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Camden Property: Sell Now And Come Back Later

Aug. 05, 2021 2:56 PM ETCamden Property Trust (CPT)4 Comments


  • Camden Property Trust is a high-quality Apartment REIT that's demonstrated strong rental growth rates.
  • It has an attractive development pipeline, and maintains a strong balance sheet and a well-covered dividend.
  • However, I find the valuation to be rather stretched, especially if it's unable to maintain the strong growth in lease rates.

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Quality comes at a price, but that doesn't mean investors should pay for quality at any price. After all, investing is about generating adequate long-term returns, which may be difficult to achieve when buying companies at nosebleed valuations.

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Comments (4)

toomuchgas profile picture
It's hard to find stuff that is undervalued. I have a $62 basis but I inherited the stock and just ignore have ignored it for for 10 years.
Russell A profile picture
Sell and move $$ into IRT? Lower priced sunbelt multi-family REIT.
theheckwithtech profile picture
With a cost basis of $96, I'll sit tight and add on any meaningful pullbacks of 5% or more.
Steven Miller profile picture
My cost basis is not quite as good at $105, but I have similar thoughts. I see no reason for selling with the chart going up as it has been. As long as housing pricing is so extreme, I think there will be demand for apartments.

Long $CPT and $AVB.
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