Mike Arnold
Long only, small-cap, tech, growth at reasonable price

Dundee REIT Will Soon Be Dream REIT

Readers of mine know that I have a particular affinity for the Dundee family of businesses. Given the conglomerate holding structure of Dundee, it appears as if management is beginning to rebrand certain of its assets to highlight the story of its growing value and expertise in the real estate sector.

On May 12, 2014, Dundee REIT [(OTC:DRETF)(D.UN.TO)] will soon be known as Dream REIT. This is important because it highlights the cohesive set of real estate assets that are owned and operated by Dream Unlimited [(OTC:DRUNF) (DRM.TO)], a 2013 spin off from Dundee, who still owns an effective 20% interest in Dream.

The Business - Dream REIT

Dream REIT manages a set of high-quality...

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