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Today’s REITs of interest:
1) #MAC closed at $18.74 after a 7.09% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 1.18, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 3.20%. 2) #OPI closed at $27.06 after a 4.36% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 0.91, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 8.13%. 3) #SLG closed at $78.08 after a 4.15% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 0.96, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 4.78%. - REITBot - 2022-01-04 20:00:02 PDT - See full comment

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Today’s REITs of interest:
1) #CIO closed at $18.15 after a 5.52% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 1.15, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 3.31%. 2) #SELF closed at $5.23 after a 3.98% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 0.35, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 4.97%. 3) #SLG closed at $70.16 after a 3.31% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 1.21, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 5.19%. - REITBot - 2021-09-22 20:00:02 PDT - See full comment

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Today’s REITs of interest:
1) #SAFE closed at $76.30 after a 3.05% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 0.97, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 0.85%. 2) #SLG closed at $85.17 after a 2.52% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 1.29, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 4.27%. 3) #PLD closed at $126.28 after a 2.16% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 0.83, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 2.00%. - REITBot - 2021-06-10 22:00:02 PDT - See full comment

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Another reverse split in the industry, this time by #SLG. Every time this happens TD Ameritrade charges me -$38... Not sure how they came up with this amount, seems arbitrary (like a bank overdraft fee). See article about this.  - zREITs - 2021-01-21 09:23:52 PDT - See full comment

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Same here! #SLG cost me money with their reverse split! - Rubyckube - 2021-01-21 21:19:40 PDT

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ya, I hate this! These reverse stock splits cost me more than what I make in dividends! - Spareideas - 2021-01-22 20:33:33 PDT


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Today’s REITs of interest:
1) #RPAI closed at $8.97 after a 3.94% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 1.33, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 2.23%. 2) #SLG closed at $62.19 after a 3.74% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 1.54, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 5.69%. 3) #PLYM closed at $13.75 after a 3.62% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 1.02, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 5.82%. - REITBot - 2020-12-03 21:00:01 PDT - See full comment

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#PLYM has been able to maintain their price steady since the March, not bad. - MakeMoneyGrow - 2020-12-03 21:23:13 PDT

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I received my #SLG dividends, reinvesting it in more. - womba - 2021-01-18 12:51:37 PDT

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I agreed! - WowReits - 2020-12-04 20:48:05 PDT

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Sl Green’s rebound is helping my portfolio, but #SLG is still at 2/3 its pre-covid price. - Fyryr - 2020-12-04 08:53:45 PDT


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Today’s REITs of interest:
1) #PGRE closed at $9.43 after a 13.75% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 1.25, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 4.24%. 2) #SLG closed at $60.26 after a 6.28% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 1.53, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 5.88%. 3) #CXP closed at $13.94 after a 4.89% increase from the previous closing date with a Beta of 1.53, and a forward annualized dividend yield of 6.03%. - REITBot - 2020-11-17 22:03:40 PDT - See full comment

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Thanks for the callout REIBOT! I will analyze #PGRE later today. To be honest, I had not seen this REIT before. - GoGo - 2020-11-18 11:07:16 PDT

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Glad to see #SLG stock price is slowly picking up despite the new lockdowns due to Covid. - zREITs - 2020-11-17 22:07:27 PDT

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SL Green Realty Corp. Reports Third Quarter 2019 EPS of $0.40 Per Share; and FFO of $1.75 Per Share - News released on Wed, 16 Oct 2019 16:07:58 -0400 - REITNewsHeadlines - 2019-10-17 10:04:10 PDT - See full comment

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Earlier this week I received my #SLG dividends, sure nice to get paid by a solid REIT, which I think will likely raise dividends again within the next 1-3 quarters. My guess anyways. - Bob_knows - 2019-10-17 21:14:32 PDT

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I bought more SL Green stocks today. #SLG has a healthy interest rate coverage ratio and debt levels I feel confident about this office REIT even in a downturn. - CapitalKing - 2019-10-18 21:09:00 PDT

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#SLG improved Funds from operations YoY. FFO, of $1.75 per share for the third quarter as compared to $1.66 per share for the same period in 2018. - Omick99 - 2019-10-17 10:04:10 PDT

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SL Green’s One Vanderbilt Avenue Tops Out at 1,401 Feet - News released on Thu, 19 Sep 2019 07:42:17 -0400 - REITNewsHeadlines - 2019-09-19 18:07:49 PDT - See full comment

