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8985 Japan Hotel REIT Investment Corporation

Hotel-focused J-REIT. A Singaporean investment fund became its sponsor in April 2011. Merged with Japan Hotel and Resort Investment Corporation (formerly JHR) in April 2012, assuming its current name and carrying out a 12-for-1 unit split, and switching to annual reporting each December. Realized 18,600 JPY million in profits from the merger. The forecast dividend for the period ending December 2013 is 1,896 JPY per unit, and that for the period ending December 2014 is 1,940 JPY. (Information as of December 19, 2013.)

Unit DataAs of Jan. 30, 2023
Unit Price83,800 JPY (+600 JPY)
Market Capitalization374,335.1028 million JPY
Dividend Yield0.81% (-0.01)
Trading Volume24,462 units
(Parentheses indicates daily change)
Earnings ForecastAs of Jan. 20, 2023
Previous Period Current Period Next Period
Beginning of Period Jan. 1, 2022 Jan. 1, 2023 Jan. 1, 2024
End of Period Dec. 31, 2022 Dec. 31, 2023 Dec. 31, 2024
Operating revenues 14,912million JPY
Net income 2,671million JPY
Dividend per unit 682 JPY

Unit Price / Yield / Trading VolumeAs of Jan. 30, 2023
Composition of Acquired PropertiesAs of Dec. 31, 2022
Total Acquisition Price 364 billion JPY
Number of Properties 41
Acquisition Price Ratio by Sector Acquisition Price Ratio by Region

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