Investor FAQs

  • Our common stock is listed and traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TRTX.

  • The Company commenced trading its shares on the NYSE under the ticker TRTX on July 20, 2017.

  • We are a commercial real estate finance company sponsored by TPG. We directly originate, acquire and manage commercial mortgage loans and other commercial real estate-related debt instruments for our balance sheet.

  • Our objective is to provide attractive risk-adjusted returns to our stockholders over time through cash distributions and capital appreciation. We focus primarily on directly originating and selectively acquiring floating rate first mortgage loans that are secured by high quality commercial real estate properties undergoing some form of transition and value creation, such as retenanting, refurbishment or other form of repositioning.

  • TPG Real Estate Finance Trust was incorporated in October 2014 and commenced operations in December 2014 with $713.5 million of equity commitments from seven third-party investors and $53.7 million from TPG affiliates.

  • Yes. The Company declared a cash dividend with respect to the third quarter of 2017 on September 26, 2017. To view the press release announcing this dividend, please visit our Press Releases page. To view more information about our dividend, please visit our Dividends page.

  • At this time the Company does not have a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP).

  • As a REIT, TPG Real Estate Finance Trust will be issuing a 1099.

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  • No. Investors may purchase TPG Real Estate Finance Trust's shares only through a broker.

  • Dividends are generally taxable in the year in which they are declared by TPG Real Estate Finance Trust. Following the end of each year we provide our US-based investors a Form 1099-DIV, and in relation to our non-US investors a Form 1042-S, and a tax status letter to shareholders that describes the taxability of the dividends paid in the preceding year, including a breakdown between ordinary and capital gain dividends. DRIP participants are taxed as if they had received cash dividends. For information about taxes in respect of dividends received by you, you should consult your own tax advisor.