Nasdaq: HPT...$30.66...Quarterly Dividend:$0.51...Yield:6.65%
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Since its founding in 1995, Hospitality Properties Trust has paid out approximately $4.7 billion in distributions to investors.
Conservative capital structure.
Hospitality Properties Trust is investment grade rated (Moody’s: Baa2; S&P: BBB-). It has a conservative balance sheet with total debt (book value) to total market capitalization of 42.9%. It has well laddered debt maturities with approximately 75.1% coming due after 2018.
Hospitality Properties Trust has geographic, brand and tenant diversity, along with strong operating agreements that require its managers or tenants to pay HPT fixed minimum returns or rents. It does not engage in new hotel development.
High quality assets.
Hospitality Properties Trust has a high quality hotel portfolio with low average historical cost per key and an irreplaceable travel center portfolio strategically located along the U.S. Interstate Highway System.
Capacity for growth.
Hospitality Properties Trust has a $1 billion credit facility to use for acquisitions. The credit facility has no financing contingencies, which provides a competitive advantage and certainty of acquisition closure.
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Hotel & Travel Center Real Estate
Hospitality Properties Trust is a lodging and travel center real estate investment trust, or REIT. As of June 30, 2016, we have invested approximately $8.9 billion in 305 hotels and 197 travel centers located in 45 states, Puerto Rico and Canada.
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Hospitality Properties Trust
Two Newton Place, 255 Washington Street, Newton, MA 02458-1634
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