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  1. 1. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011 Consolidated Financial Results for FY2011 (February 1, 2011 through January 31, 2012) March 8, 2012 Company name : Sekisui House, Ltd. (URL http://www.sekisuihouse.co.jp) Listed exchanges : Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya Stock code : 1928 Representative : Toshinori Abe, President and Representative Director Inquiries : Fumiaki Hirabayashi, Senior Managing Officer, Head of Corporate Communications Department Tel +81 6 6440 3111 Date of general shareholders’ meeting : April 26, 2012 Date of scheduled payment of dividends : April 27, 2012 Date of scheduled filing of securities report : April 27, 2012 Supplementary explanatory documents : Yes Earnings results briefing : Yes (for institutional investors and analysts, in Japanese) (Amounts are rounded down to the nearest million yen) 1. Consolidated Results for the FY2011 (February 1, 2011 through January 31, 2012) (1) Consolidated Financial Results (% figures represent changes from the same period of the previous year.) Net sales Operating income Ordinary income Net income ¥ millions % ¥ millions % ¥ millions % ¥ millions % Year ended January 31, 2012 1,530,577 2.8 70,897 25.8 70,075 24.5 28,962 (4.8) Year ended January 31, 2011 1,488,369 10.0 56,354 - 56,271 - 30,421 - (Note) Comprehensive income: Year ended Jan. 2012: ¥21,822 million [(27.4)%] Year ended Jan. 2011: ¥30,076 million [-%] Net income per Fully diluted net Ordinary income Operating income Return on equity share income per share ratio to total assets ratio to net sales ¥ ¥ % % % Year ended January 31, 2012 42.90 41.12 3.9 5.0 4.6 Year ended January 31, 2011 45.02 45.00 4.2 4.2 3.8 (Reference) Equity in earnings of affiliates: Year ended Jan. 2012: ¥449 million Year ended Jan. 2011: ¥916 million (2) Consolidated Financial Position Shareholders’ Total assets Net assets Net assets per share equity ratio ¥ millions ¥ millions % ¥ As of January 31, 2012 1,445,828 750,374 51.4 1,107.43 As of January 31, 2011 1,341,308 738,029 54.9 1,090.67 (Reference) Shareholders’ equity As of January 31, 2012: ¥743,830 million As of January 31, 2011: ¥736,962 million (3) Consolidated Cash Flows Cash flows from Cash flows from Cash flows from Cash and cash equivalents operating activities investing activities financing activities as of end of period ¥ millions ¥ millions % ¥ millions Year ended January 31, 2012 26,306 (42,928) 38,002 169,524 Year ended January 31, 2011 85,061 (20,989) (60,132) 151,983 2. Cash Dividends Dividends per share (¥) Total dividends Dividend Dividends (annual) payout ratio to net assets 1st quarter 2nd quarter 3rd quarter Year-end Annual (¥ millions) (Consolidated) (Consolidated) Year ended January 31, 2011 - 13.00 - 8.00 21.00 14,193 46.6 2.0% Year ended January 31, 2012 - 10.00 - 10.00 20.00 13,477 46.6 1.8% Year ending January 31, 2013 - 12.00 - 13.00 25.00 40.0 - (Forecast) (Note) Breakdown of cash dividends for 2Q FY2010: Ordinary dividends: ¥8.00, 50th anniversary Commemorative dividends: ¥5.00 3. Consolidated Results Forecast for FY2012 (February 1, 2012 through January 31, 2013) (% figures represent changes from the same period of the previous year.) Net income Net sales Operating income Ordinary income Net income per share ¥ millions % ¥ millions % ¥ millions % ¥ millions % ¥Six months ending July 31, 2012 776,000 4.0 30,000 (7.8) 30,000 (7.9) 15,200 (9.9) 22.63Year ending January 31, 2013 1,650,000 7.8 80,000 12.8 79,500 13.4 42,000 45.0 62.53 1
  2. 2. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY20114. Others (1) Changes in significant subsidiaries during the period (changes in specified subsidiaries that caused a change in scope of consolidation): Applicable New Consolidated Companies: 1 The Name of Companies: Sekisui House Changcheng (Suzhou) Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. (2) Changes in accounting principles, procedures, and presentation for consolidated financial statements (matters to be included in the section, Changes in Basic Important Matters for Preparation of Consolidated Financial Statements) (i) Changes caused by revisions of accounting standards etc.: Yes (ii)Changes other than (i): Yes (Note) For more details, please see “Changes in Basic Important Matters for Preparation of Consolidated Financial Statements” in page 30. (3) Number of shares outstanding (common stock) (i) Number of shares outstanding at the end of each period (including treasury stock): As of Jan. 31, 2012: 676,885,078 shares As of Jan. 31, 2011: 676,885,078 shares (ii) Number of treasury stock at the end of each period: As of Jan. 31, 2012: 5,211,881 shares As of Jan. 31, 2011: 1,187,859 shares (iii) Average number of shares outstanding in each period: As of Jan. 31, 2012: 675,068,801 shares As of Jan. 31, 2011: 675,721,636 shares(Reference) Summary of non-consolidated financial results1. Non-Consolidated Results for the FY2011 (February 1, 2011 through January 31, 2012) (1) Non-Consolidated Financial Results (% figures represent changes from the same period of the previous year.) Net sales Operating income Ordinary income Net income ¥ millions % ¥ millions % ¥ millions % ¥ millions %Year ended January 31, 2012 1,013,559 (1.1) 42,518 20.9 48,629 19.9 20,068 (19.8)Year ended January 31, 2011 1,025,341 12.6 35,167 - 40,542 - 25,027 - Net income Fully diluted net per share income per share ¥ ¥Year ended January 31, 2012 29.72 28.49Year ended January 31, 2011 37.03 37.01 (2) Non-Consolidated Financial Position Shareholders’ Total assets Net assets Net assets per share equity ratio ¥ millions ¥ millions % ¥As of January 31, 2012 1,230,785 642,176 52.1 955.29As of January 31, 2011 1,173,639 638,247 54.4 943.89 (Reference) Shareholders’ equity As of January 31, 2012: ¥ 641,811 million As of January 31, 2011: ¥637,954 million* Implementation Status of Review Processes At the time of disclosure of this report, the procedures for review of consolidated financial statements, pursuant to the Financial Products and Exchange Law, have not been completed.* Notes Regarding the Appropriate Use of Results Forecasts and Other Important Matters This document contains forward-looking statements based on judgments and estimates derived from information available to the Company at the time of this release, and is therefore subject to risks and uncertainties. Actual future results may differ materially from any projections presented here due to a variety of factors, including economic conditions surrounding the business domain of the Company and Group companies, as well as market trends. For details of results forecast, please refer to “(1) Analysis of Business Results <Outlook for the Next Fiscal Year>” in “1. Business Results” of the “Attached Material” on page 11. (Obtaining supplementary explanatory documents) 2
  3. 3. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011The Company plans to hold a briefing for institutional investors and analysts on March 8, 2012. Relevant financial explanatorydocuments to be handed out at the briefing will be posted on our official website on the same day. 3
