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Section 1: 8-K (INVESTOR PRESENTATION: "CAPITAL MARKETS UPDATE: FEBRUARY 2020")

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UNITED STATES

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

Washington, D.C. 20549

 

FORM 8-K

 

CURRENT REPORT

Pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d)

of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934

 

Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported):  February 18, 2020

 

MID-AMERICA APARTMENT COMMUNITIES, INC.

(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

 

Tennessee

001-12762

62-1543819

(State or Other Jurisdiction of incorporation)

(Commission File Number)

(I.R.S. Employer Identification No.)

 

MID-AMERICA APARTMENTS, L.P.

(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

 

Tennessee

333-190028-01

62-1543816

(State or Other Jurisdiction of incorporation)

(Commission File Number)

(I.R.S. Employer Identification No.)

 

 

 

6815 Poplar Avenue, Suite 500

 

Germantown, Tennessee

38138

(Address of Principal Executive Offices)

(Zip Code)

 

(901) 682-6600

(Registrant's telephone number, including area code)

 

N/A

(Former name or former address, if changed since last report)

 

Check the appropriate box below if the Form 8-K filing is intended to simultaneously satisfy the filing obligation of the registrant under any of the following provisions (see General Instruction A.2. below):

 

 

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Pre-commencement communications pursuant to Rule 13 e-4(c) under the Exchange Act (17 CFR 240.13e-4(c))

 

Securities registered pursuant to Section 12(b) of the Act:

 

Title of each class

Trading

Symbol(s)

Name of each exchange on which registered

Common Stock, par value $.01 per share (Mid-America Apartment Communities, Inc.)

MAA

New York Stock Exchange

8.50% Series I Cumulative Redeemable Preferred Stock, $.01 par value per share (Mid-America Apartment Communities, Inc.)

MAA*I

New York Stock Exchange

 

Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is an emerging growth company as defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act of 1933 (17 CFR §230.405) or Rule 12b-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (17 CFR §240.12b-2).

 

Emerging growth company

 

If an emerging growth company, indicate by check mark if the registrant has elected not to use the extended transition period for complying with any new or revised financial accounting standards provided pursuant to Section 13(a) of the Exchange Act.

 

 

 

 


 

ITEM 7.01Regulation FD Disclosure

 

The presentation furnished as Exhibit 99.1 to this Current Report on Form 8-K (the “Report”) will be made available to investors beginning February 18, 2020, after the market closes.

 

The information included in this Report under this Item 7.01 (including Exhibit 99.1 hereto) is being furnished and shall not be deemed to be filed for the purposes of Section 18 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, or otherwise subject to the liabilities of Section 18, nor shall it be incorporated by reference into a filing under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, except as shall be expressly set forth by specific reference in such filing. The information included in this Report K under this Item 7.01 (including Exhibit 99.1 hereto) will not be deemed an admission as to the materiality of any information required to be disclosed solely to satisfy the requirements of Regulation FD.

 

ITEM 9.01Financial Statements and Exhibits.

 

(d)Exhibits.

 

Exhibit Number

 

Description

99.1

 

Investor Presentation: “Capital Markets Update: February 2020”

104

 

Cover Page Interactive Data File (embedded within the Inline XBRL document)

 

 

 

 


 

SIGNATURES

 

Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned thereunto duly authorized.

 

 

 

 

MID-AMERICA APARTMENT COMMUNITIES, INC.

 

 

 

 

Date:

February 18, 2020

By:

/s/Albert M. Campbell, III

 

 

 

Albert M. Campbell, III

 

 

 

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

 

 

 

(Principal Financial Officer)

 

 

 

 

 

MID-AMERICA APARTMENTS, L.P.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mid-America Apartment Communities, Inc., its general partner

 

 

 

 

Date:

February 18, 2020

By:

/s/Albert M. Campbell, III

 

 

 

Albert M. Campbell, III

 

 

 

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

 

 

 

(Principal Financial Officer)

 

 

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Section 2: EX-99.1 (EX-99.1)

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CAPITAL MARKETS UPDATE FEBRUARY 2020

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FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS This presentation contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. These forward-looking statements, which are based on current expectations, estimates and projections about the industry and markets in which MAA operates and beliefs of and assumptions made by MAA management, involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that could significantly affect the financial results of MAA. Words such as “expects,” “anticipates,” “intends,” “plans,” “believes,” “seeks,” “estimates,” and variations of such words and similar expressions are intended to identify such forward-looking statements, which are not historical in nature. In this presentation, forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, any statements about forecasted operating results, anticipated revenue and expense growth, expected acquisition and disposition activity, the outlook for multifamily supply, the outlook for job growth, anticipated capital raising and financing activities, anticipated occupancy rates, anticipated lease pricing and rent growth, expected timing and financial impact of capital initiatives, estimated development funding, the anticipated timing of completion of current development projects and the stabilization of such projects, MAA’s future development projects, the anticipated stabilization of communities in lease-up, the anticipated scope of MAA’s future redevelopment activities and projected redevelopment costs, incremental rent growth and incremental revenue, anticipated dividends, interest rate and other economic expectations, and other information that is not historical. All statements that address operating performance, events or developments that MAA anticipates or expects will occur in the future are forward-looking statements. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to predict. Although MAA believes the expectations reflected in any forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, MAA can give no assurance that its expectations will be achieved, and therefore actual outcomes and results may differ materially from what is expressed, implied or forecasted in such forward-looking statements. Some of the factors that may affect outcomes and results include, but are not limited to: inability to generate sufficient cash flows due to market conditions, changes in supply and/or demand, competition, uninsured losses, changes in tax and housing laws, or other factors; exposure as a multifamily-focused REIT to risks inherent in investments in a single industry and sector; adverse changes in real estate markets; failure of new acquisitions to achieve anticipated results or be efficiently integrated; failure of development communities to be completed, if at all, within budget and on a timely basis or to lease-up as anticipated; unexpected capital needs; changes in operating costs, including real estate taxes, utilities and insurance costs; losses from catastrophes in excess of our insurance coverage; level and volatility of interest or capitalization rates or capital market conditions; the effect of any rating agency actions; inability to attract and retain qualified personnel; cyberliability or potential liability for breaches of our privacy or information security systems; adverse legislative or regulatory tax changes; adverse legal proceedings; compliance costs associated with laws requiring access for disabled persons; and those additional risks and factors discussed in reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission by MAA from time to time, including those discussed under the heading “Risk Factors” in MAA’s most recently filed Annual Report on Form 10-K. MAA undertakes no duty to update any forward-looking statements appearing in this presentation. REGULATION G This presentation contains certain non-GAAP financial measures within the meaning of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. MAA’s definitions of these non-GAAP financial measures, among other terms, and reconciliations to the most directly comparable GAAP measures, can be found in the accompanying Appendix and under the “Filings & Financials – Quarterly Results” navigation tab on the “For Investors” page of MAA’s website at www.maac.com.

