REITs, or real estate investment trusts, have been steadily rising in popularity and attracting investor interest. Their strong dividend yields frequently outperform the yields of well-known dividend stocks such as PepsiCo, AT&T, Chevron, and T-Mobile. By July 31st, the FTSE Nareit All REITs Index, which is widely considered to be the widest US REIT index, had returned roughly 26.05 percent. As a result of this strong performance, more investors are looking at REIT dividend stocks with bated breath.
Insider Monkey takes a look at the 10 quarterly dividend REIT stocks to buy. Innovative Industrial Properties, Inc. is ranked 10th on the list of the best REITs to purchase for quarterly dividends. The company’s revenue was $48.87 million, up 100.72 percent year over year and $2.66 million higher than analysts’ expectations. On the list of quarterly dividend REIT stocks to purchase, the company is ranked 9th. Temperature-controlled warehouses are owned, operated, acquired, and developed by Americold Realty Trust. Revenue was $654.71 million, up 35.68 percent year over year and $4.92 million higher than expected. CubeSmart is one of the top three self-storage property owners and operators in the United States. Revenue was $199.25 million, up 21.64 percent year over year and $4.83 million higher than expected. STORE Capital Corporation, situated in Arizona, is placed 7th on the list of quarterly dividend REIT companies to purchase. The company’s revenue was $192.05 million, up 14.12 percent year over year and $6.55 million higher than analysts’ expectations. National Retail Assets, Inc. is a real estate investment trust (REIT) that invests in high-end retail properties with long-term net leases. The company had 3,114 assets in around 48 states with a gross leasable area of about 32.4 million square feet as of September last year. For more details, click 10 Quarterly Dividend REIT Stocks To Buy.