Apartment Investment And Management Company  (AIV)
Other Ticker:  

Apartment Investment And Management Company Segments

Real estate
   85.75 % of total Revenue
Affordable Real estate
   10.28 % of total Revenue
Investment management
   3.97 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (June 30. 2015)
(in millions $)
II. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(June 30. 2015)
(in millions $)
II. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
Real estate
201.44 85.75 % 135.74 67.38 %
Affordable Real estate
24.16 10.28 % 15.06 62.32 %
Investment management
9.32 3.97 % 0.00 -
234.92 100 % 150.79 64.19 %

• View Income Statement • View Competition by Segment • View Annual Report

Growth rates by Segment (June 30. 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
II. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(June 30. 2015)
Y/Y Income
II. Quarter
Q/Q Income
Real estate
-0.08 % -0.21 % 2.99 % 2.75 %
Affordable Real estate
-0.66 % -0.31 % 4.2 % 7.52 %
Investment management
5.53 % 6.73 % - -
0.07 % 0.04 % 3.11 % 3.2 %

• View Growth rates • View Competitors Segment Growth • View Market Share

To get more information on Apartment Investment And Management's Real estate, Affordable Real estate, Investment management, Total segment. Select each division with the arrow.

  Apartment Investment And Management's

Business Segments Description

Property Operations: Conventional and Aimco Capital

Our property operations are characterized by diversification of product, location and price point. We operate a broad range of property types, from suburban garden-style to urban high-rise properties in 47 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico at a broad range of average monthly rental rates, with most between $500 and $1,200 per month, and reaching as much as $2,900 per month at some of our premier properties. This geographic diversification insulates us, to some degree, from inevitable downturns in any one market.


Our conventional operations are organized into 15 regional operating centers, or ROCs, each of which is supervised by a Regional Vice President, or RVP. The ROCs are generally smaller business units with specialized operational, financial and human resource leadership. We seek to improve the operating results from our property operations by, among other methods, combining centralized financial control and uniform operating procedures with localized property management decision-making and market knowledge. In 2003, we renewed our focus on the ROCs overseeing our conventional operations. To manage our nationwide portfolio more efficiently and to increase the benefits from our local management expertise, we increased the level of accountability at the regional operating center level by giving direct responsibility for operations to the RVP with oversight from extensive regular reviews with senior management. To enable the RVPs to focus on sales and service, we narrowed the ROC mission and provided the ROCs with more resources, better systems, greater focus, and in many cases new leadership. In particular, we hired a dedicated regional financial officer to support each RVP, by improving financial control and budgeting. We also developed an expanded construction services group to handle all site work beyond routine maintenance, thus eliminating the need for RVPs to spend time on oversight of construction projects. We improved our corporate-level oversight of conventional property operations by developing better systems, standardizing business goals, operational measurements and internal reporting, and enhancing financial controls over field operations. We believe that these changes will enable our regional and community managers to benefit from more organizational clarity, more and better information, and more tools to help them make quicker, better decisions closer to the property and to the customer, including the areas discussed below.

Resident Selection and Retention. In apartment properties, neighbors are a part of the product together with the location of the property and the physical quality of the apartment units. Part of our conventional operations strategy focuses on resident acquisition and retention—attracting and retaining residents who are good neighbors and are credit worthy. We standardized residential financial stability requirements and raised the standard across our portfolio to reduce turnover costs and improve retention. We believe that the costs exceed the benefits when higher occupancy results from financially riskier residents or lowering financial stability standards.

Revenue Increases. We increase rents where feasible and seek to improve occupancy rates. We are also focused on the automation of on-site operations, as we believe that timely and accurate collection of property performance and resident profile data will enable us to maximize revenue through better property management and leasing decisions. We implemented standardized policies for new and renewal pricing with timely data and analyses by floor-plan, thereby enabling us to maximize our ability to modify pricing, even in challenging sub-markets. In addition, we intend to continue our emphasis on the quality of our on-site employees through recruiting, training and retention programs, which we believe lead to increased occupancy rates through improved customer service and enhanced performance.

Controlling Expenses. Cost controls are accomplished by local focus at the ROC level and by taking advantage of economies of scale at the corporate level. As a result of the size of our portfolio and our creation of regional concentrations of properties, we have the ability to spread over a large property base fixed costs for general and administrative expenditures and certain operating functions, such as purchasing, insurance and information technology. We are automating our supply chain to provide better control over purchasing decisions and to take advantage of volume discounts.

