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Analyst Opinion on American Capital Agency Corp. and Apartment

Analyst Opinion on American Capital Agency Corp. and Apartment
Investment & Management Co. -- REIT Residential Still Strong but
Apartment Sector Growth Slowing 
LONDON -- (Marketwire) -- 11/01/12 --  Companies in the residential
REIT industry, such as American Capital Agency Corp. and Apartment
Investment & Management Co., seem to be enjoying relatively positive
market fundamentals, particularly in the multifamily segment. The
industry has seen some positive third quarter earnings reports
already and a flurry more financial releases are expected early in
November.  
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In recent months companies operating in the multifamily market have
been seeing strong supply and demand fundamentals. Demand is expected
to continue to grow in coming years as a housing shortage is
expected. Some say the shortfall could constitute up to 1 million
homes annually. As the economic recovery takes hold, job growth is
expected to unlock vast pent up demand from households which are
presently doubled-up due to financial constraints. Analyst opinion on
American Capital Agency Corp. accessible for free at  
http://www.wallstreetactive.com/AGNC01November12.pdf  
However, recent reports indicate that while growth in the apartment
sector continues with strength, there has been something of a
slowdown in the sector's momentum. The third quarter saw the slowest
national vacancy rate improvement since 2010, just 0.1 percent to 4.6
percent. Furthermore, rent growth during the period slowed to 0.9
percent as compared to 1.3 percent seen the second quarter. See what
our analysts have to say on Apartment Investment & Management Co.
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