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Thu, Feb. 4, 4:52 PM
- Q4 adjusted FFO per share of $0.48 vs. $0.43 one year ago. Full-year adjusted FFO of $1.88 vs. $1.68 in 2014.
- Average rent per apartment of $1,597 up 4.7% Y/Y. Average daily occupancy of 95.5% down 20 basis points.
- Q4 renewal rent increases of 5.6%; New lease rent increases of 2.1%; Weighted average rent increases of 3.6%.
- Full-year 2016 AFFO per share is guided to $1.91-$2.01 vs. $1.88 in 2015.
- Previously: Apartment Investment misses by $0.01, misses on revenue (Feb. 4)
- AIV flat after hours
Thu, Feb. 4, 4:38 PM
Wed, Feb. 3, 5:35 PM
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Wed, Jan. 27, 5:39 AM
Fri, Jan. 8, 9:46 AM
- These income favorites are known for having had a tough time of it in 2015, in part thanks to worries about rising interest rates. MKM's Jonathan Krinsky, however, notes REITs have been relatively outperforming the S&P 500 for months and have just broken out to nine-month highs versus the broader market.
- Krinsky's a technician, so he's staying with the trend and recommending going long REITs (NYSEARCA:IYR) versus the S&P 500.
- Turning to individual REIT sectors and names, he's overweight apartments (AIV, AVB, ESS, EQR, MAA), UDR), storage (CUBE, EXR, PSA, SSS), and shopping malls (KIM, MAC, FRT, REG, IRM).
- He's equal weight data centers (buys: CONE, DCT, QTS, sells: EGP), diversified (buys: AMT, CCI, DLR, DRE, PSB, sells: EQIX, LPT, STAG, VNO, WY, WPC).
- He's underweight office property (buys: EQC, sells: HPP, FSP, GOV, KRC, OFC, PKY, SLG), hotels (sells: AHT, FCH, HPT, HST), mREITs (sells: ARR, STWD, RSO, buy: ABR), healthcare (sells: HCP, MPW, OHI, VTR, buys: DOC, HR, HTA)
Wed, Jan. 6, 8:07 AM
- The national vacancy rate edged up to 4.4% in Q4 versus 4.3% in Q3 and a year earlier, according to Reis, Inc. It's the second straight sequential rise in vacancies - the first time that's happened since 2009. Rents rose 0.8% in Q4 - slower than past quarters, but still representing an annualized increase north of 3%.
- It's a tale of two markets, with older, suburban properties holding the overall vacancy rate down amid a surge in downtown, Class A supply aimed at the one-percenters.
- "Vacancies are rising predominantly because a lot of shiny, sexy new Class A projects are having a harder time leasing up relative to a few years ago," says Ryan Severino from Reis. According to his firm, there have been exactly zero completions of new Class B and C apartments since 2012, and almost 1M of new Class A units since 2007.
- Interested parties: EQR, AVB, ESS, PPS, UDR, AIV, CPT, MAA, IRET, MORE, NXRT, APTS, BRG
Dec. 16, 2015, 10:27 AM
- BMO Capital upgrades Apartment Investment and Management (AIV +1.7%) to Outperform from Market Perform. Yesterday it was Citi with an upgrade.
- Another apartment player gets an upgrade as KeyBanc boosts Camden Property Trust (CPT +1.3%) to Overweight.
- Argus upgrades Kimco (KIM +1.3%) to Buy. The stock is higher by 4.2% year-to-date.
- Stifel downgrades Liberty Property Trust (LPT -0.3%) to Sell. The stock is lower by 15.5% YTD.
Dec. 15, 2015, 10:22 AM
- A couple of sell-side moves in the REIT sector finds Citigroup giving up on LaSalle Hotel (LHO -0.2%) after a 36% decline YTD with a downgrade to Neutral from Buy; upgraded to Buy from Neutral is Apartment Investment and Management (AIV +1.2%). This stock is doing a little better - up 3.2% for 2015.
Dec. 9, 2015, 9:38 AM
- Strong demand for rental housing in the aftermath of the property crash isn't a new story, but it's got plenty of room to run, according to CoreLogic. The company expects more than 1.25M of household formations next year, with most of those wanting to rent at a time when vacancy rates are at or near 30-year lows.