  4. 4. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS OF THE ATTACHED MATERIAL1. Business Results ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8 (1) Analysis of Business Results --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8 (2) Analysis on Financial Position ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12 (3) Basic Policy on Profit Distribution, Dividend for Current and Next Fiscal Years ----------------------------------------------- 12 (4) Risk Factors --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 132. Outline for the Sekisui House Group ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 153. Management Policy (1) Basic Management Policy --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17 (2) Targeted Performance Indicators ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17 (3) Medium and Long-term Business Strategy -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17 (4) Issues that the Company Needs to Address ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 184. Consolidated Financial Statements -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19 (1) Consolidated Balance Sheets --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19 (2) Consolidated Statements of Income and Consolidated Statements of Comprehensive Income ----------------------------- 21 Consolidated Statements of Income-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21 Consolidated Statements of Comprehensive Income --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22 (3) Consolidated Statements of Changes in Net Assets --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23 (4) Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 26 (5) Notes Regarding Assumption of Going Concerns ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 28 (6) Basic Important Matters for Preparation of Consolidated Financial Statements ------------------------------------------------ 28 (7) Changes in Basic Important Matters for Preparation of Consolidated Financial Statements-------------------------------- 30 (8) Changes in Presentation ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 30 (9) Additional Information------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31 (10) Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31 Notes to Consolidated Balance Sheets ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31 Notes to Consolidated Statements of Income ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 32 Notes to Consolidated Statements of Comprehensive Income -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 32 Notes to Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 33 Matters Related to Retirement Benefits-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 34 Segment Information --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 36 Per Share Information ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 40 Significant Subsequent Event --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 415. Non-Consolidated Financial Statements ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 42 (1) Balance Sheets ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 42 (2) Statements of Income--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 44 (3) Statement of Changes in Net Assets------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 47 (4) Notes Regarding Assumption of Going Concerns ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 496. Other ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 50 Changes to Directors, Auditors, and Executive Officers ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 50 4
  5. 5. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011Appendix 1: Results summary for the year ended January 31, 2012 ¥ millions Consolidated FY2010 FY2011 YOY (%) Forecast for FY2012 YOY (%) Net sales 1,488,369 1,530,577 2.8 1,650,000 7.8 Gross profit 257,208 275,324 7.0 300,000 9.0 SG&A expenses 200,853 204,426 1.8 220,000 7.6 Operating income 56,354 70,897 25.8 80,000 12.8 Ordinary income 56,271 70,075 24.5 79,500 13.4 Extraordinary income 134 - - - - Extraordinary loss 2,592 7,874 203.7 2,000 (74.6) Net income 30,421 28,962 (4.8) 42,000 45.0 Total orders 1,528,362 1,577,501 3.2 1,708,000 8.3 Accumulated orders 551,787 598,711 8.5 656,711 9.7Key management indicators Consolidated FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011Net income per share (¥) 87.70 17.04 (43.32) 45.02 42.90Net assets per share (¥) 1,139.63 1,115.20 1,059.18 1,090.67 1,107.43Operating profit margin 6.87% 4.88% (2.86)% 3.79% 4.63%ROE 7.69% 1.51% (3.98)% 4.19% 3.91%ROA * 8.56% 5.60% (2.69)% 4.34% 5.28% ¥ millionsR & D expenditures 6,299 6,191 5,087 4,657 4,366Capital expenditure (Consolidated) 54,413 57,432 82,145 32,690 43,312Capital expenditure (Non-consolidated) 43,534 43,156 71,677 22,501 24,425Depreciation expense (Consolidated) 14,157 15,392 16,579 16,383 18,034Depreciation expense (Non-consolidated) 11,368 12,252 13,161 12,809 14,216 * ROA: Return on Assets = (Operating income + Interest received) / Total assets 5
  6. 6. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011Appendix 2: Segment breakdown for the year ended January 31, 2012Consolidated (See page 38)(1) Sales ¥ millions FY2011 FY2012 FY2010 FY2011 YOY(%) (after YOY(%) forecast reclassification) Custom detached houses 455,239 475,330 4.4 475,330 485,000 2.0 Rental housing 277,659 289,027 4.1 289,027 285,000 (1.4) Houses for sale 146,470 127,123 (13.2) 127,123 127,000 (0.1) Condominiums 77,185 39,681 (48.6) 39,681 48,000 21.0 Urban redevelopment 22,208 37,720 69.8 37,720 58,000 53.8 Remodeling 91,443 102,180 11.7 102,180 130,000 27.2 Real estate management fees 361,988 378,247 4.5 378,247 395,000 4.4 Overseas Business - - - 24,264 60,000 147.3 Other businesses 56,173 81,267 44.7 57,002 62,000 8.8 Consolidated 1,488,369 1,530,577 2.8 1,530,577 1,650,000 7.8Since “Overseas Business” is to be listed as a reportable business segment from the fiscal year ending January 31, 2013, this presents the breakdown by segmentfollowing the reclassification of segments of the fiscal year ended January 31, 2012.(2) Operating income and OP margin ¥ millions FY2011 FY2010 FY2011 YOY(%) (after FY2012 forecast YOY(%) reclassification) (Amount) (Amount) Amount Amount Amount Amount OP margin OP margin OP margin OP margin 45,772 52,476 14.6 52,476 51,000 (2.8) Custom detached houses 10.1% 11.0% 11.0% 10.5% 26,195 26,595 1.5 26,595 25,500 (4.1) Rental housing 9.3% 9.2% 9.2% 8.9% 516 3,685 613.6 3,685 3,000 (18.6) Houses for sale 0.4% 2.9% 2.9% 2.4% (1,009) (9,947) - (9,947) 500 - Condominiums (1.3%) (25.1%) (25.1%) 1.0% 4,812 9,974 107.2 9,974 8,000 (19.8) Urban redevelopment 21.6% 26.4% 26.4% 13.8% 8,530 9,624 12.8 9,624 10,500 9.1 Remodeling 9.3% 9.4% 9.4% 8.1% 12,429 14,260 14.7 14,260 15,000 5.2 Real estate management fees 3.4% 3.8% 3.8% 3.8% - - - (3,176) 3,000 - Overseas Business - - (13.1%) 5.0% (6,016) (3,211) - (35) 0 - Other businesses (9.9%) (4.0%) (0.1%) 0.0% Eliminations and back office (34,876) (32,560) - (32,560) (36,500) - 56,354 70,897 25.8 70,897 80,000 12.8 Consolidated 3.8% 4.6% 4.6% 4.8%Since “Overseas Business” is to be listed as a reportable business segment from the fiscal year ending January 31, 2013, this presents the breakdown by segmentfollowing the reclassification of segments of the fiscal year ended January 31, 2012. 6
