Compare REITs Dividend to Funds from Operations (FFO) & AFFO Payout Ratios

This page ranks the latest Dividend to Funds from Operations (FFO) Payout Ratio for the US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) tracked on REITNotes. We compare the lastest Payout Ratio we have for each REIT, which can be for different quarters depending on when the earnings reports have been issued. 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.

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