Press Release

JLL Income Property Trust Declares 23rd Consecutive Quarterly Dividend

August 18, 2017 — Chicago

JLL Income Property Trust, an institutionally managed, daily valued perpetual life REIT (NASDAQ: ZIPTAXZIPTMXZIPIAXZIPIMX),announced that on August 10, 2017 its Board of Directors approved a gross dividend for the third quarter of 2017 of $0.125 per share. JLL Income Property Trust has declared twenty-three consecutive quarterly dividends to its stockholders beginning with the first quarter 2012.

The dividend is payable on or around November 1, 2017 to stockholders of record as of September 28, 2017. On an annualized basis, this gross dividend is equivalent to $0.50 per share and represents a yield of approximately 4.3 percent on a NAV per share of $11.53 as of August 15, 2017. All stockholders will receive $0.125 per share less applicable share class specific fees and the annualized yield will differ based on the share class.
“With paying 23 consecutive quarterly dividends, providing our stockholders with a reliable source of current income remains one of our primary objectives. We’ve also increased our dividend four times since 2012, delivering an average annual dividend growth rate of 5.4%,” said Allan Swaringen, President and CEO of JLL Income Property Trust.
A second quarter dividend of $0.125 per share, less applicable share class specific fees, was paid according to the table below on August 1, 2017 to stockholders of record as of the close of business on June 29, 2017.


M-I Share1A-I Share2M Share3A Share4
Q2 Quarterly Gross Dividend per Share$0.12500$0.12500$0.12500$0.12500
Less: Dealer Manager Fee per Share($0.00135)($0.00893)($0.00823)($0.02840)
Q2 Quarterly Net Dividend per Share$0.12365$0.11607$0.11677$0.09660
NAV per Share as of June 30, 2017$11.42$11.42$11.41$11.38
Annualized Net Dividend Yield Based on
NAV as of June 30, 2017
4.3%4.1%
4.1%3.4%


  1. A dealer manager fee equal to 1/365th of 0.05% of NAV is allocated to Class M-I stockholders daily and reduces the quarterly dividend paid.
  2. A dealer manager fee equal to 1/365th of 0.30% of NAV is allocated to Class A-I stockholders daily and reduces the quarterly dividend paid.
  3. A dealer manager fee equal to 1/365th of 0.30% of NAV is allocated to Class M stockholders daily and reduces the quarterly dividend paid.
  4. A dealer manager fee equal to 1/365th of 1.05% of NAV is allocated to Class A stockholders daily and reduces the quarterly dividend paid.

About JLL Income Property Trust

Jones Lang LaSalle Income Property Trust, Inc. (NASDAQ: ZIPTAX; ZIPTMX; ZIPIAX; ZIPIMX), is a daily NAV REIT that owns and manages a diversified portfolio of high quality, income-producing apartment, industrial, office and retail properties located in the United States. JLL Income Property Trust expects to further diversify its real estate portfolio over time, including on a global basis.

About LaSalle Investment Management

LaSalle Investment Management, Inc., a member of the JLL group and advisor to JLL Income Property Trust, is one of the world’s leading real estate investment managers with approximately $65.0 billion equity and debt investments under management (as of Q1 2020). LaSalle’s diverse client base includes public and private pension funds, insurance companies, governments, corporations, endowments and private individuals from across the globe. LaSalle sponsors a complete range of investment vehicles including separate accounts, open and closed-end funds, public securities and entity-level investments. LaSalle is a wholly-owned, operationally independent subsidiary of Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. (NYSE: JLL), one of the world’s largest real estate companies. For more information please visit www.lasalle.com.

Forward Looking Statements

This press release may contain forward-looking statements with respect to JLL Income Property Trust. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not descriptions of historical facts and include statements regarding management’s intentions, beliefs, expectations, research, market analysis, plans or predictions of the future. Because such statements include risks, uncertainties and contingencies, actual results may differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Past performance is not indicative of future results and there can be no assurance that future dividends will be paid.