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The EQC-D pricing seems irrational. It essentially is a cash equivalent and I could see it deserves to yield maybe 2% with the 20% Section 199A tax exclusion. It yielding about 5.5% and selling with a 14% premium to par(liquidation value). If you take the 3.5% yield premium that says Mr Market is betting this won't be liquidated for at least 4 years. On the website the property count looks to be 7 left.
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