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H&R Real Estate Investment Trust (HR-UN.TO)

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10.40+0.15 (+1.46%)
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  • d
    dank_ferret
    I don't understand the SP action at all. To me this is a no brainer.... well under the NAV, pays a 5% dividend, EPS ~$5.3 a share, P/E of 2 (for real?!).... like unless we are expecting earnings to tank in the future. And why would it? People still need places to live, rent will go up with inflation / interest rate.... am I missing something?
  • J
    James
    @retiredceo any insights what will happen with HR’s US properties? Given change in demand and rates how big is the effect?
  • A
    Anton
    Hi people! I am new stockholder here. Bought in so early yesterday for $10.53. That's alright I'm eligible for dividend. Bonds are about to fall back so hard now.
  • M
    Mark
    The only thing for sure is that based on past numbers, HR.un looks like a steal. If this slowdown hurts renewals in luxury apartments they could feel pressures. But a tailwind is the incoming rents from riverlanding stabilizing.
  • J
    John
    Loaded more today. It is at the SP bottom
  • T
    Thelostclock
    Told you so moment... I said this stock will go down to 10 dollars.. Not because its fundamental but the rise in interest rate... Dont worry only on sale I think over the long run handr will do great. Buy this at this price will likely double in few years while getting distribution
  • N
    Niko
    I don’t see any posted buybacks since august. Are we still doing it?
  • R
    RetiredCEO
    HR continues its transition into a "pure" residential/industrial REIT. Over 400M in dispositions YTD at NAV prove the NAV of HR. Both industrial and residential have strong SPNOI growth, and are areas I want to be invested in when these sales occur. Soon, HR will announce a strategic aquisition, likely in sunbelt residential. HR is executing exactly as they said they would, and are growing NAV at a rapid pace. Patience will pay off, and I'm taking advantage of this mispricing.
  • M
    Mark
    This is good for buybacks right? RIGHT? The fear is palpable..
  • R
    RetiredCEO
    Buying/Adding here to my position. 40%+ discount to NAV. Sentiment will eventually change on REITs.
  • j
    joe
    #$%$ mannnnn this is bs!!!!
  • g
    george
    Good luck to all. I sold all shares this morning. Feels too much like 2008 for me right now so going to step out of the market for a few months and consider my next moves.
  • C
    Clor
    Didnt this split from primaris...its not worth $18 anymore...primaris took most of that value with it
  • S
    Scrooge McDuck
    Ah, I was thinking of selling some on a pop to get some other reits but just changed my mind. Nav of 22.14. 50% payout ratio. Debt to assets in the 30%. Kepping this!!!
  • C
    Clor
    going to $8
  • M
    Mark
    Amazing news for the buybacks
  • D
    Daniel
    These days are killing me. WTH, this is BS. My anxiety levels are through the roof
  • A
    Alexandre
    Is a 35% discount to NAV the kind of thing we see with other REITs?
  • G
    Gus
    Does anyone know how far along they are in their buy back program. Would be nice to see a dividend increase when that phase is completed
  • j
    joe
    Earnings are going to be great!! this will fly August 11