Currently trading at more than a 54% discount from the current yearly highs and price is sat around 109/110 . This price level was the very bottom of the lows seen during the 2016 sell-off.
They have a strong dividend yield history paying over 9% and before covid-19 came on to the scene, their company financials were looking good. Revenue increased by 10% last year and their cash in hand balance is over 600m.
Interest rates have been cut further last week and this theoretically will help to boost new home sales when we pull through the current market climate. It also appears that the construction industry is still firing on all cylinders with site works continuing until further notice.