  7. 7. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011(3) Orders ¥ millions FY2011 FY2010 FY2011 YOY(%) (after FY2012 forecast YOY(%) reclassification) Custom detached houses 469,232 467,702 (0.3) 467,702 495,500 5.9 Rental housing 267,202 300,354 12.4 300,354 305,000 1.5 Houses for sale 145,974 124,312 (14.8) 124,312 129,500 4.2 Condominiums 68,579 60,717 (11.5) 60,717 61,000 0.5 Urban redevelopment 35,408 24,520 (30.8) 24,520 58,000 136.5 Remodeling 95,094 104,086 9.5 104,086 135,700 30.4 Real estate management fees 361,988 378,247 4.5 378,247 395,000 4.4 Overseas Business - - - 60,021 62,000 3.3 Other businesses 84,881 117,560 38.5 57,538 66,300 15.2 Consolidated 1,528,362 1,577,501 3.2 1,577,501 1,708,000 8.3Since “Overseas Business” is to be listed as a reportable business segment from the fiscal year ending January 31, 2013, this presents the breakdown by segmentfollowing the reclassification of segments of the fiscal year ended January 31, 2012.(4) Accumulated orders ¥ millions FY2011 FY2010 FY2011 YOY(%) (after FY2012 forecast YOY(%) reclassification) Custom detached houses 224,255 216,628 (3.4) 216,628 227,128 4.8 Rental housing 207,775 219,101 5.5 219,101 239,101 9.1 Houses for sale 31,466 28,656 (8.9) 28,656 31,156 8.7 Condominiums 6,878 27,914 305.8 27,914 40,914 46.6 Urban redevelopment 13,200 - - - - - Remodeling 14,021 15,927 13.6 15,927 21,627 35.8 Real estate management fees - - - - - - Overseas Business - - - 64,480 66,480 3.1 Other businesses 54,189 90,482 67.0 26,002 30,302 16.5 Consolidated 551,787 598,711 8.5 598,711 656,711 9.7Since “Overseas Business” is to be listed as a reportable business segment from the fiscal year ending January 31, 2013, this presents the breakdown by segmentfollowing the reclassification of segments of the fiscal year ended January 31, 2012. 7
  8. 8. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY20111. Business Results(1) Analysis of Business Results<Review of Business Performance> Japan’s economy showed signs of steady progress towards recovery from the devastating impact of the Great East JapanEarthquake. The period under review saw a normalization of manufacturing activities, etc., with supply-side constraintslargely resolved thanks to the early resumption of corporate activities, and growth in orders supported by demand forreconstruction in areas affected by the disaster. However, the financial instability caused mainly by the European debtcrisis led to a high level of risk aversion in capital markets. Meanwhile, the persistently strong yen and the suspension ofproduction at Japan’s production bases in Thailand due to the adverse impact of recent flooding all took a toll on businessactivities, putting significant downward pressure on corporate earnings. In this environment, uncertainty over theeconomic outlook heightened. In the housing market, additional stimulus measures for the support of housing acquisition were devised by thegovernment to promoting environmentally friendly housing. These measures included the resumption of subsidies for theinstallment of ENE FARM, a household fuel cell system, Flat 35S, a preferential interest rate system, and the eco-pointsystem for housing, all of which had originally ended. However, concerns over the economic outlook suppressed housinginvestment somewhat, and the number of new housing starts for 2011 was around 830,000, increasingly only modestlyfrom the previous year. Meanwhile, consumer awareness of safety, reliability, and comfort in housing, as well as of the importance of energy atthe time of disaster, increased after the earthquake. In this environment, Sekisui House actively promoted the sale ofhomes featuring SHEQAS, Sekisui’s unique antiseismic system that can halve the transfiguration of a building, as well asGreen First homes with a photovoltaic power generation system or household fuel cell system installed, as part of Sekisui’sefforts to provide disaster-resistant, eco-friendly houses. The Company also developed and commenced sales of Green First Hybrid, a new series of homes featuring a powersupply system combining solar cells, fuel cells, and storage batteries, the first of its kind in the world. Sekisui Houseparticipated in the Tokyo Motor Show held in December 2011, as the first housing manufacturer to join the event. TheCompany showcased Green First Hybrid as a futuristic housing model proposing a new connection between EVs andSmart Houses, and communicated the sophistication of its environmental technology for housing to a wide audience. In the Urban Redevelopment Business, Sekisui House began construction of a project in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto City, whereRitz-Carlton, the most luxurious brand of the Marriot Hotel Group, the world’s leading hotel chain, will be open in thespring of 2014. In overseas business, Sekisui House, as a core company of the Modern Construction Industrial Park, a national projectcarried out by Shenyang City, China, started to construct a production factory for steel-framed housing to meet demand forenergy-saving and high functional industrialized housing in China. In Australia, Sekisui House commenced the jointdevelopment project of Central Park, a residential and commercial complex in central Sydney, with Frasers CentrepointLimited. Looking at business performance, Sekisui House took steps to increase orders in line with the key initiative of itsmid-term management plan, the “Green First Strategy” (as a driver of business growth in eco-friendly housing) in reply torising concern of safety and need for securing energy. As a result, order for detached houses and rental housing, inparticular, increased. The installation rate of SHEQAS, Sekisui’s unique antiseismic system, rose, and sales of housescombining photovoltaic power generation systems and household fuel cells made a significant contribution to earnings.Meanwhile, sales were also favorably affected by a number of other factors, such as demand for reconstruction in thedisaster-hit areas and a hike in demand for rental housing in cities, and results for period under review which correspondsto the second year of the medium-term management plan were solid. 8
  9. 9. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011 Net sales in FY2011 amounted to ¥1,530,577 million, up 2.8% from the previous fiscal year. Operating income grew to¥70,897 million (up 25.8%), ordinary income to ¥70,075 million (up 24.5%), while net income amounted to ¥28,962 million(down 4.8%) owing to the effects caused by the changes in income tax rate, etc.<Overview of Business Segments>(Custom Detached Houses Business) In the Custom Detached Houses Business, Sekisui House took initiatives to bolster orders in line with the “Green FirstStrategy.” In product development, specifically steel-framed housing, Sekisui House started to sell Airkis, a system that focused onhealth as an essential factor for leading a comfortable life, by introducing the product to its mainstay steel-framed housingproducts as a standard feature. Airkis is an air environment-friendly system that can halve the level of five chemicalsubstances, including formaldehyde, in the internal living space from that of national standards. It was created followingthe development and study of building materials to improve the internal air environment of houses since the 1990s as the“sick house” syndrome emerged as an issue. In October 2011, Sekisui House began selling a new flagship model called ISROY+E, which uses a unique concrete wall called Dyne Concrete for the first time in a new structure that permits a higherdegree of freedom in design. The Slow Living housing design, in which Sekisui House proposes a large and comfortable open space that softly connectsthe outer and interior areas, meanwhile won the 2011 Good Design Award. In the wood-framed Sha-Wood line that uses Bellburn, a well-regarded original exterior wall made of earthenware, theCompany sought to expand sales by