The impact of the cost of operational asset purchases on CAPREIT`s NFFO per unit is expected to be slightly dilutive due to the low cost of our acquisition and operating facility and, ultimately, the long-term mortgage financing and the number of Class B LP units expected to be issued. Over the next few years, CAPREIT will review the advance payment of redemptions for its four remaining operating leases, which have contractual buyback periods that will begin between 2024 and 2028. “We are very pleased to close these eight additional operational acquisitions, add substantial additional financial capabilities, significantly increase our net worth and unlock the potential for development opportunities that increase future value,” commented Mark Kenney, President and Chief Executive Officer. CAPREIT uses personal data associated with the services requested and/or provided, including (i) determining your suitability for a rental agreement and (ii) the day-to-day management of your rental agreement and the obligations arising therefrom. Examples of how your personal data may be used by CAPREIT are as follows: Information, including availability, features, plans and rental spaces, are subject to change without notice and should be verified by users….