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Long on #SLG! - BlueBlue - 2019-09-19 18:07:49 PDT

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Have you guys seen how low the #SLG stock price is compared to October last year? Why has it slowly dropped from a $100 to $80? Is there some information about this REIT that I should know? Their average occupancy level seems to have a slight trend down, and their revenues haven’t been growing, but are these symptoms of something else going on with this SLGreen? - Bob_knows - 2019-09-21 16:43:10 PDT


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Which REITs do you consider are value investments right now for the long term? - Gekko5 - 2019-08-27 21:06:57 PDT - See full comment

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SL Green Realty Corp #SLG which is Manhattan’s largest office landlord, declared they are now becoming monthly instead of quarterly!! This is awesome news. They also declared a monthly dividend of $0.295 per share of common stock. The dividend is payable on April 15, 2020 to shareholders of record at the close of business on March 31, 2020. Here is a quote from their press release: “We endeavor to reward our shareholders with a consistent dividend while recognizing the need to maximize liquidity,” said Matt DiLiberto, Chief Financial Officer of SL Green. “Modifying our dividend policy from quarterly payments to monthly payments will allow us to better match our distributions to the operating cash flow we recognize in this current market environment.” - CapitalKing - 2020-04-07 00:46:53 PDT

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#SLG Q1 2020 results: Funds from operations, or FFO, of $2.08 per share for the first quarter, which includes the recognition of $37.7 million, or $0.46 per share, of incremental income from Credit Suisse at 1 Madison Avenue representing rent through December 31, 2020, offset by $11.2 million, or $0.14 per share, of reserves against the Company’s debt and preferred equity portfolio related to the potential sale of certain investments and the implementation of the Current Expected Credit Loss, or CECL, regulations. FFO for the same period in 2019 was $1.68 per share. - JohnforkO - 2020-07-04 16:56:24 PDT

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#EPR dropped -2.23% today, #WPC is down -1.12% today, #STOR is down -1.59% today. All three are interesting buys to me. - CapitalKing - 2019-09-09 20:04:56 PDT

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Essential Properties Realty Trust, Inc. #EPRT is a newcomer which I see potential. - AI_AI - 2019-09-08 10:11:00 PDT

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Market is all over the place today! Some REITs continue to go even higher which worries me while other REITs are in the red. Market is pessimistic today but imagine it will turn around again a couple of times this week. - Billy123 - 2019-09-03 09:11:27 PDT

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I spent some time traveling and in malls during this Labor Day weekend, I was glad to see the malls busy, makes me optimistic about mall REITs. - Rken - 2019-09-02 08:29:41 PDT

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Earlier in the week I mentioned I was planning on buying #PLD & #EGP as I see them as long term value-added stocks. This Friday I bought both of them, the price may drop some in following weeks month, but long term I see it going much higher. - Kev B - 2019-08-31 14:18:56 PDT

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I have some similar ones on my last list as you guys, and some additional ones: #EGP, #PLD, #BDN, #EPR, #NHI, #GTY, #SLG, #NNN, #WPC, #ADC, #ARE, #STOR, #FRT, and #O. All of these options are sound long term investment options, in my opinion. - CapitalKing - 2019-08-28 21:31:04 PDT

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I would also add #DRE to this list! - Davestew - 2019-09-07 22:10:45 PDT

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Hard to get these stocks at a discount. - LLNN - 2019-08-29 09:54:48 PDT

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I would add #GLPI to your list. - Atopp - 2019-08-29 09:46:17 PDT

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For me it is #SLG right now, SL Green is trading at its lowest levels since January 2019. This king of new york office space is undervalued compared to other office REITs. - Davestew - 2019-08-28 19:56:12 PDT

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#FRT pulled back during las week and is a buy. Today though starting to show recovery. It’s a stock to go long. - Rken - 2019-08-28 13:10:23 PDT

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WPC, O & VTR. - Kyuie - 2019-08-27 22:54:39 PDT

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Here are my picks at the moment, listed below: - Kev B - 2019-08-27 21:33:40 PDT

