Dividends4Life: Top REIT Pays 6.5 Percent, Strong Growth, Excellent Dividend Coverage

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Real Estate Investment Trusts are superb income vehicles. REITs lease their properties to tenants on long term contracts, and pay shareholders - ideally - an ever increasing dividend. One of the most exciting features of a REIT investment, therefore, is the ability to profit from a rising yield on cost (constant cost basis, growing dividend payments). This stock has very good dividend coverage stats. The REIT has raised its dividend continuously since becoming a publicly traded company. Its shares are selling for ~11.4x run-rate Q3-16 AFFO. An investment in thec ompany yields 6.51 percent.

W.P. Carey Inc. (NYSE:WPC) is a compelling income vehicle in the net lease REIT business. Though W.P. Carey isn't cheap, the Real Estate Investment Trust's large, diversified property portfolio yields a low risk dividend that has potential to grow into the future. Further, W.P. Carey has strong dividend coverage which tilts the odds in favor of a growing yield on cost over time. Real Estate Investment Trusts like W.P. Carey have shown that they can grow their real estate portfolio and cash dividends in a lot of different market environments, making them ideal investment for dividend minded investors.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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