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We are a specialty real estate investment trust (REIT) that invests in properties in select market segments which require unique industry knowledge, and offer the potential for stable and attractive returns.

We are focused. We target long-term investments in a limited number of market segments in which we maintain a depth of knowledge and relationships, and which offer sustained performance throughout all economic cycles. We typically structure our investments as triple net, placing the operating responsibilities and costs of the property on our tenants. We believe this structure translates to reduced risk and reliable cash flow.

We are dynamic. Our investment portfolio of over $5.3 billion includes specialty investments within our three primary investment segments of Entertainment, Recreation and Education. We currently have over 320 locations spread across 41 states with over 250 tenants.

We are disciplined. We thrive by adhering to rigorous underwriting and investing criteria, centered on key industry and property level cash flow standards. We believe our focused niche approach provides a competitive advantage, and the potential for higher growth and better yields.

We are proven. Our specialty focus has yielded superior results. Over the past decade we have considerably outperformed both the Russell 1000 and MSCI US REIT Index in total return, including consistent and strong cash dividend yields.

EPR Properties owns, develops, finances, and leases megaplex theatres, entertainment retail centers, and family entertainment centers that deliver a quality experience that value conscious consumers prefer to visit, again and again.
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More and more consumers are opting to spend their discretionary leisure dollars closer to home, making near-home recreation activities recession resistant.
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Each weekday, approximately 55 million students head off to more than 130,000 private and public schools* across the United States—and studies have shown that how well they learn is affected by the quality and upkeep of the facilities.
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