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#EPR - Entertainment Properties Trust, Inc. Although I already acquired EPR at a much lower price, I still believe this REIT is undervalued compared to other REITs and with an P/AFFO of 13.5x. I like that EPR pays dividends monthly and has grown its dividend value by 8.4% over the last 3 years. This is smaller than the other REITs on my current list but still attractive. It also has a good dividend yield of 5.8%. I like the diversification of EPR’s portfolio ( 46% entertainment, 33% recreation, 18% education, and 3% others) which is different from other REITs. In total it has 417 locations across 43 states and Canada, with over 250 tenants. Its AFFO payout ratios have been trending up lately which I don’t like, it when from 58% in Q2 2018 to 83% in Q2 2019, although in 2015 & 2016 it was in the 80-85% ratios also. Its AFFO declined 28% in Q2 2019 compared to Q2 2018, which may also be holding its current stock price down. On the positive side, EPR has a well-laddered debt maturity schedule with no debt maturing until 2022. - Kev B - 2019-08-27 23:18:58 PDT

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#BDN - Brandywine Realty Trust, has a RR overall score of 8.2, from my current list it is probably one of the few REITs which has a stock price which is declining steadily since 2018, and currently trading at only 10 P/FFO. With this level of P/FFO there is plenty of room for valuation of the stock if the market gains the confidence of the stock. With the stock price declining today another 1.33%. The current dividend is at ~ 5.386%. However, dividend payment values have increased by about 22% over the last 3 years, the dividend/payout ratio is still at 50%, and its been paying consistently it for over 21 years. The avg. coverage ratio is 4.45 although last years was better at 5.1. The company has only grown its assets total value by about 1.9% YoY. BDN tenants come from a diversified set of industries with its top 20 tenants representing 32.6% of its total annualized rent. Its largest tenants are IBM, Inc, Comcast Corporation, FMC Corp, Pepper Hamilton LLP, CSL Behring, LLC, and other like Northrop Grumman Corp, KPMG, LLP, and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. One concern for me is that in 2020 19% of its total debt will reach maturity, and in 2023 26.4%, and in 2024, 11.8%, I would hope BDN would have a more spread out debt maturity schedule. - Kev B - 2019-08-27 22:43:03 PDT

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#PLD - Prologis, Inc, I’m adding this industrial REIT to my buy list. Some of the things I like about it are that is has a RR overall rating of 9.4, and Credit Ratings of A-/A3. Its RR Dividend Payment Growth score is 10, due to its 23% dividend value growth over the last three years. The dividend yield is only 2.56% currently, but in 20-30 years, I would expect it to pay attractive dividend yields on my current investments. PLD has been paying dividends for over 21 years, 21 being the time horizon I’m looking at, but it may be much longer than that. PLD has over 3,770 building and 5,100 customers, across 19 countries, with 96.8% al occupancy. PLD has high liquidity in its balance sheet, and an average coverage ratio of 12.63 according to my analysis. The companies customers are well-diversified across industries, and the top 25 customers represent 19% of the net effective rent of PLD. The company also has an efficient G&A expense ratio compared to its revenues. With eCommerce and delivery services increasing, I believe PLD has additional space to grow for years to come. - Kev B - 2019-08-27 22:05:27 PDT

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#EGP - EastGroup Properties, Inc.this industrial REIT (87% comprised of business distribution buildings) has been around for a long time (50 years), the dividend is only 2.34% currently but has increased 20% over the last three years. So since I’m investing with a long horizon, if the company keeps this discipline in the future, it will be worth more. EastGroup’s operating portfolio was 97.3% leased to approximately 1,500 tenants, with no single tenant accounting for more than approximately 1.1% of the Company’s income from real estate operations, which is a great stabilizing sign. The company has increased its FFO about 7.44% in the last two years and kept a 58-61% dividend to FFO payout ratio in the previous four years.
Eastgroup overall RR of 8.8, and the REIT is trading at P/FFO 25.7, which is higher than I like but inline with a more stable REIT like this one. - Kev B - 2019-08-27 21:41:35 PDT


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SL Green Realty Corp. Reports Second Quarter 2019 EPS of $1.94 Per Share; and FFO of $1.82 Per Share - News released on Wed, 17 Jul 2019 16:07:54 -0400 - REITNewsHeadlines - 2019-07-18 00:21:21 PDT - See full comment