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Strong. Building Momentum. Ready. Transformative transactions over the last six years have enhanced our portfolio, our execution capabilities and our capacity to support new growth. We look forward to capturing the opportunities that lie ahead.

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Strong MAA has a differentiated approach, focused on the high growth Sun Belt region Portfolio is diversified among markets, submarkets, asset styles, and price points Portfolio size and market concentration create efficiencies and economies of scale Technology initiatives further strengthen platform and opportunities Strong balance sheet provides safety while creating flexibility and opportunity Building Momentum Strong 2019 rent growth trends carry momentum into 2020 High yielding interior kitchen and bath redevelopment program continues throughout the portfolio Expanded exterior amenity redevelopment program underway at select properties Expanded new development pipeline creating additional value Ready Proven track record of creating steady internal growth, while also absorbing and extracting value from significant external growth Balance sheet capacity creates growth opportunities Experienced, tenured management team Strong culture with focus on delivering long-term value for all stakeholders A Strategy Focused On Creating Value Through The Full Market Cycle 1 2 3

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A Differentiated Approach, Focus on High Growth Sunbelt Region l TOP 10 MARKETS BY %NOI1 l OTHER CALIFORNIA MARKETS1 l MAA MARKETS Seattle Los Angeles Boston San Jose San Francisco DC Metro New York Orange County Oakland-East Bay San Diego Inland Empire Public Apartment REIT Market Concentration % PUBLIC APARTMENT REIT SECTOR NOI FROM 10 LARGE COASTAL MARKETS1 SECTOR 68% MAA 4% % PUBLIC APARTMENT REIT SECTOR NOI FROM CALIFORNIA1 SECTOR 38% MAA 0% Differentiated Approach Within the Apartment Sector RANK MARKET NET MIGRATION2 (000’s) 1 Dallas-Ft Worth 412 2 Phoenix 327 3 Houston 262 4 Austin 252 5 Tampa 242 6 Atlanta 214 7 Charlotte 204 8 San Antonio 192 9 Denver 183 10 Orlando 173 Top 10 US Markets for Net Migration 2010 – 2018 Over an eight year period (from 2010 to 2018) almost 60% of all domestic moves were to MAA Markets. 1 Green Street Advisors, U.S. Apartment Outlook, January 17, 2020 2 US Census Bureau, Cumulative Estimates of the Components of Population Change, April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2018 - Net Migration - Domestic 1

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1 WASHINGTON D.C. 4,080 Units | 6.6% NOI ATLANTA 10,664 Units | 12.3% NOI TOP 10 MARKETS BY % SAME STORE NOI FOR 4Q 2019 Diversified Portfolio in High-Growth Region CHARLOTTE 6,149 Units | 7.0% NOI TAMPA 5,220 Units | 6.7% NOI DALLAS-FORT WORTH 13,653 Units | 13.2% NOI 1 2 4 3 5 1

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NASHVILLE 4,055 Units | 4.5% NOI AUSTIN 6,475 Units | 6.1% NOI TOP 10 MARKETS BY % SAME STORE NOI FOR 4Q 2019 Diversified Portfolio in High-Growth Region HOUSTON 4,867 Units | 4.4% NOI RALEIGH/DURHAM 4,397 Units | 4.6% NOI ORLANDO 5,274 Units | 6.4% NOI 6 7 8 10 9 1

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Market Diversification and Submarket Balance across the High Growth Sunbelt Region Multifamily Markets Regional Office Corporate Headquarters Source: Company and Company 4Q 2019 Earnings Release Supplemental 1 Based on gross asset value at 12/31/2019 for total multifamily portfolio 2 Average effective rent/unit for 4Q 2019 of higher than $1,300 for A to A+ and $1,300 or lower for B to B+ for total multifamily portfolio TOP 20 MARKETS % 4Q 2019 SS NOI Atlanta, GA 12.3% Dallas, TX 9.1% Charlotte, NC 7.0% Tampa, FL 6.7% Washington, DC 6.6% Orlando, FL 6.4% Austin, TX 6.1% Raleigh/Durham, NC 4.6% Nashville, TN 4.5% Houston, TX 4.4% Fort Worth, TX 4.1% Jacksonville, FL 3.4% Phoenix, AZ 3.2% Charleston, SC 2.7% Richmond, VA 2.2% Savannah, GA 2.0% Greenville, SC 1.7% Memphis, TN 1.4% Birmingham, AL 1.4% San Antonio, TX 1.3% Total 91.1% 1

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High Growth Region Favors Continued Strong Demand Annual Employment Growth Superior JOB GROWTH VS. NATIONAL AVERAGES Favorable MIGRATION TRENDS and HOUSEHOLD FORMATIONS FAVORABLE TAX ENVIRONMENT attracts employers and drives job growth BUSINESS-FRIENDLY infrastructure attracts employers Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics MAA’S TOP MARKETS CONSISTENTLY RANK AMONG HIGHEST IN THE COUNTRY FOR JOBS, MIGRATION, LIVEABILITY AND POPULATION GROWTH Dallas/ Fort Worth Atlanta Washington DC Charlotte Tampa #1 Best Big City for Jobs Top 10 Market Highest Net Migration Top 10 Strongest Economy in the US #4 Fastest Growing Large US City #3 City with Most Jobs in 2019 ~Forbes, 2017 ~US Census Bureau, 2010-2018 ~Business Insider, 2018 ~Wallet Hub, 2018 ~Manpower Group Orlando Austin Houston Nashville Raleigh/ Durham #1 Job Growth Rate in US (Large City) #1 Best Places to Live #1 Top Metro for Economic Growth Potential #3 Best Big City for Jobs #2 Best Place for Business and Careers ~US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2017-2018 ~US News & World Report, 2018 ~Business Facilities, 2018 ~Forbes, 2017 ~Forbes, 2018 1

