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- Triple net REIT,
- with $0.8 dividend
- 100% occupancy as of Dec 2020 and for Oct, NOV & Dec
- 100% rent collection
- exposure to the casual dining sector was reduced from 4.5% to 2.2%
- no exposure to any theater, health club or early childhood education tenants
- For 2021, Net acquisition is expected to be $320 M

Given, 4.5% yield, with a small price appreciation, expect 10% return. I have opened a 1.5% position.
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How do they fund acquisitions? Disposals and reallocation or are they tapping a credit facility?
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They have credit facility that is not drawn much.
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Here is an Seeking Alpha article that talks about NTST, it is not really hitting on the risks, but not bad overall.

https://seekingalpha.com/article/4397990-buy-netstreit-growt...
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They also have $93 million in cash
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Cash is from their IPO in September no? It's a good portfolio. I don't know that much about management or why they decided to go public. Assuming NTST was a private REIT or PE portfolio before going public. Any idea who the largest shareholders are?
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No new surprises in the 4Q results.
- $92 M cash
- $320 M acquisition planed;
- I expect the company to issue at least $50 to $75 m equity
- Still not clear how all this acquisition will convert into AFFO
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