Case Study: Acadia Realty Trust

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Acadia Realty Trust, a major competitor has a lower cash ratio of 0.38 than preferred apartment communities, Inc.
Acadia Realty Trust has a very high times interest earned ratio of 2.52, allowing it to meet its interest payment quite easily, operating as an equity only REIT. However, it has a higher beta.

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