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Harbor Custom Dev: Top 10 Undervalued Real Estate Stocks on NAS (HCDI)

The Globe and Mail - Tue Oct 4, 2022

Harbor Custom Dev is now ranked among the top 10 undervalued stocks in the Real Estate sector on the NASDAQ. A stock is considered undervalued if it trades at a discount to its valuation – a calculation used to determine the intrinsic (true) worth of a company. Valuation methodology provided by Stockcalc (see below). The real estate sector is focused on companies that provide mortgages, manage property or are REITs.

All data provided as-at market close October 02, 2022. The list is sorted by stocks with the greatest percentage difference between valuation and price. Harbor Custom Dev Harbor Custom Development Inc is a real estate development company. It is engaged in the land development cycle including, land acquisition, entitlements, construction of project infrastructure, home building, marketing, sales, and management of various residential projects. Harbor Custom Dev is listed under HCDI on the NASDAQ.



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Cash per Share

Net Cash per Share

ACRACRES Commercial Realty8.5500000
HCDIHarbor Custom Dev0.8900000
AEIAlset EHome International0.2300.1000
LXPLXP Industrial Trust9.308.4000
RLP-XRealia Properties0.0104000
NYCNew York City REIT3.2500000
MAR-UN-XMarwest Apartment0.7900.5000
FPHFive Point Holdings2.6200000

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