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H&R Real Estate Inv Trust

HR.UN-T

TSE:HR.UN

16.34
0.04 (0.24%)
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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Analysis and Opinions about HR.UN-T

Signal
Opinion
Expert
Chart
WAIT
WAIT
August 17, 2021
H&R plans to sell a major property He follows it. It's a diversified REIT so are valued very lowly in today's market. It trades at 9x FFO. HR has taken steps to fix their problems, so shareholders must be patient. The underlying value is there. Don't rush to sell it after this tough time, and collect the good dividend. He like Artis REIT with its active management making the fundamental, long-term moves.
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H&R plans to sell a major property He follows it. It's a diversified REIT so are valued very lowly in today's market. It trades at 9x FFO. HR has taken steps to fix their problems, so shareholders must be patient. The underlying value is there. Don't rush to sell it after this tough time, and collect the good dividend. He like Artis REIT with its active management making the fundamental, long-term moves.
Chris Blumas
Price
$16.210
Owned
Unknown
BUY
BUY
August 10, 2021
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks At more than 40 million square feet, H&R remains of the largest REIT stocks in Canada. It pays a solid 4.1% dividend at a safe 38.62% payout ratio and trades at only 8.7x compared to 20x by its peers. HR.UN stock has been a tear, rising from $13.25 in early February to around $16.75 now. However, before Covid, this REIT stock was sailing above $23. Returning to that level may be a stretch, there’s likely still room to run, and investors get paid a juicy dividend to wait. Another one for income investors. Read 3 Promising Office and Mall REIT Stocks for our full analysis.
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Allan Tong’s Discover Picks At more than 40 million square feet, H&R remains of the largest REIT stocks in Canada. It pays a solid 4.1% dividend at a safe 38.62% payout ratio and trades at only 8.7x compared to 20x by its peers. HR.UN stock has been a tear, rising from $13.25 in early February to around $16.75 now. However, before Covid, this REIT stock was sailing above $23. Returning to that level may be a stretch, there’s likely still room to run, and investors get paid a juicy dividend to wait. Another one for income investors. Read 3 Promising Office and Mall REIT Stocks for our full analysis.
BUY
BUY
July 12, 2021
It is a large, diversified REIT. It is recovering from the pandemic. It is trading $3-4 below its pre-COVID high. It is a good one to hold on to.
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It is a large, diversified REIT. It is recovering from the pandemic. It is trading $3-4 below its pre-COVID high. It is a good one to hold on to.
Jamie Murray
Price
$16.970
Owned
No
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 29, 2021
Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly HR is one of Canada's largest REITS with assets over $14 billion. It holds over 43 million square feet of high quality assets in a diversified portfolio. It trades at 8x earnings, compared to peers at 17x and is presently trading below book value. It pays a great dividend, backed by a payout ratio of 36% of cash flow. A good made-in Canada economy recovery story. We would buy this with a stop loss at $13.50, looking to achieve $18 -- upside potential over 10%. Yield 4.23% (Analysts’ price target is $17.64)
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Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly HR is one of Canada's largest REITS with assets over $14 billion. It holds over 43 million square feet of high quality assets in a diversified portfolio. It trades at 8x earnings, compared to peers at 17x and is presently trading below book value. It pays a great dividend, backed by a payout ratio of 36% of cash flow. A good made-in Canada economy recovery story. We would buy this with a stop loss at $13.50, looking to achieve $18 -- upside potential over 10%. Yield 4.23% (Analysts’ price target is $17.64)
SELL STRENGTH
SELL STRENGTH
June 10, 2021
Lots of empty space in Calgary, a boom and bust market. The Bow is one of the best pieces of property in downtown Calgary. Still owed rent by its former major tenant. Paying down debt, improving balance sheet. Did right to cut dividend. Keep it, but he'd sell around $18. Don't buy more. Yield of 4% is pretty good.
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Lots of empty space in Calgary, a boom and bust market. The Bow is one of the best pieces of property in downtown Calgary. Still owed rent by its former major tenant. Paying down debt, improving balance sheet. Did right to cut dividend. Keep it, but he'd sell around $18. Don't buy more. Yield of 4% is pretty good.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 29, 2020

He doesn't own REITs now, especially in offices and retail. How long will it take for their occupancy to return? In REITs, you pay around 90% earnings so there's little wiggle room for error. He'd rather buy retirement homes like Chartwell and Sienna, which offer better growth.

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He doesn't own REITs now, especially in offices and retail. How long will it take for their occupancy to return? In REITs, you pay around 90% earnings so there's little wiggle room for error. He'd rather buy retirement homes like Chartwell and Sienna, which offer better growth.

