Columbia Property Trust, Inc.

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    What is CXP’s Strategy to Enhance Its Competitive Position?

    Columbia Property Trust’s strategy is to invest in a property portfolio that provides the size, quality, and market needed to deliver long-term returns.

    By Peter Barnes
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    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.

    By Peter Barnes
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    An Introduction to Columbia Property Trust

    Columbia Property Trust is a mid-sized office REIT company in the United States with a market capitalization of $3 billion.

    By Peter Barnes
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    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.

    By Peter Barnes
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    Analyzing BioMed Realty’s Higher FFO Payout Ratio

    Bolstered by higher FFO per share, BioMed Realty increased its dividend by 36.5% to $1.31 per common share in 2014—its highest dividend in seven years.

    By Peter Barnes
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    So Why Is Blackstone Acquiring BioMed Realty?

    In October 2015, Blackstone agreed to acquire all BioMed Realty’s outstanding shares of common stock for $23.75 per share—an $8 billion transaction.

    By Peter Barnes
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    Analyzing Alexandria’s Higher Funds from Operations Payout Ratio

    Alexandria’s FFO payout ratio, which was 40.4% in 2010, increased to 61.8% in 2013 and 65.2% in 2014.

    By Peter Barnes
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    Highwoods Properties’ Falling Funds from Operations Payout Ratio

    Highwoods Properties’ (HIW) FFO (funds from operations) increased to $2.90 per share in 2014, compared with $2.81 per share in 2013.

    By Peter Barnes
  • uploads///C DIV
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    Analyzing Douglas Emmett’s Low—but Rising—FFO Payout Ratio

    Bolstered by its higher FFO per share, Douglas Emmett increased its dividend by 9.5% to $0.81 per common share in fiscal 2014, over $0.74 per share in 2013.

    By Peter Barnes
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Analyzing Kilroy Realty’s Funds from Operations Payout Ratio

    FFO payout ratio is the dividend declared per common share divided by the diluted FFO per common share for a given period.

    By Peter Barnes
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    Boston Properties’ Higher FFO Payout Ratio, or Why Dividends Matter

    Boston Properties’ FFO increased to $5.26 per share in 2014, compared to $4.91 per share in 2013. Bolstered by high FFO, it increased its dividend by 46.4%.

    By Peter Barnes
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