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I don’t get it. How is it that #SLG - SL Green stock price ended the day -0.71% down, with highlights like this "Net income attributable to common stockholders of $1.94 per share for the second quarter as compared to $1.19 per share for the same period in 2018. Net income attributable to common stockholders for the second quarter of 2019 included a non-cash fair value adjustment of $67.6 million, or $0.77 per share, related to the acquisition of 460 West 34th street. Funds from operations, or FFO, of $1.82 per share for the second quarter as compared to $1.69 per share for the same period in 2018. FFO for the second quarter of 2019 included $3.4 million, or $0.04 per share, of promote income from the sale of 521 Fifth Avenue. Same-store cash net operating income, or NOI, including our share of same-store cash NOI from unconsolidated joint ventures, increased 3.2% for the first six months of 2019 excluding lease termination income and free rent given to Viacom at 1515 Broadway, as compared to same period in the prior year. Signed 40 Manhattan office leases covering 507,743 square feet in the second quarter and 72 Manhattan leases covering 915,645 square feet in the first six months of 2019. The mark-to-market on signed Manhattan office leases for the first six months of 2019 was 30.5% higher than the previous fully escalated rents on the same spaces. Signed a new 28,448 square foot lease with Sentinel Capital Partners at One Vanderbilt, bringing the property to 59% leased ahead of its planned opening in August 2020. Construction on the super structure has reached 1,130 feet with steel construction scheduled to top out in September of 2019. Manhattan same-store occupancy was 95.2% as of June 30, 2019, inclusive of leases signed but not yet commenced." Read the full press release on their site https:slgreen.com/news/449 - AI_AI - 2019-07-18 00:21:21 PDT - AI_AI - 2019-07-18 00:22:32 PDT

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#SLG reported FFO for the quarter ended June 30, 2019 of $159.2 million, or $1.82 per share, as compared to FFO for the same period in 2018 of $155.6 million, or $1.69 per share. FFO for the second quarter of 2019 included $3.4 million, or $0.04 per share, of promote income from the sale of 521 Fifth Avenue. - 777i - 2019-08-15 21:43:56 PDT


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SL Green Realty Corp. to Release Second Quarter 2019 Financial Results After Market Close on July 17, 2019 - News released on Tue, 18 Jun 2019 07:31:55 -0400 - REITNewsHeadlines - 2019-06-18 12:24:49 PDT - See full comment

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I’m interested to understand why the revenues and assets for #SLG have decreased in 2017 & 2018. It makes sense that if the total Assets dropped that revenues would also drop. I’m assuming it is the disposition of building in their portfolio faster than the acquisition, I just wonder why it has been the case for two-to-three straight years? Regardless I like SL Green as they are a market leader in Manhattan./New York office properties. - AI_AI - 2019-06-18 12:24:49 PDT

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SL Green is New York’s largest owner of office real estate. #SLG has a strong moat in selecting, buying and operating office building in largest financial center in the world! This is a REIT to go long. - Kyuie - 2019-06-28 21:53:01 PDT

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As mentioned last week, I was waiting for SL Green Realty to have a price drop to acquire shares. This week I had that window and bought #SLG shares when the price dropped to $79, which is close to its 52-Week Low of $76.77, so I’m happy! Glad I was patient. - Rocco64 - 2019-06-28 11:24:24 PDT

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Great reit, following downward price trend to buy at lowest point in following weeks. - Rocco64 - 2019-06-21 15:32:10 PDT

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@Ai_Ai, it probably has to do with #SLG owning few yet large buildings (111 properties), so the sale of a couple of building has a larger impacts on its total asset value and revenues. Compare that with some triple net lease retail REITs with thousands of small stores, and the sales of a few units will probably go unnoticed. - Atopp - 2019-06-20 10:16:53 PDT


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How do businesses like WeWork impact REITs? - Wallbird - 2019-04-19 14:03:08 PDT - See full comment

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I hope REITs have a way to manage their contracts with WeWork. Because WeWork is toast! Read the FT article, apparently, a lot of tenants doing exactly what was predicted would happen during a market downturn, tenants would cancel or not be able to pay their WeWork rents and occupancy is down: FT link: https:www.ft.com/content/78dbfb03-f47d-41f3-9bf6-6696e5ef626b - LLNN - 2020-04-07 17:29:54 PDT

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An article today on WSJ and Bloomberg said WeWork has not paid its rent to some landlords. They haven’t mentioned which landlords. This is a terrible sign of things to come with the We Company!! - Atopp - 2020-04-08 22:16:31 PDT

