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Ely Property’s stock fails to sparkle, despite good results

There may be no such thing as a chief executive of a publicly-quoted company who feels his share price is too high, but few would match Ely Property’s Philip Marley for his conviction that his property management group is undervalued.

29th April, 2006

There may be no such thing as a chief executive of a publicly-quoted company who feels his share price is too high, but few would match Ely Property’s Philip Marley for his conviction that his property management group is undervalued.

The company specialises in managing properties on behalf of buy-to-let investors in the student accommodation and conventional residential markets.

It listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) last August but the share price...

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