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Hotel Investment Off to Slow Start in First Half of 2016