launching a Western-style model called Gravis Villa that uses new colors for theexterior walls and quality designs. Meanwhile, in response to an increase in orders for Bellburn, Sekisui House concludedthe transfer of the building material business of Kurosaki Harima Corporation, which supplied the walls in question. Bybringing the production of Bellburn in house, it sought to improve its production capabilities and cut costs. To respond to demand for the reconstruction of houses after the Great East Japan Earthquake, the Company establisheda system for supplying the standardized housing packages of its steel-framed housing, wood-framed housing, and Sekiwano Ki no Ie for customers in afflicted areas who were hoping for the early reconstruction of their houses. Thanks to the above initiatives, as well as renewed recognition of the safety of housing, demand for reconstruction inaccordance with the rehabilitation of the disaster-hit areas, and the continuation of official stimulus measures, orders inthis business fared steadily. Sales in the Custom Detached Houses Business for the period under review increased to ¥475,330 million (up 4.4% fromthe previous fiscal year) and operating income to ¥52,476 million (up 14.6%).(Rental Housing Business) In the Rental Housing Business, Sekisui House actively proposed Sha-Maison Gardens, which was designed with theconcept of harmonizing with the landscape, minimizing the burden on the environment, and ensuring safety and comfort. Looking at product development, in February 2011, Sekisui House launched PRO+NUBE, a new product that adoptedthe new reinforced structural skeleton, and, as a standard feature, SHAIDD55, its original floor-sound insulation systemthat is able to significantly dampen the sound of impacts on the floor above. As part of its sales promotion activities, Sekisui House held the Sha-Maison Festa, a sales promotion event, in earlyMarch 2011 to organize site tours and propose an efficient land use. This event contributed greatly to the order growth. Inthe meantime, Sekisui House launched a business operations system called Sha-Maison with System, which providesGroup-wide support to rental home owners to ensure long-term, stable operation of rental homes. By promoting theefficient use of land, among other measures, and establishing solid support systems, Sekisui House sought to strengthenits sales capabilities. 9
  10. 10. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011 Moreover, to respond to support reconstruction efforts in the disaster-hit areas, Sekisui House established a system forsupplying the standardized housing packages to respond to demand for construction in the affected areas in the samemanner as done in the Custom Detached Houses Business. In addition to these business development efforts, the Company intensely implemented area strategies in cities wheredemand for rental housing was rising, while, at the same time, meeting the need for inheritance tax measures, and ordersin this segment remained steady. For the Rental Housing Business, sales amounted to ¥289,027 million (up 4.1% from the previous fiscal year), andoperating income to ¥26,595 million (up 1.5%).(Houses for Sale Business) In the Houses for Sale Business, by holding sales promotion events such as Sumai no Sankan-bi (visits to model houses)and Machinami Sankan-bi (visits to existing subdivisions with superb living environments), Sekisui House effectivelyexecuted the Green First Strategy, and strengthened its sales capabilities. In Miyagi Prefecture, the Company started development and marketing of a town project, SMART COMMON CITYAKAISHIDAI, providing infrastructure for an enriched lifestyle in Sendai area, with disaster-resistant and crime-proofhousing, and also contributing to reconstruction efforts after the Great East Japan Earthquake. In Kazusa no Mori,Chiharadai, the town project of detached houses for sale in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture, a draft of the landscape planbased on proposals that were jointly prepared by Sekisui House and other developers and the residents was developed asthe landscape plan of Ichihara City. In this way, Sekisui House was engaged in developing a town with a sound landscapethat will increase the value of its assets in the future. The MAST brand promoted by each Sekiwa Real Estate, Group companies, was added to the Sekisui House lineup tobolster its marketing strategy by introducing a wider range of products and adding appeal in its development initiatives. However, nationwide real estate market remained sluggish. In response, Sekisui House took steps to streamline assets bycontinuing to adjust inventories. Sales in the Houses for Sale Business amounted to ¥127,123 million (down 13.2% from the previous fiscal year) andoperating income to ¥3,685 million (up 613.6%).(Condominium Business) In the Condominium Business, Sekisui House started to sell the properties in Grand Front Osaka Owner’s Tower, acondominium under construction in Kita-ku, Osaka City, based on a joint development project called the UmekitaAdvanced Development District Project, and this progressed steadily. Orders for new condominiums that Sekisui Housestarted to sell in urban areas, such as Grand Terminal Tower Motoyawata (Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture) and GrandeMaison Ikeshita The Tower (Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture), also remained steady. However, the sales situation showed some weakness as a result of promoting sales of existing properties and continuedinventory reduction. Sales in the Condominium Business amounted to ¥39,681 million (down 48.6% from the previous fiscal year), and theoperating loss was ¥9,947 million, reflecting the revaluation of certain properties.(Urban Redevelopment Business) In the Urban Redevelopment Business, Sekisui House sold Daiba Garden City to Japan Excellent, Inc., a J-REIT inFebruary 2011. Meanwhile, Sekisui House is steadily managing Hommachi Garden City, which commenced operations in2010. The Company is working on leasing activities for Garden City Shinagawa Gotenyama and Hommachi MinamiGarden City, as well. Meanwhile, occupancy rates of Sekisui House Group’s rental properties such as its Prime Maison series rentalapartments remained firm. The Company was continuously involved in the independent development and acquisition ofhigh quality rental properties and made steady progress in the business. 10
