Home Properties Reports Second Quarter 2014 Results And Announces Quarterly Dividend — Rochester, N.y., July 31, 2014 /prnewswire/ —

Some stores ‘right’ for Plainview – MyPlainview.com: News

Pettinella. “However, we believe that it is in the best interest of the Company’s stockholders for us to dissolve our new development platform and focus 100% on our core differentiating strategy of acquiring and redeveloping mature apartment communities.” In the second quarter of 2014, the Company recognized a non-cash charge for the impairment in value of land parcels that will not be developed and other related charges of approximately $3.8million. This one-time charge does not negatively impact OFFO. http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/home-properties-reports-second-quarter-2014-results-and-announces-quarterly-dividend-269439651.html

For the past several years, Retail Coach has partnered with Plainview on its Retail Economic Development Plan, which is designed to attract retail stores to the city. As part of that partnership, Retail Coach has helped gather pivotal research about Plainview, including basic demographics, customer spending habits, average customer incomes and retail leakage. Taking that data and other factors into consideration, Retail Coach finds retail and restaurant chains that promise to be a good fit for Plainview. http://www.myplainview.com/news/article_4508078e-19cd-11e4-9c8b-001a4bcf887a.html

Home Depot and Lowe’s: 5 Simple Charts Investors Should See – NASDAQ.com

HD Net Income (Annual) Chart

But there are two key points here. One, neither company is in dangerous territory. They both generate enough cash flow to pay off their debts. The second point will be below the chart: Over this time frame, Home Depot’s debt-to-equity ratio has increased 135.5%, whereas Lowe’s debt-to-equity ratio has increased 233.2%. That said, debt isn’t a concern for either company at the moment. http://www.nasdaq.com/article/home-depot-and-lowes-5-simple-charts-investors-should-see-cm375521

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