Real estate is a form of investment that capitalists are encouraged to take. When it comes to performance, this sector has been doing exemplary well with the returns taking a positive trend. Limitations are also encountered such as poor geographical and climate conditions. This is not different from what was encountered in St Joe Company as per the research carried out by Sahm Adrangi alongside Kerrisdale Capital. St Joe Company is an establishment that is coming up very well. This firm has been established in Panama Beach where development has been ongoing.
Most of the times, valuation is conducted by different individuals using different methods. This is done specifically to enhance accuracy. Sahm Adrangi is also a financial analyst who comes up with computations to prove that indeed St Joe Company had been overestimated. These estimations had been done in terms of the firm’s present value. Sahm Adrangi also conducted extensive research on the company shares and found out that they had been undervalued. This devaluation had come as a result of some commercial developments that had been planned but never happened. Overestimation of land holdings and failure among the part owners also contributed to the devaluation.
St. Joe Company had an intention of establishing enterprises that will generate monthly income and a recreation site for the customers. This firm has also embraced diversification by buying a particular piece of land that had been lying idle with the intention of improving it. When it comes to purchasing of land usually, this is a legal process that takes time. Sahm Adrangi has challenged the company for lack of advancement on the investment. He went ahead and stated that the only solution that will sort out the delay is proper valuation of the property.
In any organization, the shareholders happen to be the key players. They may be either the reason behind the success or failure of a firm. Sahm Adrangi advised that liquidation of shares can be a solution to overvaluation. He based his argument on the new rules placed by the SEC. The only way that this would work is by depriving some of the shares of the holders.