Ancillary Services. We believe that our ownership and management of properties provide us with unique access to a customer base that allows us to provide additional services and thereby increase occupancy and rents, while also generating incremental revenue. We currently provide cable television, telephone services, appliance rental, and carport, garage and storage space rental at certain properties.

Aimco Capital

Aimco is among the largest owners and operators of affordable properties in the United States. We formed Aimco Capital in 2002 to focus on our affordable housing properties, the operations of which are most often subsidized by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, or HUD, state housing agencies or tax credit financing. Aimco Capital has organized its property operations and asset management under a management team dedicated to this sector. Aimco Capital operates through four ROCs. Aimco Capital also generates income from asset management (compliance oversight for its owned and operated affordable portfolio as well as two other large portfolios that are asset managed only) and transactional activity related to its affordable holdings such as dispositions, tax credit redevelopment and refinancings.

Portfolio Management

Starting in 2003, we began to view our conventional property portfolio in terms of "core" and "non-core" properties. Core properties are those properties that are located in selected markets, many where population and employment growth are expected to exceed national trends and where we believe that we can become a regionally significant owner. We categorize core properties among: "preferred markets"—which are typically coastal, with high barriers to entry and home prices and median incomes above the national average; "growth markets"—which are typically in sunbelt regions with expectations of above average job growth; and "stable markets"—which are located in Midwest areas with limited new construction but also limited job growth. We intend to hold and improve core properties over the long-term and seek an allocation of properties among the above three categories in order to reduce volatility of our overall property operations. At December 31, 2003, we had 368 conventional core properties in 46 selected markets. Within our core portfolio, the largest single market (Washington, D.C.) contributed approximately 13%, and the five largest markets (Washington, D.C., greater Los Angeles, New England, Philadelphia and Chicago) together contributed approximately 43%, to income before depreciation and interest expense. Non-core properties are those properties located in other markets or in less favored locations within the 46 selected markets, which we generally intend to hold for investment for the intermediate term.

Portfolio management includes expanding our core portfolio through acquisitions of properties located in selected markets throughout the United States. We specifically seek investments in a variety of asset qualities and types in the selected markets at a purchase price below replacement cost. Currently, we acquire properties and property interests primarily in two ways:

the direct acquisition of a property or portfolio of properties through a purchase from, or a merger or business combination with, an entity that owns or controls the property or portfolio being acquired; and

the purchase from third parties, subject to our fiduciary duties, of additional interests in partnerships where we own a general partnership interest. These are typically executed for cash or OP Units. Since 1996, we have completed over 2,700 tender offers with respect to various partnerships resulting in over 160,000 transactions totaling $853 million in cash paid and OP Units issued to purchase additional interests in such partnerships.

Portfolio management also includes dispositions of properties located in other markets, properties located in less desirable sub-markets or properties that do not meet our long-term investment criteria. The sales of non-core properties, partially fund our acquisitions.

Reinvestment in Properties

We believe that the physical condition and amenities of our apartment properties are important factors in our ability to maintain and increase rental rates.


Sales by Geography Competition By Business Segments Company Profile

Advance Monthly Sales

Consumer Price Index CPI

Producer Price Index PPI

Retail Inventories

Personal Income

Gross Domestic Product GDP

Money Supply

Industrial Production


Employment Situation

US International Trade

Factory Orders

Durable Goods

Construction Spending

Housing Starts

Vehicle Unit Sales


Event Calendar

SKYA's Profile

Stock Price

SKYA's Financials

Business Description


Charts & Quotes

SKYA's News


SKYA's Competitors

Customers & Markets

Economic Indicators

SKYA's Growth

Company Segments


Stock Performance

Growth Rates




Financial Strength


Largest Companies

Management Effectivness


At a Glance


Growth Rates



Financial Strength


At a Glance



Sectors & Industries





At a Glance








About us


Financial Terms

Technical Analysis

Fundamental Analysis

Energy Terms

Manufacturing Terms

Transportation Terms

Health Care

Insurance Terms

Economy Terms

Hotel & Leisure Terms

CSIMarket Company, Sector, Industry, Market Analysis, Stock Quotes, Earnings, Economy, News and Research.    Copyright © 2021 CSIMarket, Inc. All rights reserved. This site uses cookies to make your browsing experince better. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy - UPDATED (Read about our Privacy Policy)

Intraday data delayed per exchange requirements. All quotes are in local exchange time. Intraday data delayed 15 minutes for Nasdaq, and other exchanges. Fundamental and financial data for Stocks, Sector, Industry, and Economic Indicators provided by CSIMarket.com
CSIMarket.com 1500 N. University Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33071