What stock exchange is Cherry Hill’s common stock traded on and what is its ticker symbol?
How do I invest in Cherry Hill’s common stock?
Does Cherry Hill pay a quarterly dividend on its common stock?
Does Cherry Hill have a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP)?
Who serves as the registrar and transfer agent for Cherry Hill?
Computershare Trust Company is the registrar and transfer agent for Cherry Hill’s common stock. Computershare Trust Company is available to resolve problems related to unpaid dividends, lost, destroyed or stolen certificates, as well as to facilitate name and address changes. The toll-free phone number for Computershare Trust Company is (800) 522 6645. Please visit www.computershare.com for more information. Regular Mail Communication items should be sent to:
PO BOX 505000
Louisville, KY 40233-5000
What is Cherry Hill’s fiscal year?
How can I obtain copies of financial information for Cherry Hill?
How do I contact Cherry Hill Investor Relations?
When did Cherry Hill first become a publicly traded company?
Has Cherry Hill ever had a stock split?
Does Cherry Hill have a formal Code of Business Conduct and Ethics?
What is a REIT?
Real Estate Investment Trust or REIT is a company that owns, and in many cases, operates income-producing real estate such as apartments, shopping centers, offices, hotels and warehouses. Some REITs also engage in financing real estate. The shares of many REITs are publicly traded but this is not a requirement for qualification as a REIT.
To qualify as a REIT, a company must distribute at least 90 percent of its taxable income to its shareholders annually. A REIT is allowed to deduct dividends paid to its shareholders from its corporate taxable income. Therefore, most REITs distribute at least 100 percent of their taxable income to their shareholders and thus owe no federal corporate tax. Taxes are paid by shareholders on the dividends they receive and any capital gains. Most states honor this federal treatment and also do not require REITs to pay state income tax. Like other businesses, but unlike partnerships, a REIT cannot pass any tax losses through to its investors.