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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum H&R Real Estate Investment Trust T.HR.UN

Alternate Symbol(s):  HRUFF

H&R REIT is one of Canada's largest real estate investment trusts with total post-Primaris spin-off pro forma assets of approximately $10.7 billion. H&R REIT has ownership interests in a North American portfolio comprised of high quality office, industrial, residential and retail properties comprising over 29.4 million square feet post-Primaris spin off. H&R is currently undergoing a five-year, strategic repositioning to transform into a simplified, growth-oriented company focusing on multi-residential and industrial properties to surface significant value for unitholders.

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BATTERED AND BRUISED

Even with REITS stringing together some gains this week, they are still MILES away from the massive dump that occurred past couple weeks  What a historic tantrum!  rate and reply

I think the inflation/hike tantrums are over

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For your interest

The REIT Stuff: Keeping it In-House; Buy Back Better We’ve talked a lot about the abnormally high Canadian REIT trading discount to NAV this year (now 16% vs. 19-year average 2% premium); see our...read more

IMAGINE REITS BEING IN THE DUMP FOR 1-2 YEARS

At these levels, DRIP and buy every pay check, the NCIB is also working for many REITS.  Then BAM, REITS become back in favor due to low interest rates and/or booming economy and SNAP BACK 30%-50...read more

RE:RE:RE:CRAZY MAN

If you think levered REITs will do well in a rising rate environment with falling asset values, you're in for a nasty surprise...  rate and reply

RE:RE:RE:CRAZY MAN

He knows, he just don't care about the truth.  rate and reply

RE:Still haven't got all my shares back yet

REITs wont stay these bargains for long.  This sell off was more of a flush out to get out those who want the fixed income can go to a GIC now.  The smart money knows what you said - the...read more

Still haven't got all my shares back yet

Sold all my levered shares at 14. Not suprised if this goes lower. The lower the better. I will be a persistent buyer. At some point they will turn the easy money back on. Long-term mindset. Nothing...read more

RE:RE:CRAZY MAN

You clearly don't have the remotest idea of how REITs work. This one has very low leverage, its mortgages are long term fixed rate and it has the ability to issue Debt to finance properties. The...read more

WHEN THE WALL STREET BOTS/SHARKS ARE OFF

Sure we get a nice green day.   These traders no doubt stirred the masacre in REITS  rate and reply

RE:REPLACEMENT COSTS

Strange comparison, since developers won't be building anything new for years as it's not profitable now. So why would that be your comparison?     rate and reply

REPLACEMENT COSTS

If this phony narrative was true, that all these consumer staples are super expensive, and then labour  wages as well, that simply means the cost to build a new building from scratch (replacement...read more

REITS AND MARKET SHOULD BE RIPE FOR A BEAR MARKET RALLY

We had 4 brutal days from the CPI number last Thursday.  4 days of 3-5% losses for the sector, accumulating in a net 15% loss.   I think we can snap back soon pretty quickly, or at...read more

RE:RE:CRAZY MAN

HR's interest is fixed. Nor does any competent economist believe rates continue to go up AND then stay there for a prolonged period of time with the current debt to GDP of the developed world...read more

RE:CRAZY MAN

No one would pay REMOTELY close to $19. I would argue that with interest rates rising, and HR.UN not paying down all their debt when they had a chance, HR.UN could be in serious trouble if rates go...read more

CRAZY MAN

 Despite the Primaris Spin off, selling assets like the BOW above NAV, and a solid Q1, HR STILL trades at 57% of their $21 NAV, AND 69% of their old $17.30 NAV.   Should just put it up for...read more

Implied cap rate of 6.7%

What do you think is an appropriate weighted average cap rate of the investment properties?  rate and reply

LOOKIE HERE- ARTIS

HR GAINED A $1.50 LEAD ON ARTIS NOT LONG AGO, NOW THEY ARE EXACTLY THE SAME PRICE - $12.02.  MARKET HAS A SHORT TERM MEMORY  rate and reply

SAVE MONEY AND BUY EVERY PAY CHEQUE AND DRIP

Accumulate $20k+ more for the next year, the next rip up will give you a boost.  I think myself like most here are tapped out. Patience and slow accumulation is the game plan now  rate and reply

Last two days insiders transactions

Jun 16/22 Director Rutman, Ronald C. Control or Direction Public market buy Units 11.98$-20,000 units 1.3% 1,571,000 Jun 15/22 Director Rutman, Ronald C. Control or Direction Public market buy...read more