National Health Investors, Inc. (NYSE:NHI) insider have most recently took part in a trading activity. On Aug 28, 2017 Mccabe Robert A Jr, Director bought 259 shares having total worth of $20,704 at the price of $79.94 per share, following the transaction a total of 10,428 shares owned by Mccabe Robert A Jr.
The stock has experienced a total of 1 insider trades in the past three months. These trades include 1 sell activities .Furthermore, over the past 12 months , the stock was traded 2 times by insiders. In 2 of these trades, the insider was a seller .
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Shares of National Health Investors, Inc. (NYSE:NHI) traded up 0.11% on Aug 25, 2017, hitting $79.68. 122,584 shares of the company’s stock traded hands. National Health Investors, Inc. has a 52 week low of $59.47 and a 52 week high of $80.71. The company’s market cap is $3,110 million.
National Health Investors, Inc. (NYSE:NHI) last announced its earnings results on Aug 9, 2017. The company reported 1.32 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, higher than the consensus estimate of 0.87 by $0.45. The company had revenue of $70 million for the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $68 million. During the same quarter in the previous year, the company posted 1.22 earnings per share. The company’s revenue for the quarter was up 14% on a year-over-year basis.
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National Health Investors, Inc., a Maryland corporation incorporated in 1991. The Company is a real estate investment trust which invests in income-producing health care properties mainly in the long-term care and senior housing industries. The Company invests in health care properties including assisted living facilities, independent living facilities, senior living campuses, medical office buildings, and hospitals. The Company’s continuing operations consisted of investments in real estate and mortgage notes receivable in 134 health care facilities located in 25 states consisting of 41 assisted living facilities, 6 senior living campuses, 3 independent living facilities, 78 skilled nursing facilities, 2 medical office buildings, 4 hospitals and other notes receivable. All of its investments in real estate and mortgage loans secured by real estate are located within the United States. The Company’s investments are structured as acquisitions of properties through purchase-leaseback transactions, acquisitions of real estate operations with in-place leases, or as mortgage loans. The Company also provides construction loans for facilities for which it has already committed to provide long-term financing or for which the operator agreed to enter into a lease with the Company upon completion of the construction. The lease rates on its leases and the interest rates on its mortgage and construction loans have typically ranged between 8% and 12% per annum. The Company normally charges a commitment fee of 1% based on the purchase price of the property in a purchase-leaseback transaction or the total principal amount of a mortgage or construction loan. The Company leases generally have an initial leasehold term of 10 to 15 years with one or more 5-year renewal options. The leases are ‘triple net leases’ under which the tenant is responsible for the payment of all taxes, utilities, insurance premium costs, repairs and other charges relating to the ownership and operation of the Health Care Facilities, including required levels of capital expenditure each year. The Company also provides construction loans that by their terms convert to mortgage loans upon the completion of the construction of the facility. In general, the Company mortgage loans have a maturity of at least 10 years with the principal amortized over 20 to 25 years and a balloon payment due at maturity. Its loans are at a fixed interest rate; however, some interest rates increase based on scheduled fixed rate increases. The Company competes with other REITs, private equity funds and other investors (including, but not limited to, banks, insurance companies, and investment banks who market securities in mortgage funds) in the acquisition, leasing and financing of health care-related properties mainly on the basis of price and flexibility of financing structure. The health care industry is regulated by federal, state and local law and is directly affected by state and local licen
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