Founded: 1969 (53 years)
HQ: San Diego, CA, United States
Type of REIT: Equity REIT
Listing Status: Public
Market Capitalization: Large-Cap
REIT Sector: Retail, Industrial, Office, Specialty
Realty Income, The Monthly Dividend Company, is an S&P 500 company dedicated to providing shareholders with dependable monthly income. The company is structured as a REIT, and its monthly dividends are supported by the cash flow from over 5,000 real estate properties owned under long-term lease agreements with regional and national commercial tenants. To date, the company has declared 567 consecutive common stock monthly dividends throughout its 48-year operating history and increased the dividend 93 times since Realty Income's public listing in 1994 (NYSE: O). The company has in-house acquisition, portfolio management, asset management, credit research, real estate research, legal, finance and accounting, information technology, and capital markets capabilities.
REITMovers tracks the stock price and other indicators for all US REITs tracked by REITNotes during normal trading hours. This data is updated every 3 minutes during normal trading hours. Note: All prices have a 15 minute delay.
|Latest Price||High||Low||Open||Close||Previous Close||Volume||Change $||Change %||Market Cap||PE Ratio||52W High||52W Low||Ytd Change|
Last update: 2022-11-25 10:00:01 PST
REITRating™ is REITNotes' Real Estate Investment Trust industry-specific rating and ranking system. The overall score is out of ten points, with ten being the best score. See score breakdown. The graph below plots the overall REITRating™ score for the last trading days. See complete trend.
*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.
Below are the FFO amounts, dividends, and payout ratios for the last two quarters for O.
|Year||Quarter||Type||Amount||Dividend Paid||Payout Ratio|
REITNotes uses the REIT's Funds From Operation (FFO) per diluted share informed in the REIT’s Quarterly Earning Reports and its announced dividend per diluted share. For some REITs, we also display the Adjusted Funds From Operations (AFFO), Core FFO, Normalized FFO (NFFO), Modified FFO (MFFO), Operating FFO as provided by the REIT. REITNotes™ calculates the payout ratio by dividing the dividend value paid during the current quarter by the FFO declared in the previous Quarter. E.g., we divide the dividend value paid in Q3 by the FFO reported in Q2. This is because although paid in Q3, the dividend value is usually declared during the previous quarter. FFO is a non-GAAP measure recognized by the SEC and provided by the REITs as a supplemental measure of their operating performance. FFO is not meant to be an indicator of the REIT’s capacity to pay current or future dividends nor to be a substitute to the REIT's cash flow from operations. It is recommended to check the REIT's website, Earning Reports and dividend announcements for the latest and updated information.
Sample of REIT’s Properties. Image Source - REIT’s website
Different REITs may report Occupancy levels in various forms/calculations. Some of the terms used to describe occupancy are Portfolio Occupancy, Weighted Average Occupancy, Ending Occupancy, Economic Occupancy, Leased Occupancy, Physical Occupancy, Pro Forma Occupancy, Same-Property Occupancy, Stabilized Portfolio Occupancy, Comparable Occupancy, Lease Rate, Percent Leased, among others. Some REITs interchange the words Occupancy and Leased while others use them to distinguish between data points. Some REITs also vary the use of the words over time through their earning reports. Therefore the information provided here is our best attempt at collecting data on occupancy/leased trends. However, it may not be accurate or comparable between different REITs.
