U.S. – Top Yield Equity REITs – Find Price-To-FFO

Dividend yield is one of the main reasons why investors buy REIT stocks. Do not fall into the trap that higher yield means better stock. Funds from operations (FFO) is an important metric that measures cash generation. For REITs, FFO is a better indicator of performance than earnings.

Equity REITs Ranked by Dividend Yield

Total 169 Equity REITs

Share Price, Price-to-FFO, Dividend Yield – As of 10 April 2015

Sector’s Price-to-FFO – Median Price-to-FFO by sector

FFO in accordance with NAREIT definition from last available quarter (Mostly Q4-2014).

Some companies have not published FFO (That explains blank spaces).

# COMPANY TICKER PROPERTY SECTOR SHARE PRICE PRICE-TO-FFO SECTOR’S PRICE-TO-FFO DIV. YIELD
1 NorthStar Realty Finance Corp. NRF Diversified 18.31 8.7
2 Bluerock Residential Growth REIT, Inc. Class A BRG Residential 13.4 8.7
3 Gladstone Commercial Corporation GOOD Industrial/Office 18.5 7.1 16.1 8.1
4 Select Income REIT SIR Diversified 24.44 9.7 16.9 7.9
5 Government Properties Income Trust GOV Industrial/Office 22.49 10.0 16.1 7.6
6 Independence Realty Trust, Inc. IRT Residential 9.55 17.1 19.1 7.5
7 CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust, Inc. CORR Infrastructure 6.92 21.6 21.6 7.5
8 Senior Housing Properties Trust SNH Health Care 21.45 11.2 17.6 7.3
9 Whitestone REIT WSR Diversified 15.76 17.9 16.9 7.2
10 Investors Real Estate Trust IRET Diversified 7.33 10.8 16.9 7.1
11 City Office REIT, Inc. CIO Industrial/Office 13.27 18.4 16.1 7.1
12 Lexington Realty Trust LXP Diversified 9.68 9.7 16.9 7.0
13 UMH Properties, Inc. UMH Residential 10.44 16.3 19.1 6.9
14 One Liberty Properties, Inc. OLP Diversified 23.55 17.8 16.9 6.6
15 Chambers Street Properties CSG Industrial/Office 7.79 13.9 16.1 6.5
16 Armada Hoffler Properties, Inc. AHH Diversified 10.52 13.2 16.9 6.5
17 Preferred Apartment Communities, Inc. APTS Residential 11.14 11.1 19.1 6.3
18 EPR Properties EPR Diversified 58.5 13.3 16.9 6.2
19 Hospitality Properties Trust HPT Lodging/Resorts 31.97 9.2 16.3 6.1
20 Franklin Street Properties Corp. FSP Industrial/Office 12.55 11.6 16.1 6.1
21 STAG Industrial, Inc. STAG Industrial/Office 22.33 16.4 16.1 6.0
22 Gaming and Leisure Properties, Inc. WI GLPI Diversified 36.7 16.1 16.9 5.9
23 Medical Properties Trust, Inc. MPW Health Care 14.93 24.9 17.6 5.9
24 GEO Group Inc GEO Diversified 43.07 15.4 16.9 5.8
25 Spirit Realty Capital, Inc. SRC Retail 11.84 14.8 18.6 5.7
26 W.P. Carey Inc. WPC Diversified 66.92 16.9 16.9 5.7
27 Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc. OHI Health Care 38.86 14.3 17.6 5.6
28 CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. CBL Retail 19.1 5.8 18.6 5.5
29 Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation Class A MNR Industrial/Office 10.83 19.3 16.1 5.5
30 New Senior Investment Group Inc SNR Health Care 16.62 18.1 17.6 5.5
31 Agree Realty Corporation ADC Retail 32.65 14.3 18.6 5.5
32 Inland Real Estate Corporation IRC Retail 10.57 10.6 18.6 5.4
33 Corrections Corporation of America CXW Diversified 40.08 15.0 16.9 5.4