  11. 11. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011 Sales in the Urban Redevelopment Business amounted to ¥37,720 million (up 69.8% from the previous fiscal year) andoperating income to ¥9,974 million (up 107.2%).(Remodeling Business) In the Remodeling Business, based on its Green First Strategy, Sekisui House made remodeling proposals aimed atenergy conservation, installing photovoltaic power generation systems and introducing heat insulation renovations. TheCompany also actively proposed the remodeling of detached and rental houses to offer its customers comfortable livingenvironments in accordance with individual and diversified lifestyles by holding nationwide Remodeling Fairs andKitchen Storage Seminars. Meanwhile, Sekisui House focused on the recovery and reconstruction effort of the owners ofits products immediately after the March 11 earthquake, and promptly responded to requests for repairs and related workand met demand increase. As a result of these business promotions, orders remained steady. Sales in the Remodeling Business amounted to ¥102,180 million (up 11.7% from the previous fiscal year) and operatingincome to ¥9,624 million (up 12.8%).(Real Estate Management Fees Business) In the Real Estate Management Fees Business, the number of units of Sha-Maison low-rise apartments for block leasingand management by Sekiwa Real Estate companies enjoyed a steady increase. As the rental housing market picked up,particularly in urban areas, the Sekisui House Group was united in active sales promotions to attract new tenants. Moreover, by continuing to propose remodeling to homeowners in accordance with the needs in the market, SekisuiHouse maintained high occupancy rates, especially in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Sales in the Remodeling Business amounted to ¥378,247 million (up 4.5% from the previous fiscal year) and operatingincome to ¥14,260 million (up 14.7%).(Other Businesses) In overseas business, delivery of all 215 units sold in the Phase I properties in condominiums in Wentworth Point inAustralia was completed in October 2011. Orders for other units that are currently being marketed, and properties for salein Central Park, which Sekisui House acquired in Australia in July 2011 are also moving forward steadily. Moreover, Sekisui House started operations in Singapore by undertaking three real estate development projects. It alsoundertook large-scale urban development projects in Shenyang City and Suzhou City in China. Moreover, Sekisui Housebegan constructing a factory that will provide materials for industrialized housing in Shenyang City. In the United States, Sekisui House began sale in One Loudoun, an urban residential and commercial complex project,and acquired land development projects from California Public Employee Retirement System (CalPERS). In the exterior business, Sekisui House sought to bolster its ability to make proposals to customers and enhanceoperating efficiency by integrating Greentechno Sekiwa companies and Sekiwa Construction, Ltd. For this segment, sales amounted to ¥81,267 million (up 44.7% from the previous year) and operating loss to ¥3,211million, due to initial development costs of overseas business, etc.<Outlook for the Next Fiscal Year> Looking ahead, Japanese companies are set to achieve a moderate earnings recovery with monetary easing taken bynational governments and other contributing factors in the background, despite the uncertainty that is likely to persist inthe global economy. In this environment, Sekisui House will commence the last fiscal year of its medium-termmanagement plan. For the fiscal year ending January 2013, the Company forecasts consolidated net sales of ¥1,650 billion(up 7.8% from the current fiscal year under review), consolidated operating income of ¥80 billion (up 12.8%), consolidatedordinary income of ¥79.5 billion (up 13.4%), and consolidated net income of ¥42 billion (up 45.0%), taking into 11
  12. 12. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011consideration factors such as consistent results secured with sales approaches built around the Green First Strategy andsupportive measures taken by the Japanese government, including the continuation of eco-points for housing and the Flat35S preferential interest rate system.(2) Analysis on Financial Position Total assets increased by ¥104,520 million to ¥1,445,828 million at the end of the fiscal year under review, primarilyowing to the increase in land for sale for overseas business and buildings for sale as construction work of urbanredevelopment projects progressed. Liabilities increased by ¥92,175 million to ¥695,454 million, mainly due to theissuance of euro-yen denominated convertible bonds with subscription rights to shares. Net assets increased by ¥12,344million to ¥750,374 million, chiefly due to posting of net income, while foreign currency translation adjustments declined. Net cash used in operating activities was ¥26,306 million (a year-on-year decrease of ¥58,754 million in net cash used),primarily due to the increase in inventories. Net cash provided by investing activities was ¥42,928 million (a year-on-year decrease of ¥21,939 million in net cashused), mainly reflecting the purchase of property, plant, and equipment. Net cash provided by financing activities was ¥38,002 million (a year-on-year increase of ¥98,135 million in net cashused). This was attributable to the repayment of long-term loans payable and dividend payments, while at the same timecorporate bonds were issued. Consequently, cash and cash equivalents at the end of the fiscal year under review amounted to ¥169,524 million,increasing by ¥17,540 million from the end of the previous fiscal year.(Reference) Trend in cash flow pertinent indicators FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011Equity ratio (%) 57.1 54.3 52.9 54.9 51.4Equity ratio based on market price (%) 59.1 37.5 42.7 40.3 33.3Debt service coverage ratio (years) - 6.8 4.7 2.5 10.1Interest coverage ratio (times) - 16.5 17.8 23.0 7.9(Note) Equity ratio = equity / total assets Equity ratio based on market price = market capitalization / total assets Ratio of cash flow to interest-bearing debt = interest-bearing debt / cash flow Interest coverage ratio = operating cash flow / interest paid 1. All indicators are calculated from consolidated financial data. 2. Market capitalization = share price at end of period × number of shares outstanding (exclusive treasury stock) 3. Cash flow from operating activities is used for calculation. 4. Interest-bearing debts include all debts subject to interest payments within the liabilities shown on the consolidated balance sheet.(3) Basic policy on Profit Distribution, Dividend for the Current and Next Fiscal Years In order to realize a high level of profit sharing while maintaining sound management over the medium- andlong-term, we will aim at an average dividend payout ratio of 40% or higher over the medium-term. By putting into perspective future business opportunities based on earnings and cash flow situations and thebehavior of the domestic economy and market environment each year, we will make every effort to increase shareholderreturns through the improvement of asset efficiency, including share buybacks and retirement of treasury stocks if andwhen deemed appropriate. For the year ended January 2012, we paid an interim dividend of ¥10 and plan to pay out a year-end dividend of ¥10. For the next fiscal year, we plan to pay out an interim dividend of ¥12 and a year-end dividend of ¥13, totaling ¥25 forthe full year. 12
