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Review of H&R Real Estate Investment Trust

SEP 03, 2021 - Jackson Park, HRs flagship asset, currently sits at 62% occupancy, which reflects the pandemic impact on HR. The recent restructuring is a critical step for HR to achieving a more simplified structure and reinstating investor confidence. Rating maintained at B

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Q: Hi, I own the three REIT's, I wanted to sell one or two, which would you recommend as having the best potential over the next five years.

Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Kim on August 17, 2022

Q: I am currently down on the following stocks and etf's and am considering buying more in order to average down. Are there any of the following that you would not purchase at this time?

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Q: I'm a roughly 50/50 income/growth investor with the income being an important part of our retirement income.

Given that REITs are generally high debt equities I'm questioning how they'll fare given the current environment of rising interest rates and and increasing costs. Will they be able to offset those increased costs by raising rents?

I'd first like you to comment on my assumptions as to what is going on. Agree or disagree.

Secondly I'd like you to comment on the specific REITs that I've mentioned. I'm sure they're all different based debt maturities and rental contracts. The average length of their rental contracts may work against them if it's longer while the average maturity of their debt may work for them if it's longer. Cost increases are now.

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