Douglas Emmett Inc
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Douglas Emmett’s Leverage: A Tale of Dependence, or of Improvement?
At the end of fiscal 2014, Douglas Emmett’s consolidated debt was $3.4 billion, up by 6% over 2013. Since 2015, its total debt has seen moderate declines.
What’s Funding BioMed Realty’s Acquisitions?
At the end of 2014, BioMed Realty’s consolidated debt was $2.7 billion. Its total debt rose from $1.5 billion in 2010 to $3 billion as of September 2015.
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.
Peer Group Comparison: SL Green Realty Trades at Lower Multiple
A closer look at SL Green Realty’s (SLG) trailing-12-month price-to-FFO multiple shows that it is in line with its historical valuation.
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.
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.
The Lowdown on Boston Properties’ High EV-to-EBITDA: Investor Takeaways
Boston Properties’ EV-to-EBITDA ratio shows that it is in line with its historical valuation, with an EV-to-EBITDA ratio of around 19.9x as of November 27.
Boston Properties’ Price-to-FFO Multiple Stands Tall among Peers
Boston Properties’ TTM price-to-FFO ratio is in line with its historical valuation, with a current price-to-FFO ratio of around 21.8x as of November 27.
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.
Why September’s rising payrolls matter for office REITs
In September, payrolls increased by 248,000, which came in well above Wall Street expectations of 215,000. The ADP survey predicted the number would come in at 213,000.