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Which REITs do you think have too much leverage and Debt?- Faston - 2019-06-12 18:08:52 PDT

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It is important to also look at debt levels relevant to a specific REIT sector, as some sector may require higher debt levels due to the type of properties and the cash-flows of that business and sector can support higher ratios. - BlueBlue - 2019-06-15 12:43:58 PDT

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Hi Faston, to answer the question. Brookfield Property REIT - #PBR has one of the highest leverages of the REITs I have come across, from what I calculated for Q1 2019 they have a Total Shareholder Equity to Total Assets ratio of just 3.52%. I own some #PBR stocks because I believe in the REIT and parent companies potential, so let’s see where this goes. - YolpnoB - 2019-06-13 23:53:39 PDT

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From the REIT’s balance sheets I have been analyzing this evening, some that have higher leverage (Debt-to-Assets), (Debt-to-equity), (Equity-to-Assets) ratios are #CBL, #RESI Front Yard Residential, #SRG Sertigate. This is not an exhaustive list just some I have found so far, I’m also not sure how they rank with others. I will continue to look through more REITs and call out any others I find worth mentioning. - Gekko5 - 2019-06-12 23:26:10 PDT

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It is funny how things change, 10 years ago some investors used to think and comment that mall REITs could have higher debt-levels because malls were considered more stable forms of income. How things change, right? #CBL now with its debt/asset level of 75% in the most recent quarter is highly leveraged making it challenging to fuel the necessary turn-around. - Kev B - 2019-06-22 11:46:53 PDT

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Is cbl though reducing its leverage with the sales of some malls each year? - heyyo - 2019-06-16 15:48:16 PDT


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