Below is a simulation of how much money you would have made in dividends, and how much the shares would be worth had you purchased them 1 year ago for the amounts below.
|With $1,000 USD||With $500 USD||With $250 USD||With $100 USD||With $50 USD|
|Initial investment||@ $76.50 per share you would have been able to buy 13 shares of O on 2021-11-26 costing $994.50||@ $76.50 per share you would have been able to buy 6 shares of O on 2021-11-26 costing $459.00||@ $76.50 per share you would have been able to buy 3 shares of O on 2021-11-26 costing $229.50||@ $76.50 per share you would have been able to buy 1 shares of O on 2021-11-26 costing $76.50||@ $76.50 per share you would have been able to buy 0 shares of O on 2021-11-26 costing $0.00|
|Current worth||On 2022-11-25 these 13 shares would be worth $843.05 @ $64.85||On 2022-11-25 these 6 shares would be worth $389.10 @ $64.85||On 2022-11-25 these 3 shares would be worth $194.55 @ $64.85||On 2022-11-25 these 1 shares would be worth $64.85 @ $64.85||On 2022-11-25 these 0 shares would be worth $0.00 @ $64.85|
|Dividends earned||$38.55 in dividends would have been earned since 2021-11-26 with 13 shares.||$18 in dividends would have been earned since 2021-11-26 with 6 shares.||$8.90 in dividends would have been earned since 2021-11-26 with 3 shares.||$2.97 in dividends would have been earned since 2021-11-26 with 1 shares.||$0.00 in dividends would have been earned since 2021-11-26 with 6 shares.|
|Net (gain / loss)*||-112.91 USD||-52.11 USD||-26.06 USD||-8.69 USD||0.00 USD|
*Net (Gains/Loss): Includes the stock price (appreciate or depreciate ) + dividends earned during period held. Stock prices based on closing price for the date. **ROI: Is based on the Net (gain/loss) divided by the initial investment value. Note: Past performance is no guarantee of future results. This is a high-level simulation and does not account for many factors such as inflation and taxes so we cannot guarantee the accuracy of this simulation.
Below are the most recent cash dividends paid by O. The percent difference from one dividend payment to the next has also been calculated for your convenience. Dividends flagged as [E] are extraordinary dividend payments.
|Symbol||Ex Date||Cash Amount||Change in Dividend||Declaration Date||Record Date||Payment Date|
|2021||Q4||Realty Income Announces Operating Results For The Three Months And Year Ended December 31, 2021|
|2021||Q3||Realty Income Announces Operating Results For The Three And Nine Months Ended September 30, 2021|
|2021||Q2||Realty Income Announces Operating Results For The Three And Six Months Ended June 30, 2021|
|2021||Q1||Realty Income Announces Operating Results For First Quarter 2021|
Amounts in USD ($)
|Current Assets (Other)||158,260,000||134,193,000||75,663,000||65,485,000|
|Short Term Investments||158,260,000||134,193,000||75,663,000||65,485,000|
|Property, Plant & Equipment Net||33,319,240,000||32,637,521,000||31,959,130,000||19,777,780,000|
|Net Tangible Assets||17,440,140,000||16,602,918,000||16,100,565,000||11,165,138,000|
|Current Liabilities (Other)||391,736,000||351,176,000||385,946,000||306,200,000|
|Total Current Liabilities||1,560,857,000||1,870,801,000||2,049,423,000||711,200,000|
|Current Long-term Debt||1,169,121,000||1,519,625,000||1,663,477,000||405,000,000|
Amounts in USD ($)
|Cost of Revenue||0||0||0||0|
|Research and Development||0||0||0||0|
|Selling General and Admin||34,139,000||32,699,000||30,522,000||23,813,000|
|Income Expense Net (Other)||0||0||0||0|
|Net Income Basic||223,207,000||199,369,000||4,041,000||134,996,000|
Amounts in USD ($)
|Changes in Receivables||1,027,980,000||911,640,000||431,223,000||341,729,000|
|Changes in Inventories||0||0||0||0|
|Investing Activity (Other)||0||0||0||0|
|Total Investing Cash Flows||-1,502,487,000||-1,418,008,000||-2,834,743,000||-1,577,376,000|
|Cash Flow Financing||809,112,000||821,073,000||2,245,104,000||1,470,236,000|
|Financing Cash Flows (Other)||0||0||0||0|
|Exchange Rate Effect||0||0||0||0|
|Rating||Dividend Section||Avg. Rating|
