Office REIT peer comparison

Peer comparison of largest 15 REITs with rentable office space >1 million m2.   As you know I have invested in REITs lately with Catching the dip #2 – Brookfield Property Partners (BPY) and Catching the dip #4 – Simon Property Group (SPG). Due to their massive yields. Now i'm looking at office REITs as I... Continue Reading →

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Guess what #2!

Yes you guess it right!!! 🙂 We have a 2nd happenes coming our way! Our first Guess what moment was at 2018 April and Big day has arrived at 2018 October. Today we are almost 4 month into labour, so the big day #2 will come at thr end of July. Sooo our most important... Continue Reading →

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Why I don’ pay off Debt early

Short post why I don't pay off our debt early and invest money. First, off our financial liabilities are cheap. Leasing has 2,05% Student loan 1,85% and Mortgage 1,65%, while my investments make on average 5% and I can get that return quitr safe with T or MO and even more with some REITs. Second,... Continue Reading →

Y2020 Net worth update

Net worth declined from 39 kEUR to 32 kEUR mostly due to decrease of RE value. Debts declined. Investments unchanged as new capital compensated value decline. Another thing That I decided to go for is to have a look how our Net worth has changed over the year. Last year it was 39 kEUR. Our... Continue Reading →

Catching the dip #3 – Wells Fargo (WFC)

Bought 20 shares of Wells Fargo (WFC) for 30,6$/share. Total cost - 567 EUR (621$) Annual post-tax dividend inome - 26 EUR. Yield on cost - 4,6%. Looks like my past two purchases of most declined positions BP and BPY sucesfully rebounded. This time I tought to do some diversification and go into sector that... Continue Reading →

2020 Q1 Budget

And the last regular quarterly post after 2020 Q1 Dividend incoma and 2020 Q1 Sports its time to review our budget. It was interesting to see how much we spend and received 🙂 Corona virus is spreading across the globe and we are staying at home for 3rd week now. Income: Our income - 8,7 kEUR on... Continue Reading →

2020 Q1 Sports

So how are we doing at sports. Actualy quite nice :)Run 300 km.Durring first two months I managed to run 55 km or 18% of the annual goal with 28 km during March by going out for a small 1 km run in the morning so in March I manages to do over 25km/mo. which corelates... Continue Reading →

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