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26 April 2019 12:20
(Sharecast News) - Specialist inflation-protected very long income real estate investment trust LXi REIT announce a number of accretive acquisitions and profitable disposals on Friday.
28 January 2019 13:31
(Sharecast News) - Real estate investment trust LXI has utilised its new 15-year Scottish Widows loan facility to fund the acquisition of four new assets.
29 November 2018 12:06
(Sharecast News) - Specialist inflation-protected very long income real estate investment trust LXi REIT issued its results for the six months ended 30 September on Thursday, reporting a total net asset...
21 May 2018 11:52
(Sharecast News) - LXi REIT postes its maiden annual results on Monday, reporting a total return of 11.91%, comprising the increase in net asset value since its initial public offering and dividends paid in...
22 March 2017 08:45
(ShareCast News) - LXi REIT announced on Wednesday that it exchanged contracts to acquire the Travelodge hotel at Haverhill, Essex.
10 March 2017 08:20
(ShareCast News) - LXI Real Estate Investment Trust is to buy a Sheffield car park and is to provide funding for a development of a new Travelodge hotel in Bath.
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