34 Liberty Property Trust LPT Industrial/Office 35.41 13.2 16.1 5.4
35 HCP, Inc. HCP Health Care 42.64 15.2 17.6 5.3
36 Trade Street Residential, Inc. TSRE Residential 7.18 35.9 19.1 5.3
37 First Potomac Realty Trust FPO Industrial/Office 11.34 10.5 16.1 5.3
38 Digital Realty Trust, Inc. DLR Diversified 65.22 11.6 16.9 5.2
39 DuPont Fabros Technology, Inc. DFT Diversified 32.43 14.0 16.9 5.2
40 Physicians Realty Trust DOC Health Care 17.53 23.1 17.6 5.1
41 Iron Mountain, Inc. IRM Diversified 37.17 33.2 16.9 5.1
42 Ashford Hospitality Trust, Inc. AHT Lodging/Resorts 9.59 15.0 16.3 5.0
43 Getty Realty Corp. GTY Retail 17.72 11.7 18.6 5.0
44 Sabra Health Care REIT, Inc. SBRA Health Care 31.78 14.7 17.6 4.9
45 BioMed Realty Trust, Inc. BMR Industrial/Office 21.24 15.2 16.1 4.9
46 National Health Investors, Inc. NHI Health Care 69.8 16.3 17.6 4.9
47 CareTrust REIT Inc CTRE Health Care 13.47 14.0 17.6 4.8
48 Universal Health Realty Income Trust UHT Health Care 53.81 18.4 17.6 4.7
49 Urstadt Biddle Properties Inc. Class A UBA Retail 21.76 22.7 18.6 4.7
50 Piedmont Office Realty Trust, Inc. Class A PDM Industrial/Office 18.25 11.4 16.1 4.6
51 Washington Real Estate Investment Trust WRE Diversified 26.11 16.3 16.9 4.6
52 Realty Income Corporation O Retail 49.51 19.3 18.6 4.6
53 OUTFRONT Media Inc. OUT Diversified 29.63 13.0 16.9 4.6
54 Excel Trust, Inc EXL Retail 15.82 26.4 18.6 4.6
55 Lamar Advertising Company Class A LAMR Diversified 60 10.5 16.9 4.5
56 LTC Properties, Inc. LTC Health Care 45.21 17.7 17.6 4.5
57 Columbia Property Trust, Inc. CXP Industrial/Office 26.62 13.6 16.1 4.5
58 Home Properties, Inc. HME Residential 67.68 14.6 19.1 4.5
59 New York REIT, Inc. NYRT Industrial/Office 10.27 11.2 16.1 4.5
60 Healthcare Realty Trust Incorporated HR Health Care 26.82 17.6 17.6 4.5
61 CatchMark Timber Trust, Inc. Class A CTT Timber 11.36 56.8 27.3 4.4
62 Chesapeake Lodging Trust CHSP Lodging/Resorts 31.88 21.0 16.3 4.4
63 Parkway Properties, Inc. PKY Industrial/Office 17.1 13.8 16.1 4.4
64 Ramco-Gershenson Properties Trust RPT Retail 18.34 91.7 18.6 4.4
65 Health Care REIT, Inc. HCN Health Care 76.19 22.1 17.6 4.3
66 Hersha Hospitality Trust Class A HT Lodging/Resorts 6.48 13.5 16.3 4.3
67 Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. RHP Lodging/Resorts 60.52 8.6 16.3 4.3
68 Healthcare Trust of America, Inc. Class A HTA Health Care 27.08 20.5 17.6 4.3
69 STORE Capital Corporation STOR Retail 23.36 18.3 18.6 4.3
70 RLJ Lodging Trust RLJ Lodging/Resorts 30.93 14.6 16.3 4.3
71 Retail Properties of America, Inc. Class A RPAI Retail 15.85 15.2 18.6 4.2
72 Education Realty Trust, Inc. EDR Residential 34.48 16.6 19.1 4.2
73 National Retail Properties, Inc. NNN Retail 40.68 18.2 18.6 4.1
74 Plum Creek Timber Company, Inc. PCL Timber 42.63 27.3 27.3 4.1
75 Sun Communities, Inc. SUI Residential 63.28 31.6 19.1 4.1
76 Chatham Lodging Trust CLDT Lodging/Resorts 29.4 32.0 16.3 4.1
77 Mid-America Apartment Communities, Inc. MAA Residential 75.67 14.0 19.1 4.1
78 Xenia Hotels & Resorts, Inc. XHR Lodging/Resorts 22.84 4.0