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Operational Strength and Efficiencies Drive Value MAA’s established expense management practice stands out among peers Since 2013, the average annual property expense growth for MAA is 2.5% vs the sector average1 of 3.0% Unique shop stocking program that drives down maintenance and turn costs Proactive utility monitoring and management program Proactive lease expiration management and inventory readiness practices Superior use of web screening and capture technology to efficiently drive qualified leasing traffic; high capture rate Enhanced scale, size and efficiencies in procurement of third party products and services associated with property operations Source: Company reports 1 Sector defined as AIV, AVB, CPT, EQR, ESS, UDR, PPS (through 2016), HME (through 2014), AEC (through 2014), CLP (through 2013), BRE (through 2013) VALUE CREATION FROM PROPERTY OPERATING EXPENSE SAVINGS Reported Same Store Annual value creation (in $000s) created by MAA’s lower annual expense growth of 2.5% vs. sector average of 3.0%, assuming a 5.0% cap rate. 1

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2019 Test and 2020 Expansion Tests at 15 properties in 2019 were well received Mobile control of lights, thermostat and security as well as leak monitoring provides additional value to residents Additional synergy opportunities in repairs and maintenance and vacant and house electric charges Expect to install in approximately 24K units in 2020 with revenue impact as leases expire or renew Smart Home Technology Roll-out In Progress Technology Advances Expected to Enhance Operations and Add Value Double Play Bulk Internet Roll-out In Progress High-Speed Internet added to Bulk Cable Program Program initiated in the back half of 2019 adds high-speed internet access at discounted price to residents Opportunity exists for approximately half of the same store portfolio Expect contracts to be in place for all units by mid-year 2020, with NOI opportunity building as leases expire or renew Projected 2020 NOI growth impact of roughly 50bps Other Programs Recently Completed or Currently in Review/Testing Phase New and Improved Single Operating Platform Improvements to Intranet, Digital Content and Training for Employees Enhanced Online Recruiting Tools Utility Monitoring Enhancements SightPlan – Mobile Inspections for Service Technicians Enhanced Company Website and Data Analysis Artificial Intelligence, Chat, CRM, and Prospect Engagement Tools 1

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Credit metrics At 12/31/2019 MAA SECTOR AVG4 Total debt / adjusted total assets1 31.4% 32.3% Total secured debt / adjusted total assets1 4.4% 5.3% Unencumbered NOI / total NOI 90.2% 91.1% Net debt / recurring adjusted EBITDAre2 4.62x3 5.05x Consolidated income available for debt service to total annual debt service charge1,2 5.10x 5.65x Weighted average maturity of debt (in years) 7.5 8.1 0.0% 10.8% 6.1% 13.5% 57.0% 12.6% Debt maturity profile ($ in millions) AT 12/31/2019 1 MAA calculations as specifically defined in Mid-America Apartments, L.P.’s debt agreements. 2 Sector average represents publicly disclosed sector equivalent. 3 Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre for the trailing twelve months ended December 31, 2019 included the impact of the non-cash income related to the fair value adjustment of the embedded derivative in the MAA Series I preferred shares. The inclusion of the non-cash income item lowered Net Debt/Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre by 9 basis points for the trailing twelve months ended December 31, 2019. 4 Sector constituents include AVB, CPT, EQR, ESS and UDR; data is from 4Q 2019 company filings % MATURING 5% 4% 15% 8% 9% 59% Weighted Average Interest Rate 3.8% Weighted Average Maturity 7.5 years Strong Balance Sheet and Manageable Debt Maturity Profile 1 1 Debt excluding unsecured revolving credit facility and unsecured commercial paper program. At 12/31/19, there was no outstanding balance on the revolving credit facility. 1

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Strong Trends Heading Into 2020 2 2019 2020F Blended Lease Over Lease Rent Growth 4.4% 2.9% - 3.9% “Earned in” Rent Growth1 0.9% 1.7% 1 “Earned in” rent growth is calculated as December effective rent/unit as compared to the full year effective rent/unit and is intended to capture the carry over growth into the following year from in place rents

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Value Creation through Kitchen and Bath Redevelopment Program Approximately 25,000 units redeveloped during past 3 years Redevelopments are performed on turn at select communities (properties remain in same store group), minimizing down time and allowing us to continually refine the program for real-time improvements Standard program includes kitchen and bath upgrades Stainless appliances Counter top replacement Updated cabinetry Plumbing and light fixture updates Flooring Between 12,000 - 14,000 units (including legacy PPS portfolio) remaining for redevelopment across same store portfolio with potential to create additional rent growth value. Scope Opportunity Before After Post Parkside, Orlando, FL 2017A 2018A 2019A 2020F Production 8,375 8,155 8,329 7,000-8,000 Average Per Unit Cost $5,463 $6,138 $5,876 $6,000-$7,000 Average Rent Increase 8.8% 10.5% 9.8% 9%-10% RESULTS 2

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Future Opportunity to Capture Pipeline of Units Yet to be Redeveloped MAA REDEVELOPMENT PIPELINE Currently Identified Redevelopment Opportunity Future Value Opportunity Revenue At 5.0% Cap Rate Net Value Creation $17.3M $346.0M $264.5M Legacy MAA Legacy CLP Legacy PPS Total MAA Units 3,749 3,334 6,024 13,107 Capital $16.9M $15.0M $49.6M $81.5M Incremental Revenue $3.5M $3.1M $10.7M $17.3M Top 10 2020 Markets For Redevelopment Atlanta, GA 1,339 units Dallas, TX 651 units Tampa, FL 573 units Charlotte, NC 513 units Orlando, FL 363 units Nashville, TN 304 units Washington, DC 302 units Phoenix, AZ 280 units Raleigh/Durham, NC 234 units Charleston, SC 220 units 13K units of opportunity <350 Redeveloped Units +350 Redeveloped Units 2