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Softbank declined to bail out WeWork on the $3 billion bailouts, add that to the Coronavirus and I’m thinking they may resort to bankruptcy. I wish some of the REITs that I respect hadn’t leased to WeWork. But I can’t blame them, at the time WeWork was all the hype and had the financial backing of SoftBank which was seen as too big too powerful to fail. - Me332 - 2020-04-04 22:31:44 PDT

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I don’t know if WeWork, Knotel and other coworking office companies will survive COVID19. The situation unraveling now is exactly what analysts used to predict would be the shared workspace companies’ biggest challenges. Analysts were not predicting a virus, but they were stating that if the individual freelancer, self-employed person, or small business was hit by a recession or job loss they would not be able to afford shared workspaces and would move back to working from their kitchen tables or coffee shops. If these coworking space end up filling for bankruptcy I wonder how office landlords will collect on their long rent contracts. - LLNN - 2020-03-29 10:39:35 PDT

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I wonder if landlords which rented to WeWork can take steps (are taking steps) to prepare or mitigate the risks associated with a tenant like them. - Rocco64 - 2019-11-18 12:23:02 PDT

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Based on reports, WeWork could run out of cash as early as November 2019 without new financing, so SoftBank is offering a $5 billion financing lifeline for the company. However, according to the news reports SoftBank is seeking ways to help rescue the WeWork while avoiding taking on WeWork’s liabilities which include $18 billion in long-term lease obligations as of the end of June, according to its most recent public financial disclosure. - CapitalKing - 2019-10-20 13:32:15 PDT

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Piedmont Office Realty Trust, Inc. called out that in their 2019 Q2 ER that "Of the 517,000 square feet of leases executed during the three months ended June 30, 2019, five leases were greater than 10,000 square feet at our consolidated office properties." Two of the five contracts were signed with WeWork, in the 2nd and 5th position on the list! The second largest one by SqFt on the list was WeWork with a 71,344 sqft lease signed to expire only in 2035, and the fifth was WeWork with 29,379 sqft leased until 2036. I like #PDM and hope WeWork will honor this lease. - AI_AI - 2019-10-19 18:39:35 PDT

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I should note that WeWork in the Q2-2019 #PDM earnings report didn’t even show up in PDM’s top 20 tenant list. - AI_AI - 2019-10-19 18:49:27 PDT

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2.1% of Columbia Property Trust, Inc. (#CXP) annalized lease revenues come from WeWork according to their 6/30/2019 report, making WeWork its 10th largest tenant during this period. - BlueBlue - 2019-10-19 14:25:17 PDT

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The Wework saga has gone from bad to terrible. - Billy123 - 2019-10-03 08:53:58 PDT

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Ya apparently We Company landlord’s are concerned. For anyone know the ratio of total REITs which are We Work landlords? - Omick99 - 2019-10-03 13:05:37 PDT

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Could this spell trouble for any REIT that has rented too much space to WeWork? https:www.cnbc.com/2019/09/05/wework-is-dramatically-slashing-its-ipo-valuation-because-of-weak-demand.html - Atopp - 2019-09-05 09:25:57 PDT

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A a couple of good articles on the We Company, and how concerned investors should be: WEWORK ISN’T A TECH COMPANY; IT’S A SOAP OPERA
I dedicate this to the energy of We: https:www.theverge.com/2019/8/15/20806366/we-company-wework-ipo-adam-neumann Don’t worry, WeWork has only committed $47B to landlords: https:therealdeal.com/national/2019/08/16/dont-worry-wework-has-only-committed-47b-to-landlords/ - Kyuie - 2019-08-16 17:19:10 PDT

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After WeWork’s S-1 IPO filling and the state of its finances should we be concerned about REITs with them as tenants? - Xianyo - 2019-08-15 13:04:55 PDT

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So currently Wework loses $5,200 per customer (article below). Once it goes public will it be able to afford giving customers so many perks and continue at this loss? Probably not. If the customer perks are cut, will customers still see as much value in the company? Maybe, maybe not? That is were is see risk, if customers opt to not renew rents, and the company is left holding the bag on a bunch of office space.

https:www.cbsnews.com/news/wework-ipo-office-sharing-prospectus-s-1-shows-losses/ - Atopp - 2019-08-16 12:01:56 PDT