79 Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. HST Lodging/Resorts 19.93 12.5 16.3 4.0
80 Winthrop Realty Trust FUR Diversified 16.24 4.0
81 CyrusOne, Inc. CONE Diversified 31.62 29.3 16.9 4.0
82 LaSalle Hotel Properties LHO Lodging/Resorts 37.83 16.3 16.3 4.0
83 Weingarten Realty Investors WRI Retail 34.86 17.1 18.6 4.0
84 Brandywine Realty Trust BDN Industrial/Office 15.21 12.7 16.1 3.9
85 Rouse Properties, Inc. RSE Retail 18.36 12.8 18.6 3.9
86 Kite Realty Group Trust KRG Retail 27.87 13.9 18.6 3.9
87 Crown Castle International Corp CCI Infrastructure 84.69 18.1 21.6 3.9
88 Retail Opportunity Investments Corp. ROIC Retail 17.71 21.1 18.6 3.8
89 Potlatch Corporation PCH Timber 39.14 20.0 27.3 3.8
90 Corporate Office Properties Trust OFC Industrial/Office 28.92 21.3 16.1 3.8
91 Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust PEI Retail 22.12 9.4 18.6 3.8
92 Rayonier Inc. RYN Timber 26.35 94.1 27.3 3.8
93 EastGroup Properties, Inc. EGP Industrial/Office 60.13 16.5 16.1 3.8
94 DDR Corp. DDR Retail 18.3 20.8 18.6 3.8
95 Highwoods Properties, Inc. HIW Industrial/Office 45.32 15.3 16.1 3.8
96 Kimco Realty Corporation KIM Retail 25.91 17.0 18.6 3.7
97 Sotherly Hotels Inc. SOHO Lodging/Resorts 7.63 10.6 16.3 3.7
98 Camden Property Trust CPT Residential 76.63 19.4 19.1 3.7
99 American Campus Communities, Inc. ACC Residential 41.83 14.3 19.1 3.6
100 Weyerhaeuser Company WY Timber 32.25 26.0 27.3 3.6
101 DiamondRock Hospitality Company DRH Lodging/Resorts 13.95 18.4 16.3 3.6
102 Brixmor Property Group, Inc. BRX Retail 25.22 14.7 18.6 3.6
103 QTS Realty Trust, Inc. Class A QTS Diversified 36.5 16.9 16.9 3.5
104 Summit Hotel Properties, Inc., INN Lodging/Resorts 13.52 17.8 16.3 3.5
105 Gladstone Land Corp. LAND Diversified 12.16 32.3 16.9 3.5
106 Associated Estates Realty Corporation AEC Residential 24.37 18.5 19.1 3.4
107 Prologis, Inc. PLD Industrial/Office 42.49 20.8 16.1 3.4
108 Equity One, Inc. EQY Retail 26.09 26.1 18.6 3.4
109 UDR, Inc. UDR Residential 32.99 20.6 19.1 3.4
110 Urban Edge Properties UE Retail 23.99 3.3
111 CoreSite Realty Corporation COR Diversified 50.52 20.7 16.9 3.3
112 DCT Industrial Trust Inc. DCT Industrial/Office 33.76 18.3 16.1 3.3
113 Duke Realty Corporation DRE Industrial/Office 20.54 25.7 16.1 3.3
114 Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc. SKT Retail 34.73 21.7 18.6 3.3
115 Sovran Self Storage, Inc. SSS Self Storage 91.95 21.3 22.4 3.3
116 Saul Centers, Inc. BFS Retail 53.79 21.7 18.6 3.2
117 Mack-Cali Realty Corporation CLI Industrial/Office 18.77 13.8 16.1 3.2
118 Macerich Company MAC Retail 81.35 20.5 18.6 3.2
119 Monogram Residential Trust Inc MORE Residential 9.4 39.2 19.1 3.2
120 Cousins Properties Incorporated CUZ Industrial/Office 10.1 10.5 16.1 3.2
121 Ventas, Inc. VTR Health Care 74.05 16.0 17.6 3.1
122 Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. ARE Industrial/Office 95.01 27.6 16.1 3.1
123 Alexander’s, Inc. ALX Diversified 451.98 22.6 16.9 3.1
124 Rexford Industrial Realty, Inc. REXR Industrial/Office 15.91 20.9 16.1 3.0
