GGP and Other Retail REITs Struggle to Exist in Digital Era
During 1Q17, General Growth Properties’ (GGP) occupancy rate (same-store leased percentage) fell to 95.9% from 96.6% in 1Q16.
How Does GGP Manage Its Balance Sheet?
GGP reached a debt-to-equity ratio 2.2x in 2014, its highest in the last five years.
How AvalonBay Communities Leverages Its Balance Sheet
AvalonBay has been able to maintain a low debt-to-equity ratio in the last five years. The company reported a debt-to-equity ratio of ~1.5x in 1Q17.
GGP: Redevelopment Helps Drive Traffic to Changing Malls
Mall owners such as GGP (GGP), Simon Property Group (SPG), DDR (DDR), and Kimco Realty (KIM) are redeveloping their vacant areas that were once occupied by anchor tenants.
GGP Inc.—A Growth Story amid Struggling Retail REITs
Despite the belief that US malls are giving way to e-commerce, malls are adapting to consumers’ changing needs. Mall owner GGP (GGP) has been able to maintain its earnings streak since 2012.
Evaluating Store Capital’s Revenue and Income Rise in 3Q15
After its fiscal 3Q15 earnings report, Store Capital rose by 0.74% to close at $21.82 per share on November 12, 2015.
REITs: Investing in Real Estate Without Managing It
Most REITs are equity REITs, but a small proportion of them, such as Annaly Capital (NLY), invest in mortgages and mortgage-backed securities.