Six notable nontraded REITs on the slide

Mar 30, 2012 @ 3:01 pm

Notable non-traded real estate investment trusts and funds that have recently seen steep devaluations.

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Name Offering price, per share Current estimated value % decline per share
Behringer Harvard Opportunity REIT I $10.00 $4.12 -58.80%
       
Behringer Harvard REIT I $10.00 $4.64 -53.60%
       
Behringer Harvard Short-Term Opportunity Fund $10.00 $0.40 -96%
       
Cornerstone Core Properties REIT $8.00 $2.25 -71.88%
       
Inland Western Retail Real Estate Trust Inc. $10.00 $6.95 -30.50%
       
KBS Real Estate Investment Trust Inc. $10.00 $5.16 -48.40%
Source: SEC filings 

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