Office Properties Income Trust (OPI)

NASDAQ
20.60
+0.18(+0.88%)
After Hours
20.32
-0.28(-1.36%)
- Real-time Data
  • Volume:
    189,944
  • Day's Range:
    20.32 - 20.80
  • 52 wk Range:
    18.75 - 28.49
High dividend Yield

OPI Overview

Prev. Close
20.42
Day's Range
20.32-20.8
Revenue
583.53M
Open
20.45
52 wk Range
18.75-28.49
EPS
-0.183
Volume
189,944
Market Cap
998.17M
Dividend (Yield)
2.20
(10.77%)
Average Vol. (3m)
244,489
P/E Ratio
-108.08
Beta
1.09
1-Year Change
-23.58%
Shares Outstanding
48,455,075
Next Earnings Date
Nov 04, 2022
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Office Properties Income Trust Analysis

Office Properties Income Trust Company Profile

Office Properties Income Trust Company Profile

Office Properties Income Trust is a real estate investment trust (REIT). The Company is focused on owning and leasing office properties primarily to single tenants and those with credit quality characteristics. Its primary investment objectives include acquiring properties that produce yields that are greater than the yields of properties it is disposing in connection with its capital recycling program, as well as acquiring properties with yields that are greater than Company’s cost of capital. The Company owns and leases approximately 170 properties with over 23 million square feet located in approximately 33 states and Washington, D.C. Its properties include 445 Jan Davis Drive, 131 Clayton Street, 4344 Carmichael Road, 15451 North 28th Avenue, 16001 North 28th Avenue, 711 S 14th Avenue, Regents Center, Campbell Place, Folsom Corporate Center, Bayside Technology Park, Bayside Technology Park, 10949 N. Mather Boulevard, 9815 Goethe Road, Capitol Place, and 11020 Sun Center Drive.

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  • probably it used to be to high, due to a real state bubble. Those days are long gone. Now I think it is interesting
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    • Why did this drop over last 10 years
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      • sb else?
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