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Which do you think are the best triple net (NNN) retail REITs? - Atopp - 2019-08-29 09:48:38 PDT - See full comment

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Interesting that of #SNR - New Senior Investment Group’s 131 senior housing properties only 1 is a triple net lease and the lease matures in 2030. - Molly23da - 2019-11-08 22:26:57 PDT

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#NNN is looking attractive today. - Rocco64 - 2019-10-17 14:18:05 PDT

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#GLPI - Gaming and Leisure Properties, #VICI properties, and #MGP MGM Growth Properties are all “triple-net lease” or “NNN lease,” gaming REITs. In the net lease, the tenant pays the property expenses, insurance, taxes, and capital expenditures. - Jon7421 - 2019-10-13 21:52:21 PDT

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I’m invested for the long term on #SRC a net lease retail REIT. I wasn’t happy with some of its trends last year, but I believe they are getting back on track after the sale of #SMTA to #HPT, by which they have reduced their portfolio by about half and sticking with stronger assets. - Kev B - 2019-09-15 13:48:43 PDT

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One of my favorite triple-net REITs is #VICI. It is not a retail reit if that is what you are looking for @Atopp, it is a casino reit. - 777i - 2019-09-06 22:27:49 PDT

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Interesting enough there are many reits which are NNN and not in the retail industry. CorEnergy primarily owns U.S. infrastructure assets used by energy companies under long-term triple-net participating leases. #CORR has utility-like assets include pipelines, storage tanks, transmission lines and gathering systems. Triple net is a reassuring business if you have excellent tenants. - Kenbeertt - 2019-09-07 11:39:23 PDT

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Is #GTY a NNN retailer? I’m not sure, but I like their portfolio of 933 convenience store and gasoline station properties in 31 states. Properties with strong brands like 76, BP, Citgo, Conoco, Exxon, Getty, Gulf, Mobil, Shell, Sunoco and Valero. - Paul_R_investor - 2019-09-03 22:00:13 PDT

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I’m a fan of #O even at current prices. - Billy123 - 2019-08-30 10:14:19 PDT

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I doubled down on #NNN this week, it is a REIT I like having in my portfolio. - CapitalKing - 2019-08-31 10:42:03 PDT


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I am so so tempted to buy SMTA today @ 19.556% dividend yield. The price also seems to be going up also. Good idea? Bad idea? - Spareideas - 2019-04-15 23:01:04 PDT - See full comment

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With #SMTA selling all its portfolio to Hospitality Properties Trust #HPT for $2.4 billion in total cash consideration what does that mean for us investor holding the shares? Will we get a huge dividend payday? Will or shares be transferred to #HPT? - Fyryr - 2019-06-07 18:41:53 PDT

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#SMTA out of 3 quarters since it was spinned-off from #SRC, has had two very bad quarters of dividends to funds-from-operations and adjusted-funds-from-operations payout rates, so I’m honestly not surprised by this sale. - Bob_knows - 2019-06-07 20:25:59 PDT

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Spareideas don’t let impulse and temptation drive your investments. - Muchomas - 2019-04-19 13:12:43 PDT

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As a shareholder of Spirit Realty Capital, I received shares of Spirit MTA REIT when SRC spun it off last year. I believe it was 1 share of SMTA for every 10 shares that I owned of SRC or something like that, I don't recall specifics. Either way, I received SMTA's and SRC's dividend payment this week, SRC seems to be holding its stock price similar or close to were it was during the spin-off, while SMTA is currently trading below. - 777i - 2019-04-16 21:03:16 PDT

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Hi Spareideas, you may want to analyze SMTA more before buying into a 19% dividend yield. I haven't done my research on SMTA but something for you to look at is the companies ability to sustain that level of payout. Is it generating sufficient earnings to cover that, and by how much? Or is it worth for the company to sustain that dividend level if its stock price is trading so low? SMTA stock price is trading at 40% below its 52 week high, there must be a reason for that. So I recommend further investigation into this REIT. Also if this stock price trend continues you may not be able to recover your initial investment even when you account for the dividend received. What you refer to as the stock going up, is not an upward trend, in my opinion, it is just doing slightly better than a couple of days ago. Anyways these are just some question which you should think about before you jump on a high-yield dividend stock like this. Best wishes! - wolfman82 - 2019-04-15 23:31:30 PDT

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