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Expanding the Redevelopment Program to Drive Additional Value Property Repositioning Program Thoughtful Upgrades to Maximize Revenue Program differentiated from kitchen/bath redevelopment – includes upgrade of amenities, exteriors and common areas to keep pace with market demand Candidates evaluated on location, potential for rent growth, competition and incoming supply 10 properties planned for 2020 Approximate 2020 investment of $26M with benefit expected in 2021 (8-9% cash on cash return) CASE STUDY Post Parkside | Orlando Leverage Location and Views of Lake Eola Property located in highly desirable downtown area overlooking Lake Eola; high foot traffic; grocery, restaurants, events within walking distance; demographics and demand favorable to support upgrade Current rooftop unused; existing leasing office small, not ideally located; common amenities and exteriors in need of update and expansion Evaluate repurposing rooftop as resident lounge area Evaluate moving and expanding current leasing center for maximum visibility, accessibility and functionality Evaluate addition of package room and parcel pending solution Evaluate improvements to existing resident amenities including pool area as well as other exterior updates Currently greater than 20% delta between rents of the subject property and its immediate comparable property set Unused Rooftop Potential for Rooftop Lounge Similar to Comps (pictured example: Post Midtown Atlanta rooftop terrace) 2

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Novel Midtown, Phoenix, AZ Current $490 million development pipeline Development Pipeline Poised To Deliver Value MAA Frisco Bridges II, Dallas, TX Jefferson Sand Lake, Orlando, FL 336 N Orange, Orlando, FL Started late 3Q 2019 Expected Completion 3Q 2020 Expected Completion 2Q 2021 Expected Completion 4Q 2021 2 Westglenn, Denver, CO Expected Completion 4Q 2021

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6.2% AVERAGE EXPECTED STABILIZED NOI YIELD $30M - $31M TOTAL EXPECTED STABILIZED INCREMENTAL NOI ACTIVE DEVELOPMENTS AT 12/31/2019 PROPERTY MSA TOTAL UNITS TOTAL EXP COST (IN MILLIONS) EXPECTED INITIAL OCCUPANCY EXPECTED STABILIZATION2 Copper Ridge II Fort Worth, TX 168 $ 30.0 1Q 2020 1Q 2021 MAA Frisco Bridges II Dallas, TX 348 $ 69.0 2Q 2020 4Q 2021 Novel Midtown3 Phoenix, AZ 345 $ 82.0 4Q 2020 3Q 2022 Westglenn Denver, CO 306 $ 84.5 2Q 2021 3Q 2022 336 N Orange Orlando, FL 369 $ 99.0 2Q 2021 4Q 2022 Long Point Houston, TX 308 $ 57.0 3Q 2021 4Q 2022 Jefferson Sand Lake4 Orlando, FL 264 $ 68.0 2Q 2021 4Q 2022 TOTAL ACTIVE DEVELOPMENTS 2,108 $ 489.5 Development Pipeline and Lease-ups Poised To Deliver Value Established history and success of disciplined capital deployment will govern growth through new development Design and investment managed from an owner/operator perspective; long-term margins optimized Spread between forecasted cost basis and current cap rates supports value accretion of approximately $230M from the current pipeline1 Source: Company 4Q 2019 Earnings Release Supplemental 1 Based on 4.5% Cap Rate; includes 4Q 2019 development and lease-up pipeline 2 Communities are considered stabilized after achieving 90% occupancy for 90 days 3 MAA owns 80% of the joint venture that owns this property 4 MAA owns 95% of the joint venture that owns this property 5.9% AVERAGE BLENDED STABILIZED NOI YIELD $8.0M - $9.0M TOTAL EXPECTED STABILIZED INCREMENTAL NOI ACTIVE LEASE-UPS AT 12/31/2019 PROPERTY MSA TOTAL UNITS TOTAL COST (IN MILLIONS) PHYSICAL OCCUPANCY EXPECTED STABILIZATION2 Post Parkside at Wade III Raleigh, NC 150 $ 23.7 96.7% 1Q 2020 1201 Midtown II Charleston, SC 140 $ 28.6 92.9% 1Q 2020 Sync 36 II Denver, CO 79 $ 21.8 45.6% 2Q 2020 The Greene Greenville, SC 271 $ 72.1 82.7% 3Q 2020 TOTAL ACTIVE LEASE-UPS 640 $ 146.2 83.6% 2

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Differentiated Strategy and Superior Execution Drives Long-term Value Creation SOURCE: S&P Global, Company, KeyBank Leaderboard, 02/09/2020 1 AFFO Payout Ratio is defined as annual dividends paid or forecasted to be paid divided by annual AFFO per Share diluted 2 Weighted average of AFFO Payout Ratio for multifamily peers: AIV, AVB, CPT, EQR, ESS and UDR CLP Merger PPS Merger Great Recession AFFO Payout Ratio1 2019 PEER AVERAGE2 10 Year CAGR: AFFO 6.8% FFO 5.6% 3

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2012 2019 37.0% 22.5% Balance Sheet Capacity With Multiple Capital Sources 2012 Total Debt/Total Assets 44.1% Fixed Charge Coverage 4.4x Annual Dividend/Share $2.64 Dividend/AFFO 66.7% Net Debt/Recurring Adj EBITDAre 6.48x Ratings BBB-/Baa2/BBB Unencumbered Gross Assets 53% Average Daily Trading Volume 300k Outstanding Public Bonds $0 2019 Total Debt/Total Assets 31.4% Fixed Charge Coverage 4.9x Annual Dividend/Share $4.00 Dividend/AFFO 64.8% Net Debt/Recurring Adj EBITDAre 4.62x Ratings BBB+/Baa1/BBB+ Unencumbered Gross Assets 89% Average Daily Trading Volume 530k Outstanding Public Bonds $3.2 billion 2012 2019 TOTAL CAPITALIZATION DEBT/TOTAL CAPITALIZATION 3