- As a result, they say, look for rental rates to continue to outpace the level of inflation.
- And while multifamily mortgage originations should rise next year, CoreLogic sees single-family originations falling 10% - mostly due to lower refinance volume as interest rates go north.
- Interested parties: Single-family landlords: SBY, AMH, ARPI, SWAY. Apartment owners: EQR, AVB, ESS, PPS, UDR, AIV, CPT, MAA, IRET, MORE, NXRT, APTS, IRT
Nov. 20, 2015, 9:26 AM
- Apartment rents are still strong, but the rate of growth is slowing, according to Zillow, reporting a nationwide increase of 4.5% Y/Y in October, down from 5.3% in September and 6.6% in July.
- Even in red-hot San Francisco, a rent gain of 15.2% last month stands against 19% in June and July.
- At issue is more supply, says Zillow, noting projects begun a couple of years back are starting to come online.
- With rental affordability down, the relative affordability of homeownership is on the rise, says Zillow, noting home values up 4.3% - the fastest pace in a year.
- Apartment REITs: EQR, AVB, ESS, PPS, UDR, AIV, CPT, MAA, IRET, IRT, MORE, NXRT, APTS, BRG
Nov. 9, 2015, 11:25 AM
- Equity Residential (EQR -1.7%), UDR (UDR -1.6%), and Aimco (AIV -2.9%) are all downgraded to Sell at Miller Tabak. The declines in the trio today are roughly in-line with the rest of the apartment REIT sector, with the 10-year Treasury yield up another four basis points to 2.36%.
- The downgraded trio has outperformed the broader REIT sector this year, with EQR +5.2%, UDR +8.7%, and AIV -3% versus the IYR's 5.4% decline.
Nov. 3, 2015, 4:28 PM
- Adjusted FFO of $0.48 up from $0.39 one year ago.
- Average same-store revenue per apartment of $1,750 up 4.4% Y/Y. Average daily occupancy of 95.6% down 10 basis points. Expenses up 1.9%. NOI up 5.4%.
- Renewal rent increase of 6%; new lease rent increases of 6.6%; weighted average rent increases of 6.3%.
- Full-year AFFO outlook is boosted by a penny at the midpoint to $1.87-$1.91 per share.
- Earnings call tomorrow at 1 ET
- Previously: Apartment Investment FFO in-line, beats on revenue (Nov. 3)
- AIV flat after hours
Nov. 3, 2015, 4:22 PM
- Apartment Investment (NYSE:AIV): Q3 FFO of $0.57 in-line.
- Revenue of $240.38M (+0.2% Y/Y) beats by $2.08M.
Nov. 2, 2015, 5:35 PM
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Oct. 27, 2015, 5:06 PM
- Apartment Investment (NYSE:AIV) declares $0.30/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous.
- Forward yield 2.98%
- Payable Nov. 30; for shareholders of record Nov. 18; ex-div Nov. 16.
Oct. 26, 2015, 2:38 PM
- "The planned sales will likely raise questions regarding the apartment cycle as well as the 'call' for certain submarkets and asset types," says Cowen's James Sullivan, as Equity Residential (EQR +2.2%) announces the sale of $5.3B of apartment properties and looks to sell another $700M worth next year.
- Zell rung a bell for the top of the last real estate cycle with the early 2007 sale of his Equity Office Properties for $39B.
- Citi's Michael Bilerman acknowledges the sale should make good fodder for the bears, but he remains bullish on EQR. Wells Fargo's Jeffrey Donnelly is impressed with the timing, and applauds EQR for narrowing its focus on larger properties in core urban markets.
- Previously: Equity Residential sells chunk of holdings for $5.365B (Oct. 26)
- Other multi-family REITs: AvalonBay (AVB -0.5%), Essex Property (ESS -0.6%), Post Properties (PPS -0.1%), UDR (UDR -0.2%), Aimco (AIV +0.1%), Mid-America (MAA -0.3%), Investors Real Estate (IRET -0.1%), Independence Realty (IRT -2.6%).
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