  13. 13. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011(4) Risk factors This section contains an overview of the major business-related risks and other risks facing Sekisui House, Ltd. and itsGroup companies (the Group) that could have material bearing on the decisions of investors. These risks include potentialrisks for the future, which the Group deems to be risks as of the day when these financial statements are issued (March 1,2010).(1) Changes in operating environments Since the Group’s main area of business is housing, its business is vulnerable to trends in private consumption, interestrates, land prices, the government’s housing-related policies and taxation system, fluctuations in rents caused by thesetrends, and trends in local economies. Changes in these operating environments could have a negative impact on theGroup’s business performance.(2) Natural disasters, etc. A major natural disaster can incur a large amount of costs for the Group, including those for initial response andsubsequent support activities such as inspection and emergency measures for customers’ buildings, as well as those for therepair of damaged equipment and facilities of the Group. Such an occurrence could have a negative impact on the Group’sbusiness performance.(3) Price rise of raw and other materials A sharp price hike in steel and timber (the Group’s main structural elements), as well as fluctuations in oil prices andforeign exchange, can lead to a rise in the purchasing prices of raw and other materials. Such an occurrence could have anegative impact on the Group’s business performance.(4) Assets held by the Group Securities, real estate for sales, noncurrent assets, and other assets held by the Group can suffer impairment or loss fromrevaluation due to a decline in market value, etc. Such an occurrence could have a negative impact on the Group’s businessperformance and financial position.(5) Quality control The Group makes its best effort to assure the quality of its products and services. Should the Group be held liable fordefect warranty to a degree beyond expectation, however, the Group may incur a large amount of expenses and suffer themajor degradation of its reputation. Such an occurrence could have a negative impact on the Group’s businessperformance.(6) General legal and regulatory risks The Group secures the appropriate business permits and licenses under the Building Lots and Buildings TransactionBusiness Law, Construction Industry Law, Architect Law, and other applicable laws in Japan, and operates in conformitywith the laws and regulations related to land transaction, labor relations, environmental management, and other businessundertakings. In the event that these laws and regulations should be revised or repealed, new legal regulations beestablished, or the Group infringe upon laws or regulations, the Group’s business performance could be negativelyaffected.(7) Overseas business The Group is engaged in housing-related business overseas. Unforeseeable changes in social and economic conditions,including trends in laws, regulations, and taxation systems in the respective countries could have a negative effect on theGroup’s business performance.(8) Protection of privacy Because of the nature of its business, the Group handles a large volume of customer data. The Group makes extra efforts 13
  14. 14. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011to protect such personal information. Leakage, etc. of such personal information would significantly damage the Group’sreputation and credit, and thus could have a negative impact on the Group’s business performance.(9) Pension liabilities The amount of the Group’s employee retirement costs and obligations is calculated based on assumptions used in therelevant actuarial calculations, such as the discount rate, and the assumed rates of return on pension assets. In the eventof any revisions to these actuarial assumptions, or in case estimates based on the assumed rates on return should differmaterially from actual results, the Group’s business performance and its financial position could be negatively affected.(10) Computer viruses In order to perform its operations efficiently, the Group makes aggressive use of information technology. Theunforeseeable occurrence of computer viruses could have a negative impact on the Group’s business performance.(11) Preventive measures against takeover bids We do not deny third parties’ acquisition of our stock as a part of sound economic activities and the subsequent transfer ofcontrolling interest resulting from the exercise of shareholders’ rights. However, we believe that it is necessary to carefully examine any purchase of our stock in a bid to acquire large interestor its offer in terms of the purchaser’s business lines and plans, past investment operations, as well as the legitimacy of thepurchase, so that we may determine whether the purchase or its offer will help increase our corporate value andcontribute to the common interests of our existing shareholders and any and all impacts upon each of our stakeholders. At this point in time, we are not observing any concrete cases of such a purchase or its offer, and so do not plan to draw upin advance any anti-takeover measures, which will be taken once such a purchaser is identified. Nevertheless, we willalways watch the movements of our stock carefully, and, once we have identified a party who intends to acquire a largeinterest in the company, we will immediately take any and all actions that we deem to be most appropriate, fulfilling thenatural duties entrusted to us by our shareholders and investors. In more concrete terms, we will invite outside specialists to examine and assess the identified purchase or its offer, andnegotiate with the purchaser. Should we conclude that the purchase or its offer would damage our corporate value orthreaten the common interests of our existing shareholders, we will make prompt decisions as to the need of concretepreventive measures and their contents, and position ourselves to put them into action. 14
  15. 15. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY20112. Outline of the Sekisui House Group The Sekisui House Group consists of Sekisui House, Ltd., 123 subsidiaries, and 15 affiliates. Sekisui House group companies areinvolved in the contract design, construction, and letting of prefabricated houses. They also buy and sell, act as agents for, leaseand manage real estate. The position of each company within the Group is illustrated below. The following eight sections classify each business divisionas they are classified in the ‘Segment Information’ section. Main group companies within the reporting segments are shown in the chart of business activities.(1) Custom Detached Houses BusinessThis division designs, constructs, and contracts for sale detached houses(2) Rental Housing BusinessThis division designs, constructs, and contracts for sale rental housing, medical and nursing care facilities, and other buildings.(3) Houses for Sale BusinessThis division sells houses and real estate, and designs, constructs, and contracts for sale houses on residential land for sale.(4) Condominiums BusinessThis division sells condominiums.(5) Urban Redevelopment BusinessThis division develops office buildings, commercial facilities, and other facilities, and manages and maintains its own properties.(6) Remodeling BusinessThis division is involved with renovating housing.(7) Real Estate Management Fees BusinessThis division leases, manages, maintains, and brokerages real estate.(8) Other BusinessesThis division is involved in overseas business and exterior business, etc. 15
