Simon Property is expected to report almost flat year-over-year top-line and bottom-line results in 2Q17.
Simon Property is expected to report almost flat top-line and bottom-line results year-over-year in 2Q17.
During 1Q17, SPG carried out redevelopment expansion projects at 25 properties.
Analysts expect Simon Property to report net operating income of $1.1 billion in 2Q17.
Analysts expect Simon Property Group (SPG) to report revenues of $1.3 billion for 2Q17.
Simon Property Group (SPG) is scheduled to report its 2Q17 earnings on August 1, 2017.
Armada Hoffler Properties has recorded a dividend yield of 2.9% and total returns of 1.5% on a YTD basis.
Preferred Apartment Communities (APTS) paid 41% of its earnings as dividends in 1Q17. It also declared a dividend in 2016 despite negative EPS.
Ashford Hospitality Prime (AHP) has paid 98.4% of its earnings as dividends in 2016. It also declared a dividend for 1Q17 despite negative earnings per share.
Apple Hospitality (APLE) has paid 157.9% of its earnings as dividends in 2016 compared to 200.0% in 1Q17.
Ashford Hospitality Trust (AHT) didn’t declare a dividend between September 15, 2008, and February 24, 2011.
Great Ajax (AJX) has recorded a dividend yield of 3.8% and total returns of 14.3% on a year-to-date basis.
Ares Commercial Real Estate (ACRE) paid 73.7% of its earnings as dividends in 2016 compared to 117.4% in 1Q17.
Arbor Realty Trust (ABR) paid 74.1% of its earnings as dividends in 2016 compared to 56.7% in 1Q17.
Anworth Mortgage (ANH) paid 338.8% of its earnings as dividends in 2016 compared to 102.1% in 1Q17.
American Capital Agency (AGNC) paid 134.5% of its earnings as dividends in 2016 compared to 257.1% in 1Q17.
In this series, we’ll analyze how the top ten dividend-yielding REITs have performed in comparison to the S&P 500.
Analysts assigned VNO a mean price target of $89.52, 13.8% higher than its current price level.
VNO’s current price-to-FFO multiple is 17.77x. The company has been able to return value to its shareholders consistently in the form of dividends and share repurchases.
Although Vornado Realty Trust (VNO) may witness lower margins during a higher interest rate environment, it may see significant growth in the near future.