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Arbor Realty Goes On Defense As Dividend Hikes Stop

Feb. 19, 2023 2:21 AM ETArbor Realty Trust, Inc. (ABR), ABR.PD45 Comments
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  • Arbor Realty's commons are up nearly 15% year-to-date and its recently declared dividend payout still forms a double-digit 10.3% yield.
  • Some shareholders were disappointed with the lack of a raise, but this was a prudent move with 2023 promising economic disruption.
  • The quarter was strong with dual revenue and earnings beats and with the mREIT's cash and liquidity position moving to its best position ever.

Exterior view of multifamily residential building under construction in Mountain View; the entire Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay Area is facing a housing crisis, with increased housing costs

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Internally managed real estate lender Arbor Realty (NYSE:ABR) just reported earnings for its fiscal 2022 fourth quarter that supported a quarterly cash dividend payout of $0.40 per share, in line with the

Arbor Realty 6.375% Series D Cumulative Preferred Stock


Arbor Realty commons versus preferreds

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