they will raise it the standard .075 as per usual, but a higher hike is not coming this year due to the large amount of projects in the pipeline. They would rather not issue more or as many units to fund projects and acquisitions and keep the distribution on the straight and narrow for this year. Keep in mind the folks making these decisions would benefit the MOST from an increased distribution as they hold many of the units. If they are not raising it more than the typical amount, I am willing to bet there is a good reason. I would look for perhaps a .1 increase to begin in quarter 2 of next year. That's a prediction, but there will be no bump this year, that much I know.