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Regal Lifestyle Communities Inc T.RLC

Sector: Healthcare | Sub-Sector: Long-Term Care Facilities

Regal Lifestyle Communities Inc is engaged in ownership, operations and management of retirement communities in Canada.
Price: $8.88 | Change: +$0.09 | %Change: +1.02%
Volume: 12,310 | Day High/Low: 8.93/8.79 | 52 Week High/Low: 9.00/7.00


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No talking heads as of yet in the investment industry...Good thing...However I would like to think of this as a Knowledge Gap......many now are seeing that placing our loved ones into senior care at...read more
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I'm sure I sound like a brokent  record...(what's a record?) but a rising tide  lifts all boats. Biotech,  energy, gold, uranium....sectors get hot.  But I haven't yet seen any talking heads pounding...read more
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anything to do with this sector is starting to heat up.............. a little news on another deal out today... Updated: Wed, 13 Aug 2014 12:05:25 GMT | By Reuters, Reuters Health Care...read more
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NOI Growth

16% same property net operating income growth is I believe unprecedented in the REIT sector in the last 20  years. Rents and occupancy increases are both phenomenal. Bodes very well for Q3 with nice...read more
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RLC is one of my favorites, the sector and company are on the upswing.  The dividend can't be beat.  NPI is another favorite with a strong growth profile and good payout.  rate and reply
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Glad to see you here too Mudguy!!!!!!! kind of a newbie here but like this sector.......  rate and reply
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Nice to see you here Ocean.  This is my fav dividend and growth stock.  rate and reply
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also ledrog, did you catch the SIS news on divy that I posted today.....be a shareholder as of the 29th at end of trade day and get paid right away???? Sounds not right eh???  rate and reply
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Nice eh Ledrog!!!!!!! and the chart confiems exactly what you have stated..........Looks great.....  rate and reply
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Already there...been hitting new highs, pulling back then reaching new highs again for a while now.  The market obviously likes their earnings.  rate and reply
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with the latest news out............

Maybe we reach a new 52 week high today............  rate and reply
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Moving in sympathy with EXE?

Nice jump today....the market seems to like EXE's earnings, so I'm guessing RLC is moving as part of the rising tide in this overall sector.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Impressive Cap Rate

If you look at a cashflow statement , the first line is the net income earned. The depreciation of the buildings is later added to the net income to determine the actual cash available to pay...read more
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Thanks. Can you elaborate on your first sentence, as I don't understand it.  rate and reply
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The cap rate does not reflect the additional cash flow from the depreciation of the properties. Typical this adds about 3% to the Cap  rate so the total cash yield is about 11% which exceeds the 8...read more
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OK, thanks. So theoretically if RLC could buy something like LW at its current price, the accretion would equate to the difference between the yield's of each company? I'm assuming no senergies, or...read more
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The market for retirement residences is going to grow signficantly in about 4-5 years, at least that was something I read in the Globe within the past year....and population trends certainly bear that...read more
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Understood, thanks. Would it not make sense for RLC to borrow at 4%, and buy back stock yielding 8%? Or is the logic being that leverage would increase, thus lowering cash flow multiple, making it...read more
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Any number of reasons.....not the least of which is that while the residences being acquired may have had a cap rate of 7.8%...with economies of scale perhaps that number can be improved with Regal's...read more
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Hi, Can you please explain why purchasing a company with a 7.8% cap rate is accretive, while RLC's yield is higher? Wouldn't buying back shares me make more sense?Th Thanks  rate and reply