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Healthcare Trust REIT Lawsuit Investigation
AR Global's Healthcare Trust REIT decreases NAV per share; Investors lose thousands
Our firm is investigating AR Global’s Healthcare Trust, Inc. on behalf of REIT investors. Shares of the Healthcare Trust REIT were originally priced at $25 per share. Since then, the share price has decreased dramatically, reaching an estimated net asset value (NAV) of $15.75 as of December 31, 2019.
If you invested in the Healthcare Trust REIT, you may have a claim.
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AR Global's Healthcare Trust REIT NAV Plummets
Healthcare Trust is a non-traded REIT which invests in multi-tenant medical office buildings. The REIT conducted its initial offering in February of 2013 and raised a total of $2.2 Billion in investor equity, according to The DI Wire.
The DI Wire reports that, as of December 31, 2018, the company’s NAV per share was $17.50. The NAV then decreased dramatically, reaching $15.75 per share as of December 31, 2019. According to the news source,
The real estate assets decreased by ($0.21) per share compared to last year, due to a 3.5 percent decrease below their original investment cost of $2.7 billion, as well as subsequent capital expenditures of $53 million at the properties.
Other major contributors to the lower NAV included the fair value of the company’s debt ($0.92), and the liquidation value of 1.6 million shares of its Series A preferred stock ($0.43).
Healthcare Trust Investors may have lost a significant amount of their original investment, and may even remain stuck in the non-traded REIT. Speak with a lawyer to find out if you have a claim.
The Dangers and Risks of REIT Investments
While REITs are often marketed as low-risk, high yield investments, FINRA and the SEC have recently increased scrutiny into the marketing of these investments. Non-traded REITs are not traded on the public securities exchange, meaning that these REITs can often be illiquid. Many investors have reported being unable to redeem their shares from non-traded REITs and remain stuck in these uncertain investments as a result.
Many firms have notoriously sold REITs to investors. If you invested in the Hospitality Trust REIT and have lost part of your investment, not received your distributions, or remain stuck in the uncertain REIT, you may be eligible for monetary recovery. Contact our firm to learn more about your REIT fraud options.
Our REIT Lawsuit Investigations
Gibbs Law Group is currently investigating a number of REITs on behalf of shareholders. These REITs include:
- Northstar Healthcare Income REIT
- Hospitality Investors Trust
- Benefit Street Partners Realty Trust
- FS Credit Real Estate Income Trust–I
- Cole Credit Property Trust III (“CCPT III”)
- The Parking REIT
- New York City REIT
- Steadfast Apartment/ Income REITs
- Phillips Edison REIT
- CIM Real Estate Finance Trust
If you invested in any of these REITs, or others, we may be able to help. Speak with a lawyer today to learn more about our REIT lawsuits.
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