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Why savvy real estate investors are looking at mid-level malls


For example, Tennessee-based CBL & Associates Properties and Ohio-based Washington Prime Group saw dividends ... Changes to the tax law also mean income from real estate investment trusts will pass through to investors, possibly making these ...


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February 13, 2018 09:30AM Jefferson Valley Mall High dividends have some investors taking a second look at “class B” shopping centers. Due to falling share prices, mall operators’ dividends have increased dramatically, some well over 15 percent, the Wall Street Journal reportedFor example, Tennessee-based CBL & Associates Properties and Ohio-based Washington Prime Group saw dividends spike 19 and 18 percent, respectively, last year, even as shares nosedived Still, the federal tax overhaul, coupled with rising income of consumers, could act in favor of mall operatorsChanges to the tax law also mean income from real estate investment trusts will pass through to investors, possibly making these underperforming assets more appealing to investors.

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