Getty Realty Corp. (NYSE:GTY) filed Annual Report for the period ended 2010-12-31.
Getty Realty Corp. has a market cap of $745.2 million; its shares were traded at around $22.62 with a P/E ratio of 12.6 and P/S ratio of 8.4. The dividend yield of Getty Realty Corp. stocks is 8.5%. Getty Realty Corp. had an annual average earning growth of 3.6% over the past 5 years.
Highlight of Business Operations:As part of our overall growth strategy, we regularly review acquisition and financing opportunities to acquire additional properties, and we expect to continue to pursue acquisitions that we believe will benefit our financial performance. In January 2011, we acquired fee or leasehold title to 59 Mobil branded gasoline stations and convenience store properties for $111.3 million in a sale/leaseback and loan transaction with CPD NY Energy Corp. (CPD NY), a subsidiary of Chestnut Petroleum Dist. Inc. This transaction was financed entirely with borrowings under our existing $175.0 million amended and restated senior unsecured credit agreement (the Credit Agreement).
Revenues from rental properties included in continuing operations for the year ended December 31, 2010 were $88.3 million which is comprised of $86.9 million of lease payments received and $1.4 million of Rental Revenue Adjustments consisting of deferred rental income recognized due to the straight-line method of accounting for the leases with Marketing and certain of our other tenants, amortization of above-market and below-market rent for acquired in-place leases and income recognized for direct financing leases. In 2010, we received lease payments from Marketing aggregating approximately $60.3 million, or 69%, of the $86.9 million lease payments received included in continuing operations. Our financial results are materially dependent upon the ability of Marketing to meet its rental, environmental and other obligations under the Marketing Leases. Marketings financial results depend on retail petroleum marketing margins from the sale of refined petroleum products and rental income from its subtenants. Marketings subtenants either operate their gas stations, convenience stores, automotive repair services or other businesses at our properties or are petroleum distributors who may operate our properties directly and/or sublet our properties to the operators. Since a substantial portion of our revenues are
As part of our overall growth strategy, we regularly review acquisition and financing opportunities to acquire additional properties, and we expect to continue to pursue acquisitions that we believe will benefit our financial performance. We review such opportunities on an ongoing basis and may have one or more potential acquisitions under consideration at any point in time, which may be at varying stages of the negotiation and due diligence review process. To the extent that our current sources of liquidity are not sufficient to fund such acquisitions, we will require other sources of capital, which may or may not be available on favorable terms or at all. Since May 2003, we have acquired approximately 270 properties in various states in transactions valued at approximately $319 million. These acquisitions have ranged in size from a portfolio comprised of 18 properties with an aggregate value of approximately $13 million up to a portfolio comprised of 59 properties with an aggregate value of approximately $111 million. In addition, from time to time we acquire individual properties when opportunities arise including through the exercise of purchase options for leased locations or in conjunction with tax-free exchanges.
In January 2011, we acquired fee or leasehold title to 59 Mobil-branded gasoline station and convenience store properties and also took a security interest in six other Mobil-branded gasoline stations and convenience store properties in a sale/leaseback and loan transaction with CPD NY. Our total investment in the transaction was $111.3 million, which was financed entirely with borrowings under our Credit Agreement. Of our aggregate investment, $92.9 million was made by way of sale/leaseback and $18.4 million was made by way of a secured, self-amortizing loan having a 10-year term (the CPD Loan). The properties were acquired or financed in a simultaneous transaction among ExxonMobil, CPD NY and us whereby CPD NY acquired a portfolio of 65 gasoline station and convenience stores from ExxonMobil and simultaneously completed a sale/leaseback of 59 of the acquired properties with us. The lease between us, as lessor, and CPD NY, as lessee, governing the properties is a unitary triple-net lease agreement (the CPD Lease), with an initial term of 15 years, and options for up to three successive renewal terms of ten years each. The CPD Lease requires CPD NY to pay a
In September 2009, we acquired the real estate assets of 36 Exxon-branded gasoline stations and convenience store properties for $49.0 million in a triple-net sale/leaseback transaction with White Oak Petroleum LLC (White Oak). This transaction was financed with $24.5 million of borrowings under our Credit Agreement and $24.5 million of indebtedness under a new $25.0 million term loan agreement with TD Bank, N.A. (the Term Loan Agreement or Term Loan).
In March 2007, we acquired 59 convenience store and retail motor fuel properties in ten states for approximately $79.3 million from various subsidiaries of FF-TSY Holding Company II, LLC (the successor to Trustreet Properties, Inc.) (Trustreet), a subsidiary of General Electric Capital Corporation. This transaction was financed with funds drawn under our Credit Agreement. We subsequently acquired five additional properties from Trustreet for approximately $5.2 million. The aggregate cost of these acquisitions, including transaction costs, was approximately $84.5 million.
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