Innovative Industrial Properties Remains A Compelling Dividend Buy – Reclassification Is Coming


  • IIPR remains a compelling Buy for growth/ dividend oriented investors, thanks to its inherent undervaluation and rich forward yields.
  • The upcoming cannabis federal reclassification will also trigger new growth opportunities for MSOs and REITs alike, further aided by the SAFER Banking Act.
  • This is especially since IIPR calls the three largest US Multi-State Operators by Market Cap as its core tenants, namely Curaleaf, Trulieve, and Green Thumb.
  • In the mean time, the management continues to deliver profitable operations along with healthier balance sheet and sustained investment growths, with minimal share dilution.
  • Combined with the growing bullish support observed in IIPR’s stock prices and valuations, we continue to reiterate our Buy rating here.

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We previously covered Innovative Industrial Properties (NYSE:IIPR) in February 2024, discussing why we had maintained our Buy rating, despite the YTD correction in its stock prices and the underperformance compared to the wider market.

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