Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc
A Look at Alexandria’s Geographic Coverage
Alexandria’s geographic coverage spans markets such as Greater Boston, San Francisco, New York City, San Diego, Seattle, and Maryland.
BioMed Realty Is Trading at a Discount Compared to Peers—For Now
A close look at BioMed Realty’s TTM price-to-FFO ratio shows that the company is in line with its historical valuation. Its current ratio is ~16.3x.
Investing in Columbia Property Trust through ETFs
CXP is a mid-sized stock on the NYSE, with a market capitalization of $3 billion. Consequently, it sees allocation in some REIT-specific ETFs.
Alexandria: Flying High with Higher Occupancy Levels
Occupancy rate is the number of units that are rented out to residents by a company in proportion to the total number of units in the building or community.
Interpreting BioMed Realty’s EV-to-EBITDA Multiple
A close look at BioMed Realty Trust’s EV-to-EBITDA multiple shows that its ratio is in line with its historical valuation, with a current ratio of ~14.8x.
Alexandria: Earnings Margin to Remain at an Elevated Level
Alexandria (ARE) recorded an EBITDA margin of 62.5% in 2014, the lowest earnings margin recorded by the company in the last five years.
Alexandria’s Strategy to Generate Sustainable Growth
Alexandria’s strategy is to acquire, develop, and redevelop properties in target cluster markets.
Property Acquisitions May Boost Alexandria’s Operating Income
Alexandria seeks property acquisition opportunities with in-place cash flows and the possibility of near-term lease-up.
Alexandria: Diversified Tenant Base and Lease Expirations
Alexandria Real Estate Equities (ARE) has a diversified tenant base, which reduces the company’s dependence on any particular industry.
Highwoods Properties’ Moderate Revenue Growth in Recent Years
In comparison to its peer group, Highwoods Properties posted a moderate revenue growth.
An Overview of Alexandria’s Property Portfolio
Alexandria Real Estate Equities’ total property portfolio has witnessed healthy growth during the past five years.
Highwoods Properties Acquires Trophy Assets in Recent Years
Highwoods Properties (HIW) acquires properties in the best business districts to strengthen its competitive position in the market.
Highwoods Properties’ Diversified Tenant Base
Highwoods Properties’ top five tenants occupy an area of 3 million square feet or 11% of the company’s total rentable area.
Why Douglas Emmett Is Snatching up Properties in Supply-Constrained Markets
Douglas Emmett acquires properties in supply-constrained markets with high entry barriers. This provides a competitive advantage and holds off competition.
Kilroy Realty: Standing Tall with Highest Earnings Margin
Kilroy Realty’s earnings margin is much higher than the industry average of 52.3% and those recorded by its peers.
Sizing up Douglas Emmett’s Diversified Tenant Base and Lease Expirations
Douglas Emmett has a diversified tenant base across a range of industries. Such diversity reduces dependence on any particular industry.
What Is Kilroy Realty’s Value Creation Strategy?
Kilroy Realty expects its strategy to generate higher rental income and higher occupancy levels in the years to come.
Running down Douglas Emmett’s Geographically-Concentrated Property Portfolio
Douglas Emmett targets markets with significant supply constraints and acquires class A office properties and premier multifamily communities.
Kilroy Realty: Lease Expiration and Tenant Management
As of fiscal ended 2014, 49.5% of the Kilroy Realty’s leases were long term in nature, expiring after 2020.
An Insight into Kilroy Realty’s Geographic Coverage
Kilroy Realty (KRC) is present in some of the West Coast’s premier office sub-markets.
A Look at Kilroy Realty’s Property Portfolio
The increase in Kilroy Realty’s office property portfolio was due to the acquisition of properties to create long-term value.
Kilroy Realty Corporation: What Does it Do?
Kilroy Realty Corporation (KRC) was founded in 1996 by John B. Kilroy Jr.
Boston Properties’ Cost Structure, EBITDA Margin, and Other Must-Knows
Boston Properties (BXP) consolidated costs were $1.6 billion for fiscal 2014—up by 12.1% over 2013—on the heels of a 25.7% total cost rise in 2013.
Why Property Development Matters So Much to Boston Properties
Boston Properties believes in generating consistent earnings growth and value creation over the coming years through existing and new property development.
Making Sense of Boston Properties’ Geographically Concentrated Portfolio
Boston Properties concentrates on some of the highest-growth markets in the US, including Boston, New York, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.