About Northern Property Real Estate Income Trust

Northern Property Real Estate Investment Trust ("NPR" or the "REIT") is an open-end real estate investment trust that invests in a portfolio of mainly residential income-producing properties. The REIT is the largest residential landlord in the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and the Province of Newfoundland & Labrador where many multi-family units are leased to government and corporations.

The REIT is also a significant residential landlord in the strong economic areas of northern Alberta and British Columbia. The REIT also owns commercial buildings and furnished executive suites in its main markets.

NPR units trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol NPR.UN.
 

The objectives of NPR are:

  • to acquire residential properties with longer term leases to governments and larger corporations
  • to provide unit holders with consistent, growing equity, value, increased liquidity and monthly distributions payable monthly on a tax efficient basis
  • to operate our properties, and seek out new markets that will provide for ongoing growth in distributions to unit holders
  • to acquire energy efficient, low maintenance, quality properties
     

Fast Facts

Stock Exchange

TSX

Trading Symbol

NPR.UN

Units Outstanding

31,778,851

Founding Year

2002

Initial Public Offering (IPO)

May 30, 2002

Total Assets

$1.67 billion

Market Capitalization

$755 million

 
Updated: December 31, 2014