About Killam Apartment REIT
Killam Apartment REIT is a growth-oriented Canadian real estate investment trust owning, operating and developing apartments and manufactured home communities (MHCs). Killam owns a $4.8 billion real estate portfolio, located in Atlantic Canada, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.
Killam’s long-term growth strategy is to increase funds from operations (FFO), net asset value (NAV) and create value for its stakeholders. It focuses on:
1. Increasing earnings from its existing portfolio.
2. Expanding the portfolio and diversify geographically through accretive acquisitions, with an emphasis on newer properties.
3. Developing high-quality properties in its core markets.
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How many properties does Killam own?
Killam owns 280 properties, including 231 apartment properties, 40 manufactured home communities and 9 commercial properties. Killam has a total of 19,527 apartment units and 5,975 MHC units.
Environment & Sustainability
Like any business, revenue and profit matter to us — but unlike many companies, we measure our value by more than just a balance sheet. Our goals don’t stop there, either. We also define success by the amount of good we can do for our people, community and planet.
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Our Trustees are responsible for the stewardship of Killam and overseeing the conduct of the business and the activities of management, who represent us each day.
Effective and transparent corporate governance is critical to Killam’s long-term success, as well as to our ability to create unitholder value. Killam frequently reviews its corporate governance policies, monitors emerging corporate governance developments, and enhances its policies as necessary.
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