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So according to reports, WeWork has $47.2 billion for long-term lease obligations, however only $4 Billion in committed revenue backlog from short-term tenants. - AI_AI - 2019-08-15 20:12:51 PDT

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BusinessInsider report today: “WeWork is losing $219,000 hourly. In 2018, the company’s losses and revenues both doubled, to $1.9 billion and $1.8 billion, respectively.” https:www.businessinsider.com/wework-not-close-to-profitable-loses-hundreds-thousands-every-hour-2019-7 - Rocco64 - 2019-07-03 17:14:26 PDT

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Realized tonight that 1.05% of #BXP’s Share of Annualized Rental Obligations come from WeWork, ranking them within Boston Properties top 12 tenants in Q1 2019. - Rocco64 - 2019-06-01 01:14:25 PDT

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In the second Quarter of 2019 financial report for Boston Properties (#BXP), that number for WeWork (We Company) was up to 1.11% of annualized rental obligations. Let’s hope this number hasn’t gone higher this quarter. - CapitalKing - 2019-10-12 18:28:59 PDT

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Boston Properties (#BXP) improved their leased % level in the first quarter of ’19, at 92.90%, compared to 91.4 in the 4th quarter of ’18, and 90.50% in the first quarter of ’18. - Rken - 2019-06-23 05:55:38 PDT

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Good Vox.com article on WeWork's $47 Billion dollar valuation and potential IPO. https://www.vox.com/2019/5/24/18630126/wework-valuation-ipo-business-model-we-company - WowReits - 2019-05-24 19:38:42 PDT

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The We Co., the parent company of WeWork, announced that they have launched ARK, a real estate platform focused on acquiring, developing and managing properties ally. - Gekko5 - 2019-05-18 21:38:39 PDT

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I would prefer if REIT managers do not get caught up in the WeWork hype. Why? Because although WeWork can make cool offices and encourage people to stop working out of Starbucks and kitchen counters and into their offices, that will only happen for so long. If the individual realizes they cannot afford that office space (or it doesn't generate the expected returns or growth) or if the economy takes a downturn, WeWork will have unfilled office space. At which point the REITs will have a large tenant which cannot pay rent. Also with the hype of WeWorks other coworking startups have followed which are less financially funded and likely to go bankrupt faster, again putting REITs which rent to these companies at risk of default or not renewing rents. I'm sure WeWork offers many benefits and so forth, but again, I hope the seasoned managers of REITs will manage their tenant base with the necessary caution. - Kenbeertt - 2019-04-20 11:46:38 PDT

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Hudson Pacific Properties has really good customers on the list of its top fifteen tenants such as Google, Inc, Netflix, Riot Games, Nutanixx, Inc, Qualcomm, SalesForce.com, Square, Inc. Stanford, Uber Technologies, Inc, Dell EMC Corp., NFL Enterprises, Regus, Backer McKenzie, GitHub, Inc. #HPP also has WeWork on that list, according to Hudson’s Q2-2019-Supplemental report: https:s22.q4cdn.com/675150095/files/doc_financials/quarterly/2019/q2/HPP-Q2-2019-Supplemental-FINAL-min.pdf - CapitalKing - 2019-10-20 13:42:00 PDT

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I have never understood why WeWork is treated like a tech company? It just rents office buildings and then rents out the space (e.g. desks) out to individuals, freelancers, or small/mid size business. The business model is not new, other companies already did this long before WeWork, so the impact to REITs can probably be measured by the impact other similar businesses had, such as Regus. That might not answer your question but just wanted to call this out. - Kev B - 2019-04-19 17:06:32 PDT

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With the lineup of unicorn startups wanting to IPO this year, I wonder if that will change if market goes bullish. - Omick99 - 2019-05-08 13:41:10 PDT

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Has an IPO date for WeWork been declared yet? I keep reading news articles that they are moving ahead with IPO plans and have submitted docs to sec, but I havent found any dates yet. - Atopp - 2019-05-03 13:11:43 PDT

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@Kev B, I very much agree. Also, WeWork already leases office space from SL Green Realty Corp #SLG, Boston Properties #BXP, and Highwood Properties Inc #HIW. I don't think an office REIT operator really much care if its WeWork or another who is renting the office space as long as they are paying the rent and meet the qualifications. - Omick99 - 2019-04-20 09:51:04 PDT



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