H&R Real Estate Inv Trust

HR.UN-T

TSE:HR.UN

21.59
0.00 (0.00%)
H&R Real Estate Investment Trust is a Canadian open-ended real estate investment trust, specializing in commercial real estate, and based in Toronto, Ontario. It is the third largest REIT in Canada by market capitalization.
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BUY
BUY
January 21, 2020
It's been in a tight range and will continue to. It's now near the bottom of that range, so buy away. It's approaching the sweet spot.
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It's been in a tight range and will continue to. It's now near the bottom of that range, so buy away. It's approaching the sweet spot.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 15, 2020
A granddaddy among Canadian REITS. Solid managers, but have struggled because they are a diversified REIT. Their retail holdings of secondary malls have struggled. They own office buildings in Calgary, which is economically struggling. They also own retail in Toronto, plus a small holding number of attractive apartments in the US. They haven't yet fixed their problems. At least the dividend is safe.
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A granddaddy among Canadian REITS. Solid managers, but have struggled because they are a diversified REIT. Their retail holdings of secondary malls have struggled. They own office buildings in Calgary, which is economically struggling. They also own retail in Toronto, plus a small holding number of attractive apartments in the US. They haven't yet fixed their problems. At least the dividend is safe.
BUY
BUY
January 14, 2020
It's underperformed other REITs, but pays over a 6% yield. They've been pulling out of US malls and getting into multi-residential communities. The lower stock price now is a good entry.
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It's underperformed other REITs, but pays over a 6% yield. They've been pulling out of US malls and getting into multi-residential communities. The lower stock price now is a good entry.
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PAST TOP PICK
January 3, 2020
(A Top Pick Jan 03/19, Up 9%) It has underperformed since the prospect of interest rates has changed. It continues to trade as the only REIT at a discount to its NAV -- the cheapest REIT out there. Its largest single building is in Calgary, so if oil prices could rise they will rise faster than the rest.
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(A Top Pick Jan 03/19, Up 9%) It has underperformed since the prospect of interest rates has changed. It continues to trade as the only REIT at a discount to its NAV -- the cheapest REIT out there. Its largest single building is in Calgary, so if oil prices could rise they will rise faster than the rest.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
December 16, 2019
(A Top Pick Sep 17/19, Down 9%) A diversified REIT for income investors. It's really cheap at less than 12x cash flow, paying almost a 7% dividend. Small earnings growth ahead.
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(A Top Pick Sep 17/19, Down 9%) A diversified REIT for income investors. It's really cheap at less than 12x cash flow, paying almost a 7% dividend. Small earnings growth ahead.
BUY
BUY
December 13, 2019

She owns this and really likes the yield. They owned the Bow building in Calgary for Encana, so there may have been some speculation that Encana's move to the US would hurt them. However, she says they are under long term lease and the company has announced no personnel changes in Calgary. Yield 6%

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She owns this and really likes the yield. They owned the Bow building in Calgary for Encana, so there may have been some speculation that Encana's move to the US would hurt them. However, she says they are under long term lease and the company has announced no personnel changes in Calgary. Yield 6%

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 10, 2019
Never been a fan. They're diversified, which is both good and bad. Hard to analyze them. A complicated story and they underperform. He wants to see a theme in a REIT and he doesn't see it here. He doesn't know what H&R does--they're all over the place.
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Never been a fan. They're diversified, which is both good and bad. Hard to analyze them. A complicated story and they underperform. He wants to see a theme in a REIT and he doesn't see it here. He doesn't know what H&R does--they're all over the place.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 2, 2019
It's range-bound and getting to the lower end, which may lead to an entry point. It's a low-risk investment. The CEO owns a lot of stock. The downside is protected, but don't expect much on the upside. He's concerned about their big mall portfolio, because malls aren't doing too well. Also, he's not impressed with the total return.
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It's range-bound and getting to the lower end, which may lead to an entry point. It's a low-risk investment. The CEO owns a lot of stock. The downside is protected, but don't expect much on the upside. He's concerned about their big mall portfolio, because malls aren't doing too well. Also, he's not impressed with the total return.
HOLD
HOLD
November 27, 2019
A $6 billion asset holder -- the grand daddy in the Canadian REIT space. The dividend is probably safe. They have some weakness in the retail mall space they own in the US. It is a hold. Yield 6.4%
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A $6 billion asset holder -- the grand daddy in the Canadian REIT space. The dividend is probably safe. They have some weakness in the retail mall space they own in the US. It is a hold. Yield 6.4%
SELL
SELL
November 19, 2019
It keeps failing to break $24. It's rolling over and will fall to $20, perhaps lower. Anything retail is under big pressure now.
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It keeps failing to break $24. It's rolling over and will fall to $20, perhaps lower. Anything retail is under big pressure now.
HOLD
HOLD
November 4, 2019

They have an EnCana building. EnCana has moved away. The sectors they are in are difficult, but they are diversified. The distribution is very safe. He is not too concerned short term with EnCana moving. He would continue to hold it if he owned it.

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They have an EnCana building. EnCana has moved away. The sectors they are in are difficult, but they are diversified. The distribution is very safe. He is not too concerned short term with EnCana moving. He would continue to hold it if he owned it.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
October 31, 2019
Diverse. Higher yield than peers. Diversified portfolios aren't her favourite. Cautious on retail portfolio, as malls are struggling and hindering H&R's growth. Encana being a leaseholder in Calgary might concern investors. Distribution on hold for a while. Around 45% levered, so nothing of risk. Close to fairly valued, doesn't see growth potential.
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Diverse. Higher yield than peers. Diversified portfolios aren't her favourite. Cautious on retail portfolio, as malls are struggling and hindering H&R's growth. Encana being a leaseholder in Calgary might concern investors. Distribution on hold for a while. Around 45% levered, so nothing of risk. Close to fairly valued, doesn't see growth potential.
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PAST TOP PICK
October 29, 2019

(A Top Pick Jan 03/19, Up 14%) The only REIT that trades at a discount to NAV. The yield is 6%. It has another 10% in it plus the yield. They have Calgary office space exposure, but they still get paid by Encana.

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(A Top Pick Jan 03/19, Up 14%) The only REIT that trades at a discount to NAV. The yield is 6%. It has another 10% in it plus the yield. They have Calgary office space exposure, but they still get paid by Encana.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
September 17, 2019
Pays a 6.12% yield, low risk, though offers limited growth of 1-2% FFO growth. They have streamlined with diversified properties in office, retail, industrial and residential. They're re-allocation capital in higher-growth markets.
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Pays a 6.12% yield, low risk, though offers limited growth of 1-2% FFO growth. They have streamlined with diversified properties in office, retail, industrial and residential. They're re-allocation capital in higher-growth markets.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 22, 2019
It's diversified, owning office, retail, residential. They have long-term leases, 10 years on average, which is good. This offers some security in a recession. They've sold nearly $2 billion of assets in the past two years, but have been growing a portfolio in the US sunbelt, which she likes. Retail is in closed malls, but not performing well. A catalyst is the sale of Bow, a Calgary office tower, soon. Maybe the yield will rise in 2020. This is fully valued and the diversification stunts growth.
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It's diversified, owning office, retail, residential. They have long-term leases, 10 years on average, which is good. This offers some security in a recession. They've sold nearly $2 billion of assets in the past two years, but have been growing a portfolio in the US sunbelt, which she likes. Retail is in closed malls, but not performing well. A catalyst is the sale of Bow, a Calgary office tower, soon. Maybe the yield will rise in 2020. This is fully valued and the diversification stunts growth.
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