Acucap Properties interim profits surge as vacancies fall

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Acucap Properties says interim earnings surge more than 30%‚ boosted by the reduction in the number of unoccupied units.

Paul Theodosiou

Acucap Properties said interim earnings surged more than 30%‚ boosted by the reduction in the number of unoccupied units.

The property group reported diluted headline earnings per linked unit of 260.27c in the six months ended September 2014‚ up 31.7% from the 197.57c recorded in the year-earlier period.

Total vacancies fell to 1.8% during the period from 3% in March this year

Much of the reduction in vacancies was attributed to the successful refurbishment and letting of the Albion Springs office building‚ the company said.

An interim dividend of 168.01c per share was declared‚ up 5.1% in September 2013.

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