Over the last few trading days a number of popular income shares have revealed the dividends they expect to pay to shareholders in the near future.
Here is what you need to know:
Aventus Group (ASX: AVN)
This large format retail centre operator has declared its distribution for the quarter ending December 31. It will be paying 4.26 cents per unit on February 20 and will trade ex-distribution on December 30. Annualised, this equates to a 6.1% yield.
DEXUS Property Group (ASX: DXS)
This property group has announced a 27 cents per unit distribution for the six months ending December 31. This is consistent with the previous corresponding period and equates to a 4.5% annual yield. Its units go ex-distribution on December 30. It will then be paid to shareholders on February 28.
Hotel Property Investments Ltd (ASX: HPI)
This hotel-focused investment company expects to pay a distribution of 10.3 cents per stapled security for the half year ending December 31. This is expected to be paid to shareholders on March 2. This means its units provide a trailing 6.3% distribution yield.
National Storage REIT (ASX: NSR)
This leading self-storage operator has just declared a 4.7 cents per unit interim distribution. This brings its distributions to 9.8 cents per unit over the last 12 months, which equates to a 5% distribution yield. On December 30 its units will trade ex-distribution. After which, it will be paid to eligible shareholders on February 28.
Stockland Corporation Ltd (ASX: SGP)
This diversified property company has announced an estimated distribution for the six months to December 31 of 13.5 cents per security. This puts it on course to deliver on its forecast full year distribution of 27.6 cents per security for the 12 months to June 30 2020. This means its shares provide a forward 5.8% distribution yield.
Sydney Airport Holdings Pty Ltd (ASX: SYD)
This airport operator has declared a 19.5 cents per share dividend for the first half of FY 2020. This brings Sydney Airport’s dividends for the last 12 months to 39 cents per share, which equates to a 4.4% dividend yield. It also trades ex-dividend on December 30, before being paid on February 14.
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