY17

FY18

FY19

March 20

1,615

990

676

466

0 to 6

6 to 12

12 to 18 > 18 months

months

months

months

  • 3,747 units (59 projects) are currently under construction (WIP & finished product)
  • Total volume of contracted works is €528m, signed with 27 construction companies
  • Usual lead time is 20-24 months from construction start to delivery

New construction starts

(# units)

Building licenses granted & requested

(# units)

Requested

2,341

Granted

In 1Q20: 394 units (9 projects)

received a building licence and

287 units (5 projects) requested

license

510 units initated

1,249construction works in 1Q 20

510

FY18FY191Q20

3,364

3,306

3,034

1,503

287

394

FY 18

FY 19

1Q 20

2,238 units (37 projects) under

licensing process now, with

avg. of 6 months into the

process

11.

Deliveries in 1Q 2020

146 units delivered in the first quarter

  • This compares to 14 units delivered in 1Q 2019, and represents the majority of the tail deliveries pending at the end of last year
  • A number of units were planned for delivery in March, but they had to be rearranged due to the outbreak of Covid-19. These should be made shortly after the restrictions are lifted
  • Still early to evaluate the impact of Covid-19 on the agenda of deliveries for the full year 2020

Villas de Miramadrid (Paracuellos, Madrid)

Details on 1Q deliveries

  • Split by regional office: 40% in Centre-North, 38% in Easter Andalusia, 18% in Catalonia and 4% in Levante
  • Average selling price (ASP) of delivered units is €255k (1), with a gross margin of 16%, a margin that is expected to improve in following quarters

Serenity Views (Estepona, Málaga)

Notes

12.

(1) Excluding a few units sold as historical stock, which are not fully comparable in terms of pricing

Land sales: € 49m in Q1 2020

Land sales (€m)

107

64

49

FY18

FY19

1Q 20

Link to Valdebebas location

An important volume of land sales completed in 1Q

  • €49m revenues in 1Q20 compared to €25m in 1Q19 (+96%)
  • Equals to 46% of the full-year sales in 2019
  • Sale price in line with appraisal values (GAV)
  • Very significant in terms of cash flow generation, although with a limited impact on earnings: book value was in line with GAV
  • Two transactions made: one major plot in Valdebebas, plus one small residential plot in Logroño (€1m), a non-core location for
    MVC

Valdebebas land sale

  • Land with a buildable area of 34,800 sqm for office use, sold for €48m. Located in the emerging district of Valdebebas, Madrid city, next to the subway station and close to the airport. MVC still owns an adjacent plot for 23,300 sqm
  • The transaction was closed in early March, just before the Covid-19 restrictions were introduced

13.

Land management: 306 units converted to FP in 1Q

Arpo, Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid

45,148 sqm for 256 units (11% of total area)

  • Fully-permittedstatus since January 2020
  • A landmark location, since Pozuelo is Spain's higher Income-per- capita municipality. With 240 Ha, Arpo is the largest urban development project in the municipality
  • MVC owns 11% of the total area, and this represents c.2% of our FP residential GAV (1)
  • Current status: final rezoning plan was approved in January 2020. Urbanization plan is expected before year-end, and urbanization works should start in early 2021

Link to Arpo location

Castellar del Vallés, Barcelona

4,183 sqm for 50 units

  • Converted to fully permitted in 1Q20
  • Located in the municipality Castellar del Vallés, 38km North of Barcelona city
  • Suitable for a senior home project

Link to Castellar location

Other milestones in 2020

Land plot

Location

Units #

Sqm

Status

Torre del Río

Málaga

241

43,722

Registration of the rezoning plan

Sotogrande

Cádiz

47

15,745

Initial approval of the urbanization plan

Calderotas

Barcelona

145

13,173

Registration of the rezoning plan

Progress on fully-permitted transformation: now 81% of GAV

Notes

14.

