Analysts name 2 ASX dividend shares with attractive yields to buy next week

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If you’re looking for dividend shares with attractive yields to buy, then you may want to look at the two listed below.

Here’s why analysts rate these dividend shares highly:

Charter Hall Long WALE REIT (ASX: CLW)

Charter Hall Long Wale REIT could be an ASX dividend share to buy. It is a property company with a focus on office, industrial, and retail sectors.

Its portfolio includes 78 hotel properties leased to ALH Group that were acquired from ALE Property with Hostplus for ~$1.7 billion earlier this year. Combined with its other properties, the company now has a lengthy weighted average lease expiry (WALE) of 12.2 years.

One broker that is particularly positive on Charter Hall Long Wale REIT is Citi. It currently has a buy rating and $5.71 price target on its shares. Citi likes the company due to “the appeal of secure income in uncertain times.”

As for dividends, the broker is forecasting dividends per share of 30.8 cents in FY 2022 and 30.9 cents in FY 2023. Based on the current Charter Hall Long Wale REIT share price of $4.25, this will mean yields of ~7.2%.

Coles Group Ltd (ASX: COL)

Another ASX dividend share for income investors to consider is Coles. It is of course one of Australia’s big two supermarket operators.

It could be a top option due to its defensive qualities and the positive outlook of its sprawling network of supermarket, convenience stores, and liquor stores. The latter is being supported by its refreshed strategy, which is focusing on cutting costs through automation and efficiencies.

Morgans is a fan of Coles and has an add rating and $20.65 price target on its shares.

In respect to dividends, the broker is expecting fully franked dividends of 61 cents per share in FY 2022 and 64 cents per share in FY 2023. Based on the latest Coles share price of $16.76, this will mean yields of 3.6% and 3.8%, respectively.

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