Starwood Property: Top Value And A 9% Dividend Yield

Nov. 14, 2022 10:14 AM ETStarwood Property Trust, Inc. (STWD)16 Comments
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  • STWD continues to be excellent value for passive income investors.
  • The CRE company earned its dividend pay-out with distributable earnings in Q3’22.
  • The trust’s dividend yield stands at 9%.

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Starwood Property Trust Inc. (NYSE:STWD) is currently trading at a 9% dividend yield, and I believe the stock is still appealing to passive income investors.

In the third quarter, the commercial real estate trust covered its dividend with distributable earnings

Commercial Lending Portfolio

Commercial Lending Portfolio (Starwood Property Trust Inc)


Dividend (Author Created Table Using Trust Information)

Annual Net Interest Income

Annual Net Interest Income (Starwood Property Trust Inc)

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