LF Capital Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ:LFAC) announced this morning that just 503,716 shares (less than 5%) were redeemed in connection with yesterday’s approval vote and it remains on track to complete the transaction.
With an estimated $10.57 pro rata in trust, these redemptions removed about $5.3 million from the SPAC’s $129 million trust, posing no risk to the deal.
The parties will nonetheless need a little more time to get through the remaining paperwork and LF Capital shareholders will go to the polls again December 21 to vote on an extension of the transaction deadline to January 22, 2021.
Landsea has a few extra hoops to jump through as its Hong Kong-listed parent company, Landsea Green Properties (HKG:0106), requires approvals from the exchange to proceed.
All other measures on the ballot also passed including its warrant conversion agreement, as SPACInsider detailed previously.
LF Capital initially announced its $630.5 million business combination with Landsea on August 31. Landsea Homes builds entry-level and move-up homes in high-growth areas of California and Arizona with integrated smart-home features targeted at millennial customers.