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Cap Rate Compression: A Harbinger Forming For REIT Investors?

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Wed, 26 Dec 2012

By Brad Thomas : It is clear to see that REITs today are benefiting from historically low interest rates and that has fuelled their growth over the past several years. This growth has also resulted in general improvement in payout ratios, dividends paid, and financial positions across most of the ...

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