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|Subject: Re: a few good reits||Date: 2/10/2013 8:44 PM|
|Author: Reitnut||Number: 73666 of 77311|
Itangel, O and MNR may be good choices, but I don't follow them actively. You might want to review some of the O and MNR threads on this board.
I like KIM, despite the problems it had (including a dividend cut and excessive leverage) during the Great Depression. They are slowly but steadily selling off their non-core, non-retail assets, improving their asset quality and their balance sheet. SS NOI growth has been pretty good. They are dividend-friendly.
It's difficult finding really solid equity REITs, with good balance sheets, that pay a dividend yield of over 4% these days (and where they are not overpaying their dividend).
Besides KIM, you might take a look at HCN, HCP (both healthcare), HIW (suburban office), BMR (life science) and, of course, ROIC (strip centers), all of which yield over 4%, have solid balance sheets, and good to excellent management teams. I own all of these except for HCP, so I do have confidence in them.
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