John Zechner
Price
$13.370
Owned
No
HOLD
HOLD
December 10, 2020
Businesses can't pay rent, and so we've seen a drop. It's collecting a fair amount of rent, good collection of properties, reasonable and sustainable yield. Questionable future demand for office space has spooked people. He owns it personally.
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Businesses can't pay rent, and so we've seen a drop. It's collecting a fair amount of rent, good collection of properties, reasonable and sustainable yield. Questionable future demand for office space has spooked people. He owns it personally.
David Baskin
Price
$14.030
Owned
Yes
SELL
SELL
November 26, 2020
Still down over the year, and will be subject to tax-loss selling. Near-term headwinds of its closed malls. Take profits and move on to something with less volatility and less impacted by Covid.
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Still down over the year, and will be subject to tax-loss selling. Near-term headwinds of its closed malls. Take profits and move on to something with less volatility and less impacted by Covid.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
August 21, 2020
(A Top Pick Sep 17/19, Down 52%) A diversified REIT. This is one they ended up selling. Their mall portfolio has suffered. He was afraid the dividend would come under pressure. Getting access to capital is tough for them.
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(A Top Pick Sep 17/19, Down 52%) A diversified REIT. This is one they ended up selling. Their mall portfolio has suffered. He was afraid the dividend would come under pressure. Getting access to capital is tough for them.
Chris Blumas
Price
$10.210
Owned
No
COMMENT
COMMENT
August 13, 2020
It's the cheapest REIT right now. Cut the dividend, as they should have. Half retail, half office/industrial. He sold, to avoid office risk. You can own it for the yield, as the stock goes sideways. If you want growth, go elsewhere.
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It's the cheapest REIT right now. Cut the dividend, as they should have. Half retail, half office/industrial. He sold, to avoid office risk. You can own it for the yield, as the stock goes sideways. If you want growth, go elsewhere.
HOLD
HOLD
June 25, 2020
It has been a very difficult stock to own. It just cut its distribution in half. Management hopes they are being over cautious. Mall tenants are only paying about 25% of the rents. They have quite a bit of exposure to oil and gas tenants. Your upside is much better than your downside. Their apartment holdings are solid. If retail stays stable from here you might be rewarded.
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It has been a very difficult stock to own. It just cut its distribution in half. Management hopes they are being over cautious. Mall tenants are only paying about 25% of the rents. They have quite a bit of exposure to oil and gas tenants. Your upside is much better than your downside. Their apartment holdings are solid. If retail stays stable from here you might be rewarded.
Andrew Moffs
Price
$9.790
Owned
Unknown
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 4, 2020
Office properties. They may get reconfigured in the future. It has not recovered and still is not all that cheap. They have a heavy debt load.
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Office properties. They may get reconfigured in the future. It has not recovered and still is not all that cheap. They have a heavy debt load.
Jason Mann
Price
$10.290
Owned
Unknown
WATCH
WATCH
April 30, 2020
It is diversified and one of the oldest in Canada. They got into trouble because of their retail portfolio and The Bow in Calgary. They are getting 20% rent collection in malls. There is a high risk to their distributions. Wait for after a distribution cut if you want to buy it.
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It is diversified and one of the oldest in Canada. They got into trouble because of their retail portfolio and The Bow in Calgary. They are getting 20% rent collection in malls. There is a high risk to their distributions. Wait for after a distribution cut if you want to buy it.
Andrew Moffs
Price
$10.300
Owned
Unknown
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 22, 2020
A dividend cut soon? A core holding in their portfolio are REITs. They have a higher weighting to retail and office holdings -- both are likely to be hit harder than most. They have a large exposure in Calgary, which is being impacted by continued low oil prices. He would look at it, but there are other REITs he would rather own.
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A dividend cut soon? A core holding in their portfolio are REITs. They have a higher weighting to retail and office holdings -- both are likely to be hit harder than most. They have a large exposure in Calgary, which is being impacted by continued low oil prices. He would look at it, but there are other REITs he would rather own.
Bryden Teich
Price
$9.050
Owned
No
WATCH
WATCH
March 5, 2020
It is a diversified REIT, owning office buildings with long term leases, Apartments, Malls, and Industrial Warehouses. It has struggled and has great management but capital allocation has been a cause for concern. Once they figure out what to do with two of their assets (The Bow building and Primaris), the stock can lift.
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It is a diversified REIT, owning office buildings with long term leases, Apartments, Malls, and Industrial Warehouses. It has struggled and has great management but capital allocation has been a cause for concern. Once they figure out what to do with two of their assets (The Bow building and Primaris), the stock can lift.
Andrew Moffs
Price
$20.560
Owned
Unknown
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H&R Real Estate Inv Trust(HR.UN-T) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 2

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 3

Total Signals / Votes : 6

Stockchase rating for H&R Real Estate Inv Trust is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

H&R Real Estate Inv Trust(HR.UN-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is H&R Real Estate Inv Trust stock symbol?

H&R Real Estate Inv Trust is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol HR.UN-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (HR.UN-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:HR.UN or HR.UN-T

Is H&R Real Estate Inv Trust a buy or a sell?

In the last year, 6 stock analysts published opinions about HR.UN-T. 2 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 3 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is WAIT. Read the latest stock experts' ratings for H&R Real Estate Inv Trust.

Is H&R Real Estate Inv Trust a good investment or a top pick?

H&R Real Estate Inv Trust was recommended as a Top Pick by Chris Blumas on 2021-08-17. Read the latest stock experts ratings for H&R Real Estate Inv Trust.

Why is H&R Real Estate Inv Trust stock dropping?

Earnings reports or recent company news can cause the stock price to drop. Read stock experts’ recommendations for help on deciding if you should buy, sell or hold the stock.

Is H&R Real Estate Inv Trust worth watching?

6 stock analysts on Stockchase covered H&R Real Estate Inv Trust In the last year. It is a trending stock that is worth watching.

What is H&R Real Estate Inv Trust stock price?

On 2021-09-17, H&R Real Estate Inv Trust (HR.UN-T) stock closed at a price of $16.34.