Where is REIT WRECKS ???

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RealEstateGuy
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Where is REIT WRECKS ???

Post by RealEstateGuy » Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:19 pm

A few non-traded REITs look to be having great success in their liquidity events - just today one was sold for over $12 / sh. !!! Where are the naysayers? Reit Wrecks? You out there anywhere?

As I said in a post quite some time ago... these non-traded REITs need to be looked at on a case-by-case basis, not lumped into one "all bad" bucket. Some are good, long-term investments, some are not. Obviously, it's easy to beat up on any real estate investment that invested at the peak of the market - bad timing and maybe bad business plan. However, many DID NOT invest during that period and they seem to be doing quite well after all.

HonestFeeOnlyAdviser
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Re: Where is REIT WRECKS ???

Post by HonestFeeOnlyAdviser » Fri Jan 31, 2014 12:30 pm

If you visit a prison with 500 criminals, you may find a few individuals that you like and enjoy speaking with - that does mean anything.
Publicly traded reits are good investments- they are well managed and financially solid.
Vornado, Brandywine, SPG, etc. You made 2 pts on your REIT? SPG is up 120% in last three years.

If you are actually questioning REIT wrecks, you must be one of the @^$&holes that sell them.

ctrader
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Re: Where is REIT WRECKS ???

Post by ctrader » Wed Mar 26, 2014 7:58 pm

recent success does not validate the long term track record as of yet. Given the size of the market and outstanding funds under management you would think there are more household names.

mikelafrench
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Re: Where is REIT WRECKS ???

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