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Experienced, Tenured Management Team General Counsel & Commercial Property Operations Rob DelPriore EVP, General Counsel 25 years with MAA (includes outside tenure) Tom Grimes EVP, Chief Operating Officer 25 years with MAA Al Campbell EVP, Chief Financial Officer 22 years with MAA Melanie Carpenter EVP, Chief Human Resources Officer 20 years with MAA Brad Hill EVP, Director of Multifamily Investing 10 years with MAA David Ward EVP, Development 15 years with MAA (includes PPS tenure) Multifamily Property Operations Finance New Development Acquisitions & Dispositions Human Resources Experienced, strengthened, and broadened management team enhances execution capabilities Team of 26 Senior VPs with wide range of technical experience and expertise drives competitive advantages. Average 12 years with MAA Robust property manager training and development program Seasoned Management…Industry Leaders NAREIT | NATIONAL MULTIFAMILY HOUSING COUNCIL | URBAN LAND INSTITUTE | NATIONAL HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION | STATE AND LOCAL APARTMENT ASSOCIATIONS 3

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Strong Culture Serving All Stakeholders Our long-term commitment to sustainability and responsibly managing our relationships is an essential part of how we provide exceptional service and value for our stakeholders. We are dedicated to continuous progress and have established an ESG council of executive and senior department heads focused on tracking and enhancing our environmental, social and governance efforts. CONSERVING RESOURCES Low-flow toilets and WaterSense plumbing fixtures Smart irrigation and water use efficiency audits Landscape innovations minimizing turf and using drought tolerant plant material Utility monitoring systems REDUCING WASTE On-site trash recycling options for residents Trash compaction to reduce pick-ups Online leasing and communication tools Vendor partnerships to recycle carpet and other flooring materials; use of carpets made with recycled content INCREASING ENERGY EFFICIENCY Reduced watt, high performance lighting fixtures in community breezeways and common areas Routine maintenance and audits of HVAC systems and upgrades to efficient equipment Energy Star rated appliances Smart thermostats EMPOWERING ASSOCIATES Competitive compensation and benefits packages, recognition programs, and growth opportunities Ongoing training The latest technology and proven systems Associate engagement including internal communications, reviews and surveys CARING FOR RESIDENTS STAR Service Program and routine resident surveys Online resident portal for ease of transactions, service request submission and communication Property amenities to promote healthy lifestyles REACHING THE COMMUNITY Corporate charity, Open Arms Foundation, provides temporary housing to families who must travel for medical treatment. Over 3,000 families helped to date in over 50 MAA homes. BUILDING CONFIDENCE Corporate Governance Guidelines encompassing board and committee structure, director and executive officer standards and stock ownership requirements Code of conduct and ethical standards applying to all MAA associates and directors Governance practices overseeing policies and standards related to shareholder rights and proxy access Performance-based, equity compensation aligning executive goals with the long-term best interests of our shareholders Transparency and accountability of financial reporting, auditing and internal controls through risk oversight and anonymous submission platform Strong governance ratings from Green Street Advisors and Institutional Shareholder Services Environmental Stewardship Social Responsibility Corporate Governance 2019-2020 Initiatives GRESB ASSESSMENT | FIRST CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY REPORT | PROPERTY LEVEL UTILITY MONITORING 3

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2020 Same Store Outlook REVENUE EXPENSE Property Revenue Growth Full Year 2020 Forecast 3.25% - 4.25% 3.75% Midpoint Property Expense Growth Full Year 2020 Forecast 3.75% - 4.75% 4.25% Midpoint Blended Lease Over Lease Pricing Full Year 2020 Forecast February 2020 YTD: 1.9% 2.9% - 3.9% 3.4% Midpoint Real Estate Tax Growth Full Year 2020 Forecast 4.00% - 5.00% 4.50% Midpoint Average Physical Occupancy Full Year 2020 Forecast 10bps below prior year February 2020 YTD: 95.5% 95.6% - 96.0% 95.8% Midpoint Insurance Expense Full Year 2020 Forecast Will renew July 1st with an expected 10-15% increase over prior policy period inclusive of all lines of insurance Double Play Internet Full Year 2020 Forecast Expected to contribute 55bps to revenue growth for the year Double Play Internet Full Year 2020 Forecast Expected to contribute 65bps to expense growth for the year Other Fee/Ancillary Income Full Year 2020 Forecast Expected to be flat as compared to prior year due to slightly lower occupancy All Other Expenses Full Year 2020 Forecast Expected to be in the 3.0% growth range on average for the year Full Year 2020 NOI Growth Range Forecast of 3.0% - 4.0% 3

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2020 Core FFO and Investment Outlook EXPECTED CORE FFO/SHARE1 CAPITAL INITIATIVES4 TRANSACTIONS4/FINANCING Full Year 20202 $6.38 - $6.62 $6.50 Midpoint Smart Home Investment 24k to 25k units installed in 2020 $35M - $38M Capital Spend Multifamily Acquisitions All in lease up, i.e. initially dilutive $175M - $225M $200M Midpoint Q1 20203 $1.53 - $1.65 $1.59 Midpoint Exterior Redevelopment 10 properties targeted for 2020 $25M - $30M Capital Spend Multifamily Dispositions $125M - $150M $138M Midpoint Actual 2019 results included $0.29 per Share of unusual or non-cash items that are not forecasted to recur in 2020: $0.15 per Share from the valuation of the preferred derivative $0.10 per Share of land gains $0.04 per Share of various other items On a Core FFO basis, FFO/Share in 2019 was $6.26 Interior Redevelopment 7k to 8k units in 2020 $48M - $52M Capital Spend Multifamily Development Funding $225M - $275M $250M Midpoint Unsecured Bond Exploring 5 year to 30 year options $300M - $400M 3.00% - 3.75% [TIMING: Q2 2020] Equity Issuance $80M of equity assumed at midpoint of transaction guidance 1 In this context, per Share means per diluted common share and unit. 2 Net income per diluted common share is expected to be in the range of $3.02 to $3.26 per diluted common share ($3.14 at the midpoint) for the full year 2020. 3 MAA does not forecast Net income per diluted common share on a quarterly basis as MAA cannot predict the timing of forecasted acquisition and disposition activity within a particular quarter (rather than during the course of the full year). 4 Expectations for the full year 2020 3