125 Taubman Centers, Inc. TCO Retail 74.93 34.7 18.6 3.0
126 AvalonBay Communities, Inc. AVB Residential 168.31 23.9 19.1 3.0
127 Apartment Investment and Management Company Class A AIV Residential 37.83 17.5 19.1 3.0
128 Simon Property Group, Inc. SPG Retail 191.27 19.4 18.6 2.9
129 Regency Centers Corporation REG Retail 66.35 21.3 18.6 2.9
130 Equity Residential EQR Residential 75.62 21.7 19.1 2.9
131 Public Storage PSA Self Storage 193.69 22.3 22.4 2.9
132 Acadia Realty Trust AKR Retail 33.47 27.9 18.6 2.9
133 Post Properties, Inc. PPS Residential 55.87 19.1 19.1 2.9
134 Gramercy Property Trust Inc. GPT Diversified 28.14 35.2 16.9 2.8
135 Equity LifeStyle Properties, Inc. ELS Residential 52.89 20.0 19.1 2.8
136 Equinix, Inc. EQIX Diversified 239.65 2.8
137 Douglas Emmett, Inc DEI Industrial/Office 29.85 19.1 16.1 2.8
138 Terreno Realty Corporation TRNO Industrial/Office 22.76 28.5 16.1 2.8
139 Extra Space Storage Inc. EXR Self Storage 67.08 27.0 22.4 2.8
140 Pebblebrook Hotel Trust PEB Lodging/Resorts 44.78 26.0 16.3 2.8
141 WP GLIMCHER, Inc WPG Retail 16.01 8.7 18.6 2.7
142 CubeSmart CUBE Self Storage 23.41 22.5 22.4 2.7
143 Cedar Realty Trust, Inc. CDR Retail 7.54 15.7 18.6 2.7
144 Essex Property Trust, Inc. ESS Residential 222.19 24.3 19.1 2.6
145 First Industrial Realty Trust, Inc. FR Industrial/Office 20.25 15.8 16.1 2.5
146 PS Business Parks, Inc. PSB Industrial/Office 80.81 17.7 16.1 2.5
147 Federal Realty Investment Trust FRT Retail 142.42 31.5 18.6 2.4
148 General Growth Properties, Inc. GGP Retail 28.81 19.0 18.6 2.4
149 Vornado Realty Trust VNO Diversified 107.42 22.0 16.9 2.3
150 Silver Bay Realty Trust Corp. SBY Diversified 15.91 33.1 16.9 2.3
151 American Assets Trust, Inc. AAT Diversified 42.1 25.1 16.9 2.2
152 Starwood Waypoint Residential Trust SWAY Diversified 25.98 24.1 16.9 2.2
153 Paramount Group, Inc. PGRE Industrial/Office 18.67 12.0 16.1 2.0
154 Boston Properties, Inc. BXP Industrial/Office 137.58 27.3 16.1 1.9
155 SL Green Realty Corp. SLG Industrial/Office 127.85 22.4 16.1 1.9
156 Kilroy Realty Corporation KRC Industrial/Office 75.06 24.1 16.1 1.9
157 Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. Class A ESRT Industrial/Office 18.59 21.1 16.1 1.8
158 American Tower Corporation AMT Infrastructure 95.07 23.8 21.6 1.8
159 Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc. HPP Industrial/Office 31.97 33.3 16.1 1.6
160 FelCor Lodging Trust Incorporated FCH Lodging/Resorts 11.33 25.8 16.3 1.4
161 Ashford Hospitality Prime, Inc. AHP Lodging/Resorts 16.2 19.3 16.3 1.2
162 Sunstone Hotel Investors, Inc. SHO Lodging/Resorts 16.31 15.7 16.3 1.2
163 American Homes 4 Rent Class A AMH Diversified 17.23 39.2 16.9 1.2
164 American Residential Properties, Inc. ARPI Diversified 18.5 115.6 16.9
165 Easterly Government Properties, Inc. DEA Industrial/Office 16.22
166 Equity Commonwealth EQC Industrial/Office 26.2 13.9 16.1
167 Strategic Hotels & Resorts, Inc. BEE Lodging/Resorts 12.2 21.8 16.3
168 Campus Crest Communities, Inc. CCG Residential 6.85
169 American Realty Capital Properties, Inc. Class A ARCP Retail 9.73

