BRT Apartments Corp. (MD) Common Stock (NYSE:BRT)

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BRT is a real estate investment trust. BRT's primary business activity is to originate and hold for investment for its own account, senior real estate mortgage loans secured by income producing real property and, to a lesser extent, junior real estate mortgage loans secured by income producing real property and senior mortgage loans secured by undeveloped real property....

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