(1) GAV as of December 2019

Commercial assets: progress on portfolio reduction

Commercial portfolio evolution

Calculated as % of IPO GAV

2%

29%

10%

98%

61%

2017 IPO GAV

Mar'2020

Alreay sold

Turnkeys & JVs

In land portfolio

Puerto de Somport office project (Madrid)

Recent progress

39% of the initial portfolio already sold or de-risked

  • 29% sold and 10% under turnkey or JV commitments

Puerto de Somport office project (24% stake)

  • Phase I of 20,000 sqm already under construction, to be completed in 2H 2021.
  • Top quality office complex in Madrid city, currently under commercialisation for pre-letting

Link to video - Puerto Somport project

Monteburgos II turnkey project

  • A turnkey 11,250 sqm office project located in Madrid city.
  • To be delivered in late 2022

Continued land sales

  • Sale of land in Valdebebas in 1Q

15.

Residencial Oasis (Algeciras, Cádiz)

3. Financial Overview

Financial Accounts: highlights 1Q 2020

Profit & Loss

Total revenues: €81.4m

Residential deliveries:

Land Sales:

Villas de la Calderona (Bétera, Valencia)

€48.8m

€32.6m

• 146 units

• 98% commercial

• Gross margin: 16%

• 2% residential

EBIT: €(2.7)m

Net Profit: €(6.2)m

Mirador de Montserrat (Barcelona)

Financial situation

LTV ratio: 3%

Net debt: €90m

Cash: €292m

  • €209m fully available
  • €83m advances from clients

not considered for net debt

17.

Net Debt: a very sound financial situation

Net Debt of €90m, small change vs YE19

7890

Dec2019Mar2020

Net Debt

A very sound financial situation

  • Low LTV ratio of 3%
  • Cash position of €292m at March 2020, up from €139m at Dec2019
  • No significant debt maturies in the near term (€7m in 2020)
  • The corporate loan expires in Dec.2022

Cash preservation measures recently taken

  • Full withdrawal of the remaining unused corporate loan facility
  • €30m of new loans signed in April (€18m project loans and €12m corporate loan)
  • The total amount of available project loan facilities is €325m in March

Cash position of €292m

Gross Debt of €302m

292

302

152

76

139

209

54

226

72

83

99

67

Dec 2019

Mar 2020

Dec2019

Mar2020

Cash restricted

Cash unrestricted

Corporate loan

Developer loans

18.

Free Cash Flow for shareholders

Free Cash Flow available for shareholders: a simplified definition consistent with our FCF guidance

1Q 2020 (€ m)

+ EBITDA

(2.5)

+ Book value of land sold

49.3

+ Book value of land in residential deliveries

10.5

- Net financial expenses paid

(1.7)

- Corporate taxes paid

(0.0)

- Contractual repayment of corporate debt

(7.3)

- Other working capital changes

(22.9)

= Adjusted Free Cash Flow

25.4

Comments

  • Cash recovered from land sales, not included in Ebitda
  • Land component in the cost-of-goods-sold. It represents cashflow generation assuming no need to replenish the land bank
  • Based on the corporate loan agreement, 15% of land revenues will be used to anticipate repayment of this loan
  • Includes €34.2m in deferred collection of land revenues, to be collected in 2020, and the cash collection of some sales booked in 2019
  • Free cashflow available for shareholders. It is before capex in construction WIP (€48m in 1Q) or capex in land urbanization (€3m in 1Q), which are financed with other sources: clients' advances and developer loans (non-recourse)

19.

Residencial Novolérez (Pontevedra)

4. Closing remarks

Closing remarks

MVC is setting the ground for a solid post-Covid performance

  • A prudent management approach during the pandemia period focused on preserving liquidity
    • Containment of operational risks
    • Cash preservation policies
  • Strong financial situation
    • Low LTV ratio (3%) and €292m in cash
    • No significant debt maturities this year
    • Positive cash flow generation and good access to financing
    • No need to finance land purchases to secure projects for following years

Large and high-quality land bank: greater flexibility

Asset-backed values

Well-diversified geographical presence: c.70% located

Current stock price values our land portfolio at

in the top 6 provinces and 81% fully-permitted

just c.€140 per sqm or 7% of the GDV (1),

Addressing multiple buyer profiles and price ranges

compared to 23% in the appraisal value

Exposure to the commercial office segment

Active management in land transformation

Spain's housing market has more solid fundamentals this time

No apparent imbalances in the housing market

Developers and banks are in better shape

  • House prices are 30% below previous peaks with adequate affordability ratios
  • New construction volume is contained
  • Developers have generally lower debt levels than in previous cycles
  • The banking sector has liquidity and solvency

Notes

21.

