Dividends4Life: Attractive Entry Point For This 5.6%-Yielding Healthcare REIT

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This company is a promising REIT playing long-term trends in population aging and rising health care costs. It has repositioned its health care real estate portfolio by shifting away from the stressed SNF market, growing its MOB and senior housing portfolio. Aging population makes the REIT's senior housing portfolio particularly interesting, long-term. Its senior housing business has attractive same-property NOI growth. I discuss HCP's dividend stats. The stock comes with an entry yield of 5.6 percent.

One of the largest U.S. health care real estate investment trusts is on sale. HCP, Inc. (HCP) makes a compelling proposition for income investors that seek to capitalize on the long-term trend of rising senior-related health care expenditures. HCP is poised to profit from rising health care costs primarily through its portfolio of medical office and senior housing facilities. The health care REIT has a stable balance sheet and attractive prospects for growth. An investment in HCP yields 5.6 percent.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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