Warren Buffett's\u00a0nearly 10% stake in Store Capital, his only real-estate stock, has turned out to be a multi-bagger, as the firm continues to grow at a robust pace. Notably, the legendary billionaire investor had picked up a 10% stake in the firm in June 2017. According to the firm's website,\u00a0Warren Buffett\u2019s company, Berkshire Hathaway invested $377 million in STORE Capital, representing 9.8% of total shares outstanding.\u00a0Berkshire Hathaway's total investment has grown to a whopping $605 million in the firm as on December 31,2018. The investment has grown by a whopping $228 million in less than 2 years. While, Buffett's penchant for dividend paying stocks is well-known, its intriguing to note than Store Capital Corp pays a dividend of 4.1% \u2014more than double the S&P 500 average, according to a Forbes report. The firm has also raised its dividend 32% in the past five years. Also read:\u00a0Modi\u2019s $5 trillion bet: PM promises to put India among world\u2019s top 3; key challenges In the latest quarter, Store has reported record earnings of $137 million, implying a 69% jump from a year earlier. The scrip also has a stellar return on investment, as today, for every Store share you own, you\u2019ll get a $1.32 cash payment each year, notes Forbes. Store shares closed at $32.49 on the NYSE on Thursday.\u00a0 Notably, Store Capital, a real estate investment trust (REIT) focused on stand-alone, service-oriented, retail businesses.\u00a0\u00a0The company focuses on real estate properties where tenants are under leases that require them to cover property taxes, building insurance, and maintenance. Further, as a REIT, Store Capital is mandated distribute at least 90% of its taxable income to shareholders in the form of dividends. This explains the firm's high dividend payout.\u00a0Many of the heavyweights in Buffett's portfolio such as\u00a0Kraft Heinz, Wells Fargo, The Coca-Cola Company, International Business Machine Corporation (IBM), Phillips 66, American Express are known to pay heavy dividends.