Notes from the author

This is not a recommendation to buy or sell stocks. The highest-yield stocks are not necessarily the best choice for your portfolio. The purpose of this ranking is to shorten your stock analysis by enabling comparison of stock and sector performance. This is a snapshot of information available on 10 April 2015. Please perform your own due diligence before acting. The equity REITs are constituent companies of the FTSE NAREIT All REITs Index as of 31 March 2015. Companies whose equity market capitalization is lower than $100 million have been disregarded.Button



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Written by Heli Brecailo Disclaimer This newsletter is not engaged in rendering tax, accounting, or other professional advice through this publication. No statement in this issue is to be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell any security or other investment. Please do your own due diligence before making any investment decision. Some information presented in this publication has been obtained from third-party sources considered to be reliable. Sources are not required to make representations as to the accuracy of the information, however, and consequently the publisher cannot guarantee accuracy. Disclosure The author has no positions in any shares mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.​

U.S. REIT – The new CEO of DuPont Fabros has his hands full

Release: 22 March 2015 (Extra Edition)

Summary

  1. Following the February 5th announcement that the default of one of its largest customers would impair 2015 results, DuPont Fabros’s share price dropped 16 percent.
  2. The company has indicated that it is going to pay higher interest expenses due to new debt used for development, which will ultimately limit 2015 FFO results.
  3. New CEO Christopher Eldredge must show that under his stewardship the company can continue to prosper. He’s also in charge of putting together a strategic plan for the company and presenting it to the board and investors by the fall.
  4. These recent developments have really muddied the waters, and the company’s outlook is unclear.

Background

DuPont Fabros Technology’s new CEO Christopher Eldredge has had his hands full since he took over the position on February 17. After the February 5th announcement that the default of DuPont Fabros’s seventh-largest customer would impair the company’s 2015 results, share price dropped 16 percent over the following several days. Although some of this loss has already been recovered (as of 20 March 2015, the price is down only six percent since the announcement), Mr. Eldredge has a winding road ahead of him this year if he wants to show investors that he can put the company’s growth back on track.

Sniff Test

I initially selected DuPont Fabros for a deeper study because it has the highest dividend yield and the second-lowest price-to-FFO among the six data center US REITs – QTS Realty Trust (NYSE:QTS), CyrusOne (NASDAQ: CONE), Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), DuPont Fabros Technology (NYSE: DFT), CoreSite (NYSE: COR), and Equinix (NASDAQ: EQIX).

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Note: Bubble size indicates market equity capitalization; share price as of 20 March 2015; dividend and FFO are last quarter available.

Also, the company’s high revenue per net leased square foot and a utilization rate held high at 94 percent caught my eye.

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Note: Bubble size indicates total net rentable area; revenue, occupancy and net rentable area as of 31 December 2014.

On the surface, DuPont Fabros looks like an attractive choice, worth a drill-down report. The company IPOed on 24 October 2007, so it has a respectable history.

Historical Analysis

DuPont Fabros’s dividend history goes back to 2008, when it was interrupted four quarters in a row before getting back on track in the fourth quarter of 2009. Concerns about liquidity led the company to preserve cash and limit cash distributions to only 10 percent of its 2009 AFFO. On December 31, 2008, debt was 83 percent of total market capitalization, 55 percent of which matured in 2009 and 2010.

Since then, the liquidity issue has faded and no additional dividend interruptions have occurred. In fact, dividends have displayed a compounded annual growth rate of 78 percent between 2009 and 2014.

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Funds from operations have consistently increased since 2009, except for a drop in 2012 from which the company was able to recover the following year. The compounded annual growth rate between 2009 and 2014 was 22 percent.

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Additionally, AFFO has not shown any issues between 2009 and 2014, growing swiftly at a CAGR of 26 percent.

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Annual revenue growth has gradually decreased from 22 percent in 2010 to 11 percent in 2014. CAGR between 2009 and 2014 was 16 percent. Interestingly, the company has been able to consistently add US$ 43-44 million in revenues year after year, but this pattern will be harder to maintain in 2015.

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Price-to-FFO

Per the FAST Graphs chart below, the current price-to-FFO of 14.5 (black line) has been slightly under DuPont Fabros’s all-history average of 14.8 (blue line), indicating no significant share mispricing. The recent price rebound seemed to be an appropriate correction.

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2015 Guidance

This past February 5 during the Q4 2014 earnings call, DuPont Fabros senior management signaled that both Normalized FFO and AFFO per share for 2015 would not grow. In fact, 2015 result could even decline by $0.10 per share from the 2014 result.

