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Reference no. JIACS11-05-09
Authors: James Stotler
Published by: Allied Business Academies
Published in: "Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies", 2005

Abstract

The student is placed in the role of an equity analyst and asked to prepare a buy or sell recommendation for Equity Office Property (NYSE: EOP) stock. EOP is the nation’s largest office building owner and manager, as well as the largest real estate investment trust (REIT) in the United States. The student must assess the competitive environment of EOP using the DuPont identity and Porter’s five force model of competitive strategy as well as estimate the value of EOP stock. All information in the case is publicly available. This case will require the student to value the equity of Equity Office Properties, Incorporated (NYSE: EOP) and make a buy or sell recommendation as an independent analyst. The data given should be examined to determine whether or not the company’s stock is valued above or below the market price in order for investors to make a buy or sell decision. The student must assess the real estate industry environment using Porter’s five-force model of competitive strategy and the DuPont identity. Valuation techniques employed include the capital asset pricing model, the two-stage dividend-discount model, the P/E valuation approach, and the Gordon model.

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Abstract

The student is placed in the role of an equity analyst and asked to prepare a buy or sell recommendation for Equity Office Property (NYSE: EOP) stock. EOP is the nation’s largest office building owner and manager, as well as the largest real estate investment trust (REIT) in the United States. The student must assess the competitive environment of EOP using the DuPont identity and Porter’s five force model of competitive strategy as well as estimate the value of EOP stock. All information in the case is publicly available. This case will require the student to value the equity of Equity Office Properties, Incorporated (NYSE: EOP) and make a buy or sell recommendation as an independent analyst. The data given should be examined to determine whether or not the company’s stock is valued above or below the market price in order for investors to make a buy or sell decision. The student must assess the real estate industry environment using Porter’s five-force model of competitive strategy and the DuPont identity. Valuation techniques employed include the capital asset pricing model, the two-stage dividend-discount model, the P/E valuation approach, and the Gordon model.

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