A bubble in A-REITs?

As far back as 2004 my colleague Gareth Brown was warning Intelligent Investor Share Advisor members that the listed property sector (now known as the A-REIT sector) was no longer a haven for conservative income investors. Property valuations were high, debt levels were staggeringly high and simple trust structures had given way to complex beasts such as Goodman Group, which housed a typical property portfolio, a massive funds management business and a string of impregnable joint ventures and co-investments. Share prices and distributions across the sector continued to increase dramatically up until 2008 when the gig was up. While the...

As far back as 2004 my colleague Gareth Brown was warning Intelligent Investor Share Advisor members that the listed property sector (now known as the A-REIT sector) was no longer a haven for conservative income investors.

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