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Review of Dream Industrial Real Estate Investment Trust

NOV 01, 2022 - With the continued evolution of supply chains, the importance of a favorably positioned industrial portfolio has never been greater. DIR’s well-located portfolio continues to attract strong logistics-focused tenants and the embedded growth opportunities within the development pipeline enhanced outlook for DIR. Coverage initiated at a rating of'B+'.

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Q: Would you buy any Cdn REITs at this point...and if yes, what 3 (and in what order) would you buy at current prices.? Thank you as always for your great insight.

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