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Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Financial Measures Definitions of Non-GAAP Financial Measures and Other Key Terms APPENDIX At December 31, 2019

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Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Financial Measures RECONCILIATION OF FFO, AFFO AND FAD TO NET INCOME AVAILABLE FOR MAA COMMON SHAREHOLDERS (1) Results for the years ended December 31, 2019 and 2018 included $17.9 million of non-cash income and $2.6 million of non-cash expense, respectively, related to the fair value adjustment of the embedded derivative in the MAA Series I preferred shares. (2) Results for the years ended December 31, 2019 and 2018 included $0.15 per Share of non-cash income and $0.02 per Share of non-cash expense, respectively, related to the fair value adjustment of the embedded derivative in the MAA Series I preferred shares. Amounts in thousands, except per share and unit data Three months ended December 31, Year ended December 31, 2019 2018 2019 2018 Net income available for MAA common shareholders $ 148,667 $ 60,360 $ 350,123 $ 219,211 Depreciation and amortization of real estate assets 123,928 120,181 490,632 484,722 (Gain) loss on sale of depreciable real estate assets (80,001 ) 18 (80,988 ) 39 Depreciation and amortization of real estate assets of real estate joint venture 153 152 618 595 Net income attributable to noncontrolling interests 5,471 2,235 12,807 8,123 Funds from operations attributable to the Company (1) 198,218 182,946 773,192 712,690 Recurring capital expenditures (14,320 ) (15,887 ) (72,781 ) (71,960 ) Adjusted funds from operations (1) 183,898 167,059 700,411 640,730 Redevelopment capital expenditures (13,139 ) (14,001 ) (58,199 ) (55,148 ) Revenue enhancing capital expenditures (6,804 ) (8,905 ) (32,871 ) (30,910 ) Commercial capital expenditures (2,056 ) (1,575 ) (7,075 ) (8,150 ) Other capital expenditures (5,785 ) (7,288 ) (19,280 ) (31,417 ) Funds available for distribution (1) $ 156,114 $ 135,290 $ 582,986 $ 515,105 Dividends and distributions paid $ 113,630 $ 108,808 $ 453,682 $ 434,928 Weighted average common shares - diluted 114,309 113,880 114,113 113,836 FFO weighted average common shares and units - diluted 118,214 117,974 118,127 117,948 Earnings per common share - diluted: Net income available for common shareholders $ 1.30 $ 0.53 $ 3.07 $ 1.93 Funds from operations per Share - diluted (2) $ 1.68 $ 1.55 $ 6.55 $ 6.04 Adjusted funds from operations per Share - diluted (2) $ 1.56 $ 1.42 $ 5.93 $ 5.43

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Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Financial Measures RECONCILIATION OF NET OPERATING INCOME TO NET INCOME AVAILABLE FOR MAA COMMON SHAREHOLDERS Dollars in thousands Three Months Ended Year Ended December 31, 2019 September 30, 2019 December 31, 2018 December 31, 2019 December 31, 2018 Net Operating Income Same Store NOI $ 247,739 $ 238,137 $ 235,966 $ 956,075 $ 921,240 Non-Same Store NOI 19,291 17,956 15,468 72,097 55,518 Total NOI 267,030 256,093 251,434 1,028,172 976,758 Depreciation and amortization (125,426 ) (124,684 ) (121,541 ) (496,843 ) (489,759 ) Property management expenses (13,816 ) (13,899 ) (12,054 ) (55,011 ) (47,633 ) General and administrative expenses (10,885 ) (11,485 ) (9,063 ) (46,121 ) (34,786 ) Merger and integration expenses — — (609 ) — (9,112 ) Interest expense (43,698 ) (44,513 ) (44,454 ) (179,847 ) (173,594 ) Gain (loss) on sale of depreciable real estate assets 80,001 1,000 (18 ) 80,988 (39 ) Gain on sale of non-depreciable real estate assets 2,787 — 662 12,047 4,532 Other non-operating (expense) income (495 ) 20,060 (631 ) 25,275 5,434 Income tax expense (882 ) (1,491 ) (785 ) (3,696 ) (2,611 ) Income from real estate joint venture 444 378 576 1,654 1,832 Net income attributable to noncontrolling interests (5,471 ) (2,814 ) (2,235 ) (12,807 ) (8,123 ) Dividends to MAA Series I preferred shareholders (922 ) (922 ) (922 ) (3,688 ) (3,688 ) Net income available for MAA common shareholders $ 148,667 $ 77,723 $ 60,360 $ 350,123 $ 219,211

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Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Financial Measures RECONCILIATION OF EBITDA, EBITDAre, ADJUSTED EBITDAre AND RECURRING ADJUSTED EBITDAre TO NET INCOME (1) Included in Other non-operating income in the Consolidated Statements of Operations. (2) Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre for the trailing twelve months ended December 31, 2019 included the impact of the non-cash income related to the fair value adjustment of the embedded derivative in the MAA Series I preferred shares. The inclusion of this non-cash income item lowered Net Debt/Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre by 9 basis points for the trailing twelve months ended December 31, 2019. Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre for the trailing twelve months ended December 31, 2018 included the impact of the non-cash expense related to the fair value adjustment of the embedded derivative in the MAA Series I preferred shares. The inclusion of this non-cash expense item increased Net Debt/Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre by 1 basis point for the trailing twelve months ended December 31, 2018. Dollars in thousands Three Months Ended Year Ended December 31, 2019 December 31, 2018 December 31, 2019 December 31, 2018 Net income $ 155,060 $ 63,517 $ 366,618 $ 231,022 Depreciation and amortization 125,426 121,541 496,843 489,759 Interest expense 43,698 44,454 179,847 173,594 Income tax expense 882 785 3,696 2,611 EBITDA 325,066 230,297 1,047,004 896,986 (Gain) loss on sale of depreciable real estate assets (80,001 ) 18 (80,988 ) 39 Adjustments to reflect the Company's share of EBITDAre of unconsolidated affiliates 336 321 1,351 1,242 EBITDAre 245,401 230,636 967,367 898,267 Loss (gain) on debt extinguishment (1) 193 (1,960 ) 253 (2,179 ) Net casualty (gain) loss and other settlement proceeds (1) (1,491 ) 920 (3,390 ) (724 ) Gain on sale of non-depreciable assets (2,787 ) (662 ) (12,047 ) (4,532 ) Adjusted EBITDAre 241,316 228,934 952,183 890,832 Merger and integration expenses — 609 — 9,112 Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre (2) $ 241,316 $ 229,543 $ 952,183 $ 899,944