Ticker Q4 2014 Release Date Share Price Change Since Release (as of 20 March 2015), in percent 2015 Guidance for FFO Growth, in percent
DFT 05-Feb-15 -6 -1
DLR 12-Feb-15 -2 -1
QTS 23-Feb-15 0 15
COR 12-Feb-15 12 17
CONE 18-Feb-15 16 13

Among other things, DuPont Fabros has conditioned a better performance of 2015 Normalized FFO to the financial performance of Net Data Centers, a top-seven customer that filed a voluntary petition for relief under chapter 11 on February 23, 2015. Responsible for approximately 3.5 percent of DuPont Fabros’s annualized base rent ($0.16 per share in revenues), Net Data Centers halted any 2015 base rent payments. As such, any revenue received from Net Data Centers will increase the 2015 Normalized FFO guidance.

As far as possible outcomes go, DuPont Fabros has not been able to determine whether Net Data Centers will resume payments or vacate the space. Additionally, DuPont Fabros management has not totally discarded the possibility of acquiring all or part of Net Data Centers. A colocation internet services company, Net Data Centers could potentially help DuPont Fabros broaden its scope of services.

Events like the one involving Net Data Centers remind investors that a high customer base concentration has been a vulnerable spot for DuPont Fabros. The failure of a single customer has greatly diminished its ability to continue growing in 2015.

The other challenge will be to lease a portion of Yahoo!’s space, which will expire on September 30, 2015. Fortunately, Yahoo! will vacate the space long before that so DuPont Fabros will have time to market it to new customers. If the company does not find anyone by September 30, 2015, normalized FFO will decline by $0.05 per share per quarter.

Lease Profile

One of the main concerns about DuPont Fabros is the low number of customers and high rate of concentration. The company has more than 100 lease expiration dates from only 38 customers, and the top four customers (Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo!, and Rackspace) represent 60% of annualized base rent.

Also, although DuPont Fabros’s facilities are located in popular data center regions, 65 percent of its net leasable square footage is concentrated in Virginia, and the remainder is in California, Illinois, and New Jersey.

Nonetheless, lease expiration profile is not an imminent risk. The company has pretty much secured an average six years of triple net leases with full expense recovery. The only thing that caught my attention was that 40 percent of annualized base rent will expire within four years. However, this is not nearly as concerning as it is for DuPont Fabros’s peers – for CyrusOne, QTS Realty, and CoreSite, more than 40 percent of annualized base will expire by 2016.

Debt

Another concern is that DuPont Fabros has a good portion of floating debt (40 percent). The company has indicated that it is subject to higher interest expense due to new debt used for development, which will ultimately limit 2015 FFO results. This new debt could raise its total debt plus preferred to total market capitalization, which today is 33.6, the second-highest among DuPont Fabros’s peers. On the other hand, because it has a mid-range credit rating the company should pay reasonable rates in comparison with its peers.

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Ticker S&P Credit Rating
CONE B+
QTS B+
DFT BB-
EQIX BB
DLR BBB

Outlook

Recent developments have muddied the waters, and as a result DuPont Fabros’s outlook is unclear. The company has many short-term to-do’s. It must address the Net Data Center issue and, on a less critical level, find a replacement for Yahoo!’s partial move-out. Also, it must be able to grow debt for development without compromising FFO. Finally, despite his twenty years of experience in the wholesale data center space, Mr. Eldredge has yet to demonstrate that under his stewardship the company can continue to prosper. He won’t lack help from former CEO, co-founder, and newly-appointed board member Hossein Fateh.

The good news is that the company continues to move forward, expecting the delivery of 25.1 MW by the end of the year. This will increase IT load base by 10 percent. Further, Mr. Eldredge has been tasked with putting together a strategic plan for the company and presenting it to the board and investors by the fall. He will hopefully bring to light potential new paths for the growth of the company – new markets to prospect, ideas for marketing the recently-launched mini-wholesale product for possible retail customers, and additional add-on services.

Ultimately, the numbers speak volumes, and I still see a reasonably priced stock with sub-par short-term growth prospects in revenue, FFO, AFFO and quarterly dividend. Mr. Eldredge will have to get these waters clear first.

Note from the author: All tables and graphs (except for FAST Graphs) have been processed and put together by the author using sources believed to be reliable.

Source: DFT website and FAST Graphs.


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Written by Heli Brecailo

Disclaimer This newsletter is not engaged in rendering tax, accounting, or other professional advice through this publication. No statement in this issue is to be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell any security or other investment. Please do your own due diligence before making any investment decision. Some information presented in this publication has been obtained from third-party sources considered to be reliable. Sources are not required to make representations as to the accuracy of the information, however, and consequently the publisher cannot guarantee accuracy. Disclosure The author has no positions in any shares mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.​