Northview Apartment Real Estate

NVU.UN-T

Analysis and Opinions about NVU.UN-T

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HOLD
HOLD
December 22, 2006
Multi-residential real estate, primarily in northern territories. Strong management. Low debt leverage and low payout ratio. Expects them to consolidate multi-residential properties.
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Multi-residential real estate, primarily in northern territories. Strong management. Low debt leverage and low payout ratio. Expects them to consolidate multi-residential properties.
BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
November 21, 2006
Multi-residential REIT. Focused in Northern and remote locations. First calibre management team. Very prudent in leverage levels and payout ratios.
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Multi-residential REIT. Focused in Northern and remote locations. First calibre management team. Very prudent in leverage levels and payout ratios.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
November 3, 2006
(A Top Pick March 31/06. Up 13.7%.) Rental accommodations in northern properties. Not much competition. Higher operating costs. Conservative payout ratio.
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(A Top Pick March 31/06. Up 13.7%.) Rental accommodations in northern properties. Not much competition. Higher operating costs. Conservative payout ratio.
BUY
BUY
October 30, 2006
Northern Alberta and Northwest Territories has had a tremendous boom. Good holding for long-term investors.
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Northern Alberta and Northwest Territories has had a tremendous boom. Good holding for long-term investors.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 20, 2006
(A Top Pick June 2/06. Up 13%.) Hope to make 10% a year off of this. Have some growth and raise their distributions every year by 3 or 4%. Yield is around 6%.
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(A Top Pick June 2/06. Up 13%.) Hope to make 10% a year off of this. Have some growth and raise their distributions every year by 3 or 4%. Yield is around 6%.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 10, 2006
Mostly owns residential apartment buildings in Canada's north. Great growth. Distribution that is well below average so there is lots of room for increases. Very healthy balance sheet. Biggest tenants are governments.
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Mostly owns residential apartment buildings in Canada's north. Great growth. Distribution that is well below average so there is lots of room for increases. Very healthy balance sheet. Biggest tenants are governments.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
September 8, 2006
(A Top Pick Jun 2/06. Up 2.5%.) About a 6% yield. Properties in areas where there is strong growth.. A safe way to park some money.
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(A Top Pick Jun 2/06. Up 2.5%.) About a 6% yield. Properties in areas where there is strong growth.. A safe way to park some money.
HOLD
HOLD
July 7, 2006
Own about 4500 rental properties in northern Canada. They have to deal with higher fuel costs but they can pass most of that through.
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Own about 4500 rental properties in northern Canada. They have to deal with higher fuel costs but they can pass most of that through.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 2, 2006
(A Top Pick March 24/06. Down 5.5%.) Did an equity to raise some financing so has been under pressure. A Top Pick for more conservative investors.
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(A Top Pick March 24/06. Down 5.5%.) Did an equity to raise some financing so has been under pressure. A Top Pick for more conservative investors.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
May 19, 2006
Residences requirements in the oil sand area have been growing exponentially in the last 3/4 years. Now starting to branch off into retirement and senior care businesses. This will add a little bit of risk.
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Residences requirements in the oil sand area have been growing exponentially in the last 3/4 years. Now starting to branch off into retirement and senior care businesses. This will add a little bit of risk.
BUY
BUY
April 7, 2006
A REIT that has good properties in areas that have higher growth.
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A REIT that has good properties in areas that have higher growth.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
April 4, 2006
Main part of their business is residential rental property in northern Canada. As oil/mining booms, they are the prime beneficiary. Largest tenant is the federal government. Drop in price and is a good opportunity to buy.
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Main part of their business is residential rental property in northern Canada. As oil/mining booms, they are the prime beneficiary. Largest tenant is the federal government. Drop in price and is a good opportunity to buy.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
March 31, 2006
Recently acquired a long-term facility in Alberta. Think they will do an equity issue shortly. Good name. Very strong management. Have the ability to increase distributions.
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Recently acquired a long-term facility in Alberta. Think they will do an equity issue shortly. Good name. Very strong management. Have the ability to increase distributions.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
March 24, 2006
Owns multi-residential real estate in some high-growth areas. This one is a defensive pick. Gives about a 5% yield. Sees some good growth and stability due to increased migration into Alberta and the North.
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Owns multi-residential real estate in some high-growth areas. This one is a defensive pick. Gives about a 5% yield. Sees some good growth and stability due to increased migration into Alberta and the North.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
December 16, 2005
Some relative risks in that it is somewhat a closed market up north and more competition, but it has a little bit higher income than the average. Management has a significant participation in the ownership. Debt level is low. A good value situation.
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Some relative risks in that it is somewhat a closed market up north and more competition, but it has a little bit higher income than the average. Management has a significant participation in the ownership. Debt level is low. A good value situation.
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