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Koger has quite a few executives that bought stock within the past year at prices north of $16.50 a share. Now that the downsizing has occureed, I would assume this company will be cracking the whip to get the stock back up to previous levels.

The proeprties are located in the south and southwest and should not be impacted from incereased operating costs as much as other reits located in other cooler climates, therby having less effect on net income and ffo.

The managment also needs to "get with the program" and leverage press announcements to its benfit when completeing all new leases and completting major lease renewals. All the other reits do it.

Otherwise, Koger will most likely be gobbled up by a larger reit with managment that knows how to dirve this wiinebago in the fast lane.

Let's go Crocker and pals, put the pedal to the metal!
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