Founded: 2003(17 years)
HQ: Uniondale, NY, United States
Type of REIT: Mortgage REIT
Listing Status: Public
Market Capitalization: Small-Cap
REIT Sector: Mortgage
*The forward annualized dividend and dividend yield are based on the most recent dividend value paid by the REIT. The REIT may have already announced their next upcoming dividend value, which may be different from previously paid dividend value. It is recommended to check the REIT's website and dividend announcements for the latest information on upcoming dividends and changes. This graph does not include extraordinary dividend.
Latest News Headlines
Wed, 08 Jul 2020 07:02:26 -0400 - Sunstone Hotel Investors Announces The Sale Of The 622-Room Renaissance Harborplace For $80.0 Million
Mon, 29 Jun 2020 16:12:17 -0400 - Arbor Realty Trust, Inc. Closes Additional $30 Million of its Senior Unsecured Notes due 2023, for a Total Issuance of $71 Million
Wed, 24 Jun 2020 20:16:07 +0000 (UTC) - Two Harbors - Two Harbors Investment Corp. Appoints William Greenberg President and CEO
18 Jun 2020 15:16:16 -0500 - Two Harbors - Two Harbors Investment Corp. Announces Second Quarter 2020 Common and Preferred Stock Dividends
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#ABR declared will pay the same dividend value as last quarter. - Kev B - 2020-05-08 20:21:18 - See full comment
I’ve had a hard time finding mREITs that can consistently increase dividend payment values over long periods. Some mREITs which I know have a history of increasing dividends are #ACRE (Ares Commercial), #ABR (Arbor Realty), #Loan (Manhattan Bridge Capital), #HASI (Hannon Armstrong), and somewhat #NRZ (New Residential Investment). - Fyryr - 2019-06-15 00:01:11 - See full comment
Below are the most recent cash dividends paid by ABR. The percent difference from one dividend payment to the next has also been calculated for your convenience. Dividends flagged as [E] are extraordinary dividend payments.
Arbor is a national direct lender and real estate investment trust (NYSE: ABR) that provides debt capital for the multifamily and commercial real estate industries. We have extensive experience in mortgage origination and servicing and have built a reputation for service, quality and flexibility. Arbor's seasoned management team specializes in debt and financing for multifamily, office, retail, hotel and various other commercial real estate properties.
Dividend Payment Growth: Analysis of how the REIT’s dividend payments have performed during the last three years.
Dividend Payment Consistency: Analysis of how many periods the REIT’s dividends have been paid consistently without a gap in payment.
AFFO & Efficiency Section
Interest Coverage Health: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Coverage health during the last four quarter.
Total Debt Interest Rate Competitiveness: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Rate to Total Debt competitiveness compared to REIT market.
Total Debt Interest Rate Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Rate to Total Debt trend during the last two years.
Debt Leverage Health: Analysis of the REIT’s Total Debt to Total Assets.
Debt Leverage Health Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Total Debt to Total Assets over the last two years.
Asset & Revenue Section
Revenues Growth: Analysis of how the REIT's Revenue has performed over the last two years.
Total Asset Growth: Analysis of how the REIT has grown its Total Assets over the last two years.
Market Cap Section
Market Cap Strength: Analysis of the REIT's Market Capitalization performance, preservation and resistance in comparison to market changes.
Overall REITRating™ Score
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