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Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Financial Measures RECONCILIATION OF NET DEBT TO UNSECURED NOTES PAYABLE AND SECURED NOTES PAYABLE RECONCILIATION OF GROSS ASSETS TO TOTAL ASSETS RECONCILIATION OF GROSS REAL ESTATE ASSETS TO REAL ESTATE ASSETS, NET Dollars in thousands December 31, 2019 December 31, 2018 Unsecured notes payable $ 3,828,201 $ 4,053,302 Secured notes payable 626,397 475,026 Total debt 4,454,598 4,528,328 Cash and cash equivalents (20,476 ) (34,259 ) 1031(b) exchange proceeds included in Restricted cash (1) (33,843 ) — Net Debt $ 4,400,279 $ 4,494,069 Dollars in thousands December 31, 2019 December 31, 2018 Total assets $ 11,230,450 $ 11,323,781 Accumulated depreciation 2,955,253 2,549,287 Gross Assets $ 14,185,703 $ 13,873,068 Dollars in thousands December 31, 2019 December 31, 2018 Real estate assets, net $ 10,987,128 $ 11,151,701 Accumulated depreciation 2,955,253 2,549,287 Cash and cash equivalents 20,476 34,259 1031(b) exchange proceeds included in Restricted cash (1) 33,843 — Gross Real Estate Assets $ 13,996,700 $ 13,735,247 (1) Included in Restricted cash on the Consolidated Balance Sheets.

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Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Financial Measures RECONCILIATION OF NET INCOME PER DILUTED COMMON SHARE TO CORE FFO AND CORE AFFO PER SHARE FOR 2019 RESULTS AND 2020 GUIDANCE Year ended 2020 Full Year Guidance Range December 31, 2019 Low High Earnings per common share - diluted $ 3.07 $ 3.02 $ 3.26 Real estate depreciation and amortization 4.17 4.23 4.23 Gains on sale of depreciable assets (0.69 ) (0.89 ) (0.89 ) FFO per Share - diluted 6.55 6.36 6.60 Non-Core items (0.29 ) (1) 0.02 0.02 Core FFO per Share - diluted 6.26 6.38 6.62 Recurring capital expenditures (0.62 ) (0.67 ) (0.67 ) Core AFFO per Share - diluted $ 5.64 $ 5.71 $ 5.95 (1) Non-Core items may include adjustments related to the fair value adjustment of the embedded derivative in the MAA Series I preferred shares, adjustments for gains or losses from an unconsolidated limited partnership, merger and integration expenses, mark-to-market debt adjustments, loss or gain on debt extinguishment, net casualty gain or loss, and loss or gain on sale of non-depreciable assets. Results for the year ended December 31, 2019 included $0.15 per Share of non-cash income related to the fair value adjustment of the embedded derivative in the MAA Series I preferred shares, $0.10 per Share of gains related to the sale of non-depreciable real estate assets and $0.04 per Share of income related to other net adjustments.

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Definitions of Non-GAAP Financial Measures Adjusted EBITDAre For purposes of calculations in this release, Adjusted Earnings Before Interest, Income Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization for real estate, or Adjusted EBITDAre, is composed of EBITDAre adjusted for net gain or loss on non-depreciable asset sales, insurance and other settlement proceeds and gain or loss on debt extinguishment. As an owner and operator of real estate, MAA considers Adjusted EBITDAre to be an important measure of performance from core operations because Adjusted EBITDAre does not include various income and expense items that are not indicative of operating performance. MAA's computation of Adjusted EBITDAre may differ from the methodology utilized by other companies to calculate Adjusted EBITDAre. Adjusted EBITDAre should not be considered as an alternative to Net income as an indicator of operating performance. Adjusted Funds From Operations (AFFO) AFFO is composed of FFO less recurring capital expenditures. In order to better align the classification of capital expenditures with business goals, certain capital expenditures related to commercial properties have been reclassified out of recurring capital expenditures and revenue enhancing capital expenditures for comparative purposes. AFFO should not be considered as an alternative to Net income available for MAA common shareholders as an indicator of operating performance. As an owner and operator of real estate, MAA considers AFFO to be an important measure of performance from operations because AFFO measures the ability to control revenues, expenses and recurring capital expenditures. Core Adjusted Funds from Operations (Core AFFO) Core AFFO is composed of Core FFO less recurring capital expenditures. Core AFFO should not be considered as an alternative to Net income available for MAA common shareholders as an indicator of operating performance. As an owner and operator of real estate, MAA considers Core AFFO to be an important measure of performance from core operations because Core AFFO measures the ability to control revenues, expenses and recurring capital expenditures. Core Funds from Operations (Core FFO) Core FFO represents FFO further adjusted for items that are not considered part of MAA’s core business operations such as adjustments related to the fair value adjustment of the embedded derivative in the MAA Series I preferred shares, adjustments for gains or losses from an unconsolidated limited partnership, merger and integration expenses, mark-to-market debt adjustments, loss or gain on debt extinguishment, net casualty gain or loss and loss or gain on sale of non-depreciable assets. While MAA's definition of Core FFO may be similar to others in the industry, MAA's methodology for calculating Core FFO may differ from that utilized by other REITs and, accordingly, may not be comparable to such other REITs. Core FFO should not be considered as an alternative to Net income available for MAA common shareholders as an indicator of operating performance. MAA believes that Core FFO is helpful in understanding our core operating performance between periods in that it removes certain items that by their nature are not comparable over periods and therefore tend to obscure actual operating performance. EBITDA For purposes of calculations in this release, Earnings Before Interest, Income Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization, or EBITDA, is composed of net income plus depreciation and amortization, interest expense, and income taxes. As an owner and operator of real estate, MAA considers EBITDA to be an important measure of performance from core operations because EBITDA does not include various expense items that are not indicative of operating performance. EBITDA should not be considered as an alternative to Net income as an indicator of operating performance.

