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Highly Anticipated Marijuana REIT Has Very Quiet IPO

Innovative Industrial Properties Inc. (NYSE: IIPR) entered the markets relatively quietly on Thursday. The company priced its offering at $20 per share for its 4 million shares, with an overallotment ...
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Jefferies Still Likes Top Yielding REITs: 4 to Buy Now With Yields Up to 7%

We have all heard it over and over: the bond proxy arena is way overbought and could be vulnerable to rate increases. The fact of the matter is that while ...
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3 Top Health Care REITs Are Still Paying Outstanding Dividends

We write about it every week it seems. Investors are hunting for yield as interest rates on sovereign debt around the globe continue to tumble. The conundrum is that many ...
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Are Banks Getting Overextended on Credit to REITs?

It almost doesn't matter what aspect of banking the nation's large banks cater to anymore. Credit risk is credit risk, from exposure to oil and gas, to manufacturing, auto companies and small ...
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Was HCP Already Overvalued Into Spin-Off News?

HCP Inc. (NYSE: HCP) has seen a positive news reaction from investors on word that the company will spin off its HCR ManorCare portfolio of skilled nursing and assisted living ...
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Dividend-Paying REITs to Become Their Own Sector: Managers May Be Forced to Buy

Wall Street money managers are all about weightings in their portfolios, and currently most are underweight the real estate investment trust (REIT) arena, on average by about 3.3%. That could ...
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Is Armada Hoffler One of the Best Ideas Most Investors Have Overlooked?

Armada Hoffler Properties Inc. (NYSE: AHH) may be lesser known to many real estate investment trust (REIT) investors due to its $518 million market cap. Yet it has a yield of ...
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4 Health Care REITs to Buy That Offer Growth and Pay Big Dividends

As we have noted before, the United States has an aging population, and one that is growing older, faster. The demand for medical services, assisted living, Alzheimer's care and many ...
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Oppenheimer Still Recommends Top High-Yielding Dividend REITs

The more Wall Street says that the bond proxies like real estate investment trusts (REITs) and utilities are overbought, the higher they seem to go. Oh sure they will sell ...
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4 Top REITs That Offer Solid Growth and Good Dividends for Investors

Think about it: you see them everywhere, and either you know somebody that uses them or you do yourself. Not only are they the optimum place to get items out of ...
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Are Inland Real Estate Shareholders Getting Enough in the Merger?

Inland Real Estate Corp. (NYSE: IRC) saw a handy gain in Tuesday’s session on news of a merger. The company announced that it entered into a definitive agreement to be ...
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McDonald’s Delivers Stronger Dividend and Franchise Model Focus

When was the last time you remember shares of McDonald's Corp. (NYSE: MCD) being halted for "news pending" during the middle of a trading day? The fast-food giant has begun ...
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Campus Crest Soars on Merger Agreement

Campus Crest Communities, Inc. (NYSE: CCG) is leading the bulls on Monday afternoon on news of an acquisition. The REIT announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement with ...
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Merrill Lynch Makes 3 Key Changes to US 1 List in Oil and REITs

Many firms have their own version of a "focus list" of top Buy-rated stocks for their clients. The Merrill Lynch US 1 List is effectively the same thing as the ...
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Why Mortgage REITs May Be Safe Again

Though real estate investment trusts (REITs) have been a popular vehicle for investments in the past, they have suffered over the past year. At current levels, Credit Suisse sees mortgage-based ...
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