(1) Gross Development Value (GDV) refers to the current market value of a finished building, as estimated by the external appraisers

Llull (Barcelona)

Appendices

Financial accounts 1Q 2020

Other data

Profit and Loss Account

Summary P&L

A

(€m)

1Q 2019

1Q 2020

Revenues

28.9

81.4

Residential Development

3.5

32.6

Land Sales

25.4

48.8

COGS

(24.9)

(76.6)

COGs Developments

(2.5)

(27.5)

COGs Land Sales

(22.3)

(49.0)

Others

(0.2)

(0.1)

B

Gross Profit

4.0

4.9

% Gross Margin

14%

6%

Commercial Cost

(1.0)

(1.8)

Wages & Salaries

(3.2)

(4.0)

C Overheads

(2.1)

(1.7)

EBITDA

(2.3)

(2.6)

(Impairment)/revaluation/ depreciation

(0.5)

(0.1)

EBIT

(2.8)

(2.7)

% EBIT margin

-10%

-3%

D Net financial results

(1.4)

(3.1)

Others

0.0

(0.3)

EBT

(4.2)

(6.0)

Income Tax

(0.5)

(0.1)

Net Income

(4.7)

(6.2)

Key considerations

  1. Total revenues of €81m
    • Residential revenues of €33m: 146 units delivered
    • Land sales of €49m, plot in Madrid
  2. Gross margin of €5m
    • 16% margin in residential development
  3. Operating expenses rising with the increase in activity
    • 191 full-time employees at the end of the period
  4. Interest on senior debt: €3.1m

€1.4m equity swap, and increase in withdrawal of corporate loan

23.

Balance Sheet

Summary Balance Sheet

(€m)

Dec. 2019 (1)

Mar. 2020

Investment property (1)

334.1

334.2

Other non- current assets

254.0

254.1

A

Total non-current assets

558.1

588.4

Inventory

1,902.3

1,886.5

Land

1,215.5

1,167.3

B

WIP & finished product

686.8

719.2

Cash

139.7

291.5

C

Other current assets

43.2

68.2

Total current assets

2,090.2

2,251.6

Total Assets

2,678.4

2,840.0

D

Provisions

10.1

9.8

Bank debt

95.0

223.0

Other non-current liabilities

23.4

25.0

Total non-current liabilities

128.4

257.8

Provisions

19.0

17.8

D

Bank debt

53.5

75.0

E

Other current liabilities

136.6

154.7

Total current liabilities

209.1

247.5

Equity

2,340.8

2,334.7

Total Equity and Liabilities

2,678.4

2,840.0

Key considerations

A Increase in WIP due to new launches and investment in Capex

  1. Increase in withdrawal of corporate loan (€135m), plus delivery of projects and sale of land
  2. Increase in receivables related to deferred collection of land sales (€47m) to be collected within the year 2020
  3. Corporate loan €135m withdrawn, partially repaid (€7m), net of arrangement fees (€3.6m)

Developer loan €75m withdrawn, prioritizing its use over client

downpayments

E Increase in debt with construction companies as more projects are in WIP (45 days of avg payment period)

Share buyback update:

€3.1m invested, 335,830 shares acquired to date

Notes:

(1) Audited financial statements for December 201924.

(1) Booked at fair market value (IFRS)

Some projects examples

Residencial Aria (El Ejido, Almería)

Residencial Citrea (Málaga)

Amura (Valencia)

Pórtico Simón Verde (Sevilla)

  • Complex with 5 blocks for 84 units, with terraces and views to the ocean
  • In front of the beach and close to a sports
    • golf club, with shopping mallsnearby
  • Common green areas with parking
    Link to Aria website
  • Located in the Colinas del Limonar area, close to Playas de la Caleta
  • 25 units, each comes with 2 parking spaces and storage room
  • Common areas with infinity pool, spacious gardens and solárium
    Link to Citrea website
  • 53 units with spacious terraces, at a close distance to the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, an expansion area of Valencia
  • Malvarrosa and Arenas beaches nearby
  • Swimming pool and playground area

Link to Amura website

  • Located 10 min distance from Sevilla city center, the complex has a total of 78 units
  • Close to shopping malls and other amenities
  • Common green areas and swimming pool
    Link to Simón Verde website

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Sunrise Heights (Manilva, Málaga)

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