  16. 16. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011The following chart shows the position of the group companies within each business segment. Customers Leasing, managing, maintaining, and broking real estate Designing, constructing, and contracting for sale detached houses (Real Estate Management Fees Business) (Custom Detached Houses Business) Selling condominiums (Condominiums Business) Designing, constructing, and contracting for sale rental housing, medical and Managing and maintaining its own properties nursing care facilities, and other buildings (Rental Housing Business) (Urban Redevelopment Business) Selling houses and real estate (Houses for Sale Business) Selling houses and real estate (Houses for Sale Business) Selling condominiums (Condominiums Business) Renovating rental housing (Remodeling Business) Developing office buildings, commercial facilities, and other facilities, and managing and maintaining its own properties (Urban Redevelopment Business) Buying, selling, broking, leasing, managing real estate Renovating housing (Remodeling Business) Sekiwa Real Estate, Ltd.* Broking of real estate (Real Estate Management Fees Business) Sekiwa Real Estate Kansai, Ltd.* Construction of Landscape and exterior work (Other Businesses) rental housing Sekiwa Real Estate Chubu, Ltd.* Sekiwa Real Estate Chugoku, Ltd.* and condominiums Housing materials supplier Sekiwa Real Estate Kyusyu, Ltd.* Sekiwa Real Estate Tohoku, Ltd.* Sekiwa Woods, Ltd.* SGM Operation, Ltd.* Leasing real (Detached House Business) Sekisui House Umeda Operation* estate Supply of Almetax Manufacturing Co., Ltd.** 6 other companies housing JPF Co., Ltd.** Sekiwa Support System, Ltd.** materials Designing, constructing, and contracting for sale detached houses Investment Management (Custom Detached Houses Business) Housing Sekisui House SI Asset Management Ltd.* Sekisui House, Ltd. Renovating housing (Remodeling Business) construction (Real Estate Management Fees Business) Landscape and exterior work (Other Businesses) Housing construction, remodeling and exteriors Real estate-related services Sekiwa Construction Higashi-Tokyo, Ltd.* Sky Rail Service Co., Ltd.* Foundation / Sekiwa Construction Kanagawa, Ltd.* (Other Businesses) erection & 19 other companies Rokko Island Energy Service Co., Ltd.** landscape / exterior work Shin Nishinomiya Yacht Harbor, Corp.** Renovating housing (Remodeling Business) 1 other company House House remodeling remodeling Sekisui House Remodeling, Ltd.* Housing publishers and advertising agency Supply of Designing, constructing, and contracting for sale detached houses materials Sumai no Toshokan Co., Ltd.* Selling and developing real estate (Other Businesses) SEA, Ltd.* (Other Businesses) Overseas business Sekisui House Australia Holdings Pty Limited* Nonlife insurance agency, Mortgage loans North America Sekisui House, LLC* Sekisui House Financial Services Co. Ltd.* Sekisui House Changcheng(Suzhou) (Other Businesses) Real Estate Development Co., Ltd.* The Mortgage Corporation of Japan, Ltd.** Sekisui House Advanced Manufacturing (Shenyang) Co., Ltd.* 77 other companies Nozawa Sekisui House Advanced * Consolidated subsidiary **Affiliated company, accounted for by the equity method Manufacturing (Shenyang) Co., Ltd.** Segments are shown in parenthesis ( ). 7 other companies 16
  17. 17. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY20113. Management Policy(1) Basic Management Policy Since the establishment of Sekisui House we have aimed to create homes and environments with individuality andwarmth, as a leading producer of housing in Japan. Providing first class product quality and technical skills is essential,and we aim every day to reflect our philosophy of `love of humanity` by creating houses that bring satisfaction to ourcustomers. In the future, through rigorous quality control we aim to continue to raise customer satisfaction and to providefull after service to our customers. Housing is characterized by a very long product life and we believe that steadilypursuing these values in our business activities creates a powerful framework of trust that is the key to long-term growthand an essential element of our business. Further our basic stance is that true management of a company is borne out ofthree concepts: customer satisfaction, shareholder satisfaction and employee satisfaction and we must also fulfill ourobligations as a corporate citizen while considering the stability and investment required to ensure continued long termgrowth while making determined efforts to expand our business.(2) Targeted Performance Indicators In order to promote business efficiency we aim to take opportunities to strengthen our balance sheet and raise assetefficiency in each of our businesses. As a result we are targeting improvements in Return on Assets and ROE to 10%.(3) Medium and Long- term Business Strategy Sekisui House has been operating in accordance with its medium-term management plan, which extends from FY2010 toFY2012. The collapse of Lehman Brothers prompted a global financial crisis, resulting in a slump in business performance,a decline in capital spending, and deterioration in the employment environment. To respond to these dramatic economicchanges, which can significantly impact on the real economy, and to deal with the market that is diversifying more rapidlythan ever before, the Company developed its medium-term management plan. Based on this plan, it will expand itsbusiness portfolio and achieve sustainable growth, harnessing the expertise it has gained from the sale of two millionhouses to date. In the fiscal year under review, the second year for the mid-term management plan, net sales, operating income, andother results have been performing steadily at a pace that exceeds the initial targets. A summary of the medium-termmanagement plan is as follows: The market for built-to-order housing is in a recovery trend now that the effects of the Lehman Shock have dissipated.The situation, however, remains harsh. A driver of the recovery has been government policies focused on the shift fromquantity to quality as well as tax advantages and expanded subsidies for environmentally-friendly measures. As a toprunner in environmentally-friendly housing, Sekisui House will actively pursue business growth. In the built-for-sale housing business, the decline in land prices has shown signs of moderating and Sekisui House willfocus on its strength in creating community townscapes. However, we will move to shrink our land bank to manage assetsmore efficiently and reduce holding risk. Meanwhile, in the condominium business, price erosion is making it difficult tosell off inventory. Considering such a situation, we will take a more cautious stance by applying more rigid selectionstandards when preparing project plans. Meanwhile, in the built-for-sale housing business, more prominent disparities inincome has led to expansion in the market for smaller homes. To respond to this trend, the Sekiwa Real Estate Group hasset out to expand sales of its MAST brand, based on targeted area analysis. The market for real estate for leasing has yet to see a recovery in owners’ demand for investment. That said, the latentdemand for managing rental housing as part of a portfolio of assets is deeply rooted, and we strive to grow orders bymaking strong value propositions and maintaining high occupancy rates at properties managed by Sekiwa Real EstateGroup with its expertise. In our development business, in light of the deterioration in real estate prices, we will revisit our conventional businessapproach of selling immediately upon completion of construction. Instead, we will strive to grow future returns by holdingassets over the near- to mid-term and generating earnings from a stock of properties. At the same time, we will consideropportunities for M&A, alliances and building cooperative relationships to enhance our capabilities in development,leasing and exit strategies in our urban redevelopment business. In our new overseas business, sales have already started in Australia, and we plan to roll out housing businesses in 17
