Making the Grade
In 2015 Aimco earned investment grade status from both Fitch and Standard and Poor’s, two highly respected credit rating institutions. These sought-after ratings provide independent verification of Aimco’s financial strength and healthy balance sheet. They also demonstrate the Aimco team’s consistently high performance in the areas of financial management, operations and portfolio strategy.
Strong, Collaborative Leadership
Collaboration, accountability and innovation characterize Aimco leaders at every level. The company is guided by an experienced and highly respected Board of Directors who bring years of business acumen and principled decision making to Aimco. Elected annually by a majority vote, the Directors have been industry leaders in establishing good governance policies that are responsive to shareholders and following the highest ethical standards.
Solid Foundation for the Future
In 2015 Aimco delivered strong results in operations, portfolio management, redevelopment, maintaining a healthy balance sheet and promoting a positive workplace culture. Aimco will build upon these successes and continue to realize its vision to be the best owner and operator of apartment communities, inspired by a talented team committed to exceptional customer service, strong financial performance and outstanding corporate citizenship. Aimco creates shareholder value by delivering solid financial performance, building a strong portfolio, maintaining a healthy balance sheet, exercising cost discipline and engaging shareholders.
Aimco’s portfolio continues to improve as the company sells lower performing apartment communities in weaker markets and invests the proceeds in properties with stronger financial prospects in healthier markets. In 2015 Aimco:
- Reached a record high of average revenue per apartment home of $1,840, an increase of 10% over 2014.
- Enhanced our properties by investing $200-$300 million in redevelopment and development.
- Created an impressive incremental value of 25 to 35 cents for every dollar invested.