LTC Properties: A 6.2% Monthly Payer You Don't Want To Miss

Dec. 23, 2022 7:22 AM ETLTC Properties, Inc. (LTC)3 Comments
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  • LTC Properties offers passive income investors a covered dividend that has been paid for years.
  • The trust profits from the aging of the U.S., a long-term trend.
  • Valuation and yield both remain attractive.

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LTC Properties Inc. (NYSE:LTC) is a well-managed real estate investment trust focused on the healthcare sector that passive income investors should consider.

Long-term fund from operations growth is supported by aging trends, and the REIT pays a dividend that is

Portfolio By Property Type

Portfolio By Property Type (LTC Properties Inc)

Portfolio Diversification By Geography

Portfolio Diversification By Geography (LTC Properties Inc)

U.S. Aging Trends

U.S. Aging Trends (LTC Properties Inc)

Abated And Deferred Rent

Abated And Deferred Rent (LTC Properties Inc)


Dividend (Author Created Table Using Company Earnings Supplements)

Historic Dividend Growth

Historic Dividend Growth (LTC Properties Inc)

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