|1||Dividend Payment Growth: Analysis of how the REIT’s dividend payments have performed during the last three years.||3.6|
|10||Dividend Payment Consistency: Analysis of how many periods the REIT’s dividends have been paid consistently without a gap in payment.||7.0|
|10||Dividend to AFFO Payout Ratio Health: Analysis of the REIT’s Dividend to AFFO Payout Ratios during the last four quarters.||8.7|
|9||Dividend to AFFO Payout Ratio Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Dividend to AFFO Payout Ratios trend during the last two years.||7.4|
|Rating||AFFO & Efficiency Section||Avg. Rating|
|10||AFFO Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s AFFO trend during the last two years.||8.9|
|9||AFFO to Revenue Health: Analysis of the REIT's Adjusted Funds From Operation to its Revenues.||6.9|
|9||Operating Expense Efficiency: Analysis of the REIT's Operating Expenses to its Revenues.||7.0|
|10||Operating Expense Efficiency Trend: Analysis of the trend of the REIT's Operating Expenses to its Revenue.||7.1|
|Rating||Leverage Section||Avg. Rating|
|9||Interest Coverage Health: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Coverage health during the last four quarter.||6.7|
|7||Interest Coverage Health Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Coverage health trend during the last two years.||6.9|
|10||Total Debt Interest Rate Competitiveness: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Rate to Total Debt competitiveness compared to REIT market.||7.6|
|6||Total Debt Interest Rate Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Rate to Total Debt trend during the last two years.||8.4|
|8||Debt Leverage Health: Analysis of the REIT’s Total Debt to Total Assets.||5.0|
|9||Debt Leverage Health Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Total Debt to Total Assets over the last two years.||7.2|
|Rating||Asset & Revenue Section||Avg. Rating|
|9||G&A Effeciency Level: Analysis of the REIT’s General and Administrative expenses in relationship to its Revenues.||7.3|
|9||G&A Effeciency Trend: Analysis of the Trend of the REIT’s General and Administrative expenses in relationship to its Revenues.||8.0|
|10||Revenues Growth: Analysis of how the REIT's Revenue has performed over the last two years.||7.8|
|10||Total Asset Growth: Analysis of how the REIT has grown its Total Assets over the last two years.||7.1|
|Rating||Properties Section||Avg. Rating|
|9||Occupancy Health Level: Analysis of the REIT’s occupancy health level during the last four quarters.||7.7|
|10||Occupancy Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s occupancy trend over the last two years.||8.8|
|7||Tenants: Analysis of the REIT's tenant diversification, operation type, and exposure to risk.||8.0|
|Rating||Market Cap Section||Avg. Rating|
|10||Market Cap Strength: Analysis of the REIT's Market Capitalization performance, preservation and resistance in comparison to market changes.||5.0|
|8.5||Overall REITRating™ Score (See trend)||6.2|
REITRating is REITNote's Real Estate Investment Trust industry-specific rating and ranking system. The REIT’s score for each analysis is out of ten points, with ten being the best score and zero being the worst. A score of zero can be assigned if the REIT does not meet the criteria for that specific analysis. N/A is assigned if insufficient data is available for a particular analysis. Our REITRating logic is continuously improving, so a REIT’s rating and ranking may change over time. Important Note: REITRating is not a predictor of a REIT’s future performance, it is an evaluation of its past results. Additionally, the REITRating system is for informational purposes only and does not represent financial or investment advice or a recommendation of which REITs to acquire. Learn more.
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|Medical Properties Trust, Inc. (MPW)||8.1||NYSE||Mid-Cap||Health Care||United States|
|Pennymac Mortgage Investment Trust (PMT)||2.6||NYSE||Small-Cap||Mortgage||United States|
|Two Harbors Investment Corp. (TWO)||2.7||NYSE||Small-Cap||Mortgage||United States|
Last updated: 2022-11-26 - v3.5