  18. 18. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011Russia, China and other countries moving forward, as well. The remodeling business is a growth market. Instead of limiting ourselves to remodeling of homes we built, we will growthe business by targeting other existing homes, leveraging the capabilities of Sekiwa Construction companies. By doing so,as a group we will have all bases covered, with Sekisui House Remodeling targeting owners of Sekisui House homes,Sekiwa Real Estate Group targeting large-scale remodeling projects and tenant turnover-related remodeling in rentalproperties, and the Sekiwa Construction Group targeting other existing properties. In the built-to-order detached house business as well, more prominent disparities in income has lead to expansion in themarket for smaller homes. To respond to this trend, the Sekiwa Construction Group has set out to expand share byintroducing its second brand to the market.(4) Issues that the Company Needs to Address The Company is committed to making its production and construction structures even stronger to respond to demandemerging from the reconstruction efforts following the Great East Japan Earthquake that took place on March 11, 2011,and will firmly execute its business strategies to deal with the hike in consumption taxes expected in the future, a reviewof the scope of inheritance tax, and other government policies. Moreover, the Company will strive to generate stableincome through consistent management as well as implementation of further cost reduction including reform inproduction division in accordance with the medium-term management plan, even when it faces factors that put severepressure on corporate performance, including a strong yen and financial turbulence, associated with the Europeansovereign debt crisis. 18
  19. 19. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY20114.Consolidated Financial Statements(1) Consolidated Balance Sheets (¥ millions) As of January 31, 2011 As of January 31, 2012 Assets Current assets Cash and deposits 151,983 169,524 Notes receivable, accounts receivable from completed construction contracts 35,545 36,530 Short-term investment securities 5 5,000 Costs on uncompleted construction contracts 12,212 8,344 Buildings for sale 131,737 135,541 Land for sale in lots 329,487 340,631 Undeveloped land for sale 70,835 125,004 Other inventories 6,162 6,810 Deferred tax assets 52,640 50,248 Other 34,282 40,428 Allowance for doubtful accounts (2,361) (1,989) Total current assets 822,530 916,074 Noncurrent assets Property, plant and equipment Buildings and structures 241,411 245,216 Machinery, equipment and vehicles 59,822 56,857 Tools, furniture and fixtures 27,844 28,078 Land 193,249 191,355 Lease assets 401 747 Construction in progress 11,099 16,667 Accumulated depreciation (181,696) (184,787) Total property, plant and equipment 352,131 354,135 Intangible assets Goodwill - 1,219 Industrial property 27 24 Leasehold right 2,011 3,840 Software 6,130 8,122 Right of using facilities 186 192 Telephone subscription right 862 862 Other 590 70 Total intangible assets 9,809 14,331 Investments and other assets Investment securities 72,449 65,855 Long-term loans receivable 28,831 35,795 Deferred tax assets 18,650 21,699 Other 38,350 38,948 Allowance for doubtful accounts (1,445) (1,012) Total investments and other assets 156,837 161,287 Total noncurrent assets 518,778 529,754 Total assets 1,341,308 1,445,828 19
  20. 20. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011 (¥ millions) As of January 31, 2011 As of January 31, 2012Liabilities Current liabilities Notes payable, accounts payable for construction contracts 104,631 88,774 Electronically recorded obligations-operating 45,083 49,763 Short-term loans payable 25 18,970 Current portion of bonds - 59,995 Current portion of long-term loans payable 27,454 2,108 Income taxes payable 9,038 27,043 Advances received on uncompleted construction contracts 75,539 76,272 Provision for bonuses 14,419 17,151 Provision for directors’ bonuses 662 734 Provision for warranties for completed construction 2,762 3,091 Other 44,471 64,346 Total current liabilities 324,088 408,251 Noncurrent liabilities Bonds payable 129,990 70,000 Bonds with subscription rights to shares - 50,000 Long-term loans payable 54,560 62,660 Long-term lease and guarantee deposited 52,592 52,293 Provision for retirement benefits 34,914 42,525 Provision for directors’ retirement benefits 1,023 1,035 Other 6,109 8,687 Total noncurrent liabilities 279,190 287,202 Total liabilities 603,279 695,454Net assets Shareholders’ equity Capital stock 186,554 186,554 Capital surplus 237,522 237,522 Retained earnings 309,361 326,153 Treasury stock (1,416) (4,201) Total shareholders’ equity 732,021 746,028 Accumulated other comprehensive income Valuation difference on available-for-sale securities 2,813 1,575 Deferred gains or losses on hedges 11 (7) Foreign currency translation adjustment 2,115 (3,766) Total accumulated other comprehensive income 4,940 (2,198) Subscription rights to shares 292 365 Minority interests 774 6,178 Total net assets 738,029 750,374Total liabilities and net assets 1,341,308 1,445,828 20
  21. 21. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011(2) Consolidated Statements of Income and Consolidated Statements of Comprehensive Income(Consolidated Statements of Income) (¥ millions) Feb. 1, 2010 – Jan. 31, 2011 Feb. 1, 2011 – Jan. 31, 2012 Net sales 1,488,369 1,530,577 Cost of sales 1,231,161 1,255,253 Gross profit 257,208 275,324 Selling, general and administrative expenses Selling expenses 43,434 41,340 General and administrative expenses 157,418 163,085 Total selling, general and administrative expenses 200,853 204,426 Operating income 56,354 70,897 Non-operating income Interest income 1,220 1,595 Dividends income 938 1,053 Insurance agency commission 1,193 - Equity in earnings of affiliates 916 449 Other 2,601 2,825 Total non-operating income 6,871 5,923 Non-operating expenses Interest expenses 2,638 1,885 Loss on cancel of model house leasing contracts 569 - Currency swap expenses - 1,339 Foreign exchange losses - 1,022 Other 3,746 2,498 Total non-operating expenses 6,954 6,746 Ordinary income 56,271 70,075 Extraordinary income Gain on sales of investment securities 134 - Total extraordinary income 134 - Extraordinary loss Loss on valuation of investment securities 231 2,770 Loss on sales and retirement of noncurrent assets 2,234 2,183 Loss from earthquake - 1,274 Impairment loss 125 958 Loss on adjustment for changes of accounting - 687 standard for asset retirement obligations Total extraordinary losses 2,592 7,874 Income before income taxes and minority interests 53,814 62,200 Income taxes-current 12,635 33,836 Income taxes-deferred 10,734 (619) Total income taxes 23,370 33,216 Income before minority interests - 28,983 Minority interests in income 22 21 Net income 30,421 28,962 21
  22. 22. Sekisui House, Ltd. (1928) Consolidated Financial Summary for FY2011(Consolidated Statements of Comprehensive Income) (¥ millions) Feb. 1, 2010 – Jan. 31, 2011 Feb. 1, 2011 – Jan. 31, 2012 Income before minority interests - 28,983 Other comprehensive income Valuation difference on available-for-sale securities - (1,255) Deferred gains or losses on hedges - (18) Foreign currency translation adjustment - (5,894) Share of other comprehensive income of associates accounted for using equity method - 8 Total other comprehensive income - *2 (7,160) Comprehensive income - *1 21,822 Comprehensive income attributable to Comprehensive income attributable to owners of the parent - 21,823 Comprehensive income attributable to minority interests - (0) 22

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