The share price of real estate investment trust GGP has fallen significantly below what Brookfield Property Partners is offering in its acquisition bid for it.
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Late last month, GGP agreed to be acquired for less than its net asset value. However, this may not mean much for shareholders of other high-quality mall REITs.
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