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Definitions of Non-GAAP Financial Measures EBITDAre For purposes of calculations in this release, Earnings Before Interest, Income Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization for real estate, or EBITDAre, is composed of EBITDA, as defined above, excluding the gain or loss on sale of depreciable asset sales and plus adjustments to reflect MAA's share of EBITDAre of unconsolidated affiliates. As an owner and operator of real estate, MAA considers EBITDAre to be an important measure of performance from core operations because EBITDAre does not include various expense items that are not indicative of operating performance. While MAA's definition of EBITDAre is in accordance with NAREIT's definition, it may differ from the methodology utilized by other companies to calculate EBITDAre. EBITDAre should not be considered as an alternative to Net income as an indicator of operating performance. Funds Available for Distribution (FAD) FAD is composed of FFO less total capital expenditures, excluding development spending and property acquisitions. FAD should not be considered as an alternative to Net income available for MAA common shareholders as an indicator of operating performance. As an owner and operator of real estate, MAA considers FAD to be an important measure of performance from core operations because FAD measures the ability to control revenues, expenses and total capital expenditures. Funds From Operations (FFO) FFO represents net income available for MAA common shareholders (calculated in accordance with GAAP) excluding gains or losses on disposition of operating properties and asset impairment, plus depreciation and amortization of real estate assets, net income attributable to noncontrolling interests, and adjustments for joint ventures. Because noncontrolling interest is added back, FFO, when used in this document, represents FFO attributable to the Company. While MAA's definition of FFO is in accordance with NAREIT's definition, it may differ from the methodology for calculating FFO utilized by other companies and, accordingly, may not be comparable to such other companies. FFO should not be considered as an alternative to Net income available for MAA common shareholders as an indicator of operating performance. MAA believes that FFO is helpful in understanding operating performance in that FFO excludes depreciation and amortization of real estate assets. MAA believes that GAAP historical cost depreciation of real estate assets is generally not correlated with changes in the value of those assets, whose value does not diminish predictably over time, as historical cost depreciation implies. Gross Assets Gross Assets represents Total assets plus Accumulated depreciation. MAA believes that Gross Assets can be used as a helpful tool in evaluating its balance sheet positions. MAA believes that GAAP historical cost depreciation of real estate assets is generally not correlated with changes in the value of those assets, whose value does not diminish predictably over time, as historical cost depreciation implies. Gross Real Estate Assets Gross Real Estate Assets represents Real estate assets, net plus Accumulated depreciation and Cash and cash equivalents. MAA believes that Gross Real Estate Assets can be used as a helpful tool in evaluating its balance sheet positions. MAA believes that GAAP historical cost depreciation of real estate assets is generally not correlated with changes in the value of those assets, whose value does not diminish predictably over time, as historical cost depreciation implies. Net Debt Net Debt represents Unsecured notes payable and Secured notes payable less Cash and cash equivalents. MAA believes Net Debt is a helpful tool in evaluating its debt position.

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Definitions of Non-GAAP Financial Measures Net Operating Income (NOI) Net Operating Income represents Rental and other property revenues less Total property operating expenses, excluding depreciation, for all properties held during the period, regardless of their status as held for sale. NOI should not be considered as an alternative to Net income available for MAA common shareholders. MAA believes NOI by market is a helpful tool in evaluating the operating performance within MAA's markets because it measures the core operations of property performance by excluding corporate level expenses and other items not related to property operating performance. Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre represents Adjusted EBITDAre further adjusted to exclude certain items that are not considered part of MAA's core business operations such as acquisition and merger and integration expenses. MAA believes Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre is an important performance measure as it adjusts for certain items that by their nature are not comparable over periods and therefore tend to obscure actual operating performance. MAA's definition of Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre may differ from the methodology utilized by other companies to calculate Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre. Recurring Adjusted EBITDAre should not be considered as an alternative to Net income as an indicator of operating performance. Same Store NOI Same Store NOI represents Rental and other property revenues less Total property operating expenses, excluding depreciation, for all properties classified within the Same Store Portfolio during the period. Same Store NOI should not be considered as an alternative to Net income available for MAA common shareholders. MAA believes Same Store NOI is a helpful tool in evaluating the operating performance within MAA's markets because it measures the core operations of property performance by excluding corporate level expenses and other items not related to property operating performance.

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Definitions of Other Key Terms Average Effective Rent per Unit Average Effective Rent per Unit represents the average of gross rent amounts after the effect of leasing concessions for occupied units plus prevalent market rates asked for unoccupied units, divided by the total number of units. Leasing concessions represent discounts to the current market rate. MAA believes average effective rent is a helpful measurement in evaluating average pricing. It does not represent actual rental revenue collected per unit. Average Physical Occupancy Average Physical Occupancy represents the average of the daily physical occupancy for the respective period. Development Communities Communities remain identified as development until certificates of occupancy are obtained for all units under development. Once all units are delivered and available for occupancy, the community moves into the Lease-up Communities portfolio. Lease-up Communities New acquisitions acquired during lease-up and newly developed communities remain in the Lease-up Communities portfolio until stabilized. Communities are considered stabilized after achieving at least 90% occupancy for 90 days. Non-Same Store Portfolio Non-Same Store Portfolio includes recent acquisitions, communities that have been identified for disposition, communities that have undergone a significant casualty loss, and stabilized communities that do not meet the requirements defined by the Same Store Portfolio. Same Store Portfolio MAA reviews its Same Store Portfolio at the beginning of each calendar year, or as significant transactions warrant. Communities are generally added into the Same Store Portfolio if they were owned and stabilized at the beginning of the previous year. Communities are considered stabilized after achieving at least 90% occupancy for 90 days. Communities that have been approved by MAA's Board of Directors for disposition are excluded from the Same Store Portfolio. Communities that have undergone a significant casualty loss are also excluded from the Same Store Portfolio. Unencumbered NOI Unencumbered NOI represents NOI generated by unencumbered assets (as defined in MAALP's bond covenants).

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