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  • kretchmard kretchmard Sep 4, 2001 8:40 AM Flag

    sell recommendations

    Compared to the money coming out of most of the market, the money going into REITs has been small. Since these stocks have such a small capitalization, even this small inflow of cash has caused their prices to firm.

    I think the real price appreciation is yet to come, when retiring boomers look for an area to invest that will give them a decent cash flow.

    Apartment REITs are the most stable, since people have to have a place to live. Although TCR is not a "blue chip" apartment REIT, it still represents a good value since it is paying an almost 50% greater return than the first tier apartment REITs.

    The dividend appears to be safe, rising at a moderate pace, and even has some tax benefit.

    As always, diversification is important, but TCR is a "cornerstone of my REIT portfolio.

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