Here are 2 ASX dividend shares to buy right now according to experts

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A man and woman sit next to each other looking at each other and feeling excited and surprised after reading good news about their ASX shares on the laptop in front of themIf you’re looking for dividends shares to buy with attractive yields, 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. Staying true to its name, this brought the company’s lengthy weighted average lease expiry (WALE) to 12.2 years.

One broker that is particularly positive on Charter Hall Long Wale REIT is Ord Minnett. It currently has an accumulate rating and $5.46 price target on its shares.

As for dividends, the broker is forecasting dividends per share of 30 cents in FY 2022 and 29 cents in FY 2023. Based on the current Charter Hall Long Wale REIT share price of $4.39, this will mean yields of 6.8% and 6.6%, respectively.

Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS)

This telco giant could be a top option for income investors now that the tide is finally turning for its earnings.

After years of battling lost earnings from the NBN rollout, the company now has growth in its sights at long last.

In fact, after resetting the business with the transformational T22 strategy, the impending T25 is aiming to drive solid and sustainable growth. This could bode well for dividends in the coming years and could even mean the first dividend increase in almost a decade isn’t too far away.

But for now, the team at Morgans continues to forecast fully franked dividends per share of 16 cents in both FY 2022 and FY 2023. Based on the current Telstra share price of $3.98, this will mean yields of 4.1%.

Morgans also sees a lot of value in Telstra share price with its add rating and $4.56 price target on its shares.

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