- Yield = 7.60% (2014) 8.00% (2015)
- Price-to-book Ratio = 1.142
- Assets per unit = $1.159
- Debt per unit = $0.388 (including current liabilities)
- Gearing = 33.5%
Yield is at a strong 7.60% in 2014 and 8.00% in 2015 which is quite high, second only to Viva Industrial Trust. However, its price-to-book ratio is also at the high of 1.142 which means we are paying almost 15% premium for the property. I wonder how the valuation is done and if it is valued so lowly, what does it show on the economy in Germany.
We will take the statistics at face value and analyze. Same to Viva Industrial Trust, high yield and high price-to-book ratio. I will choose Viva Industrial Trust over IREIT Global for higher yield and lower price-to-book ratio, especially when it has recently XD-ed and price has dropped to an acceptable level.
Statistics-wise, it is not favourable but I am applying for 4 lots to gain exposure and experience on European REITs.
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