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Equity Residential


Community Rating: 2 Stars: Unattractive

57.50 -0.93 (-1.59%)

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Today's Open $58.18
Previous Close $58.43
Daily Range $57.19 - $58.29
52-Week Range $50.08 - $60.97
Market Cap $20.8B
P/E Ratio -122.34
Dividend (Yield) $2.00 (3.4%)
Ex-Dividend Date
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Volume 3,247,516
Average Daily Volume 1,864,588
Current FY EPS $3.09

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GaryMK (< 20)
Submitted September 4, 2010

With the housing market the way it is I see potential in the rental market into the future until the housing market stabilizes and people regain their faith in purchasing a home.

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investorpoet2 (< 20)
Submitted July 1, 2011

There will be rent growth and occupancy should remain high for this apartment REIT, but the price has just gotten too high. It trades at a 4.15% FFO yield and has a current dividend yield of 2.22%. De … More

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Equity Residential (EQR) Description

The Company is focused on the acquisition, development and management of high quality apartment properties in top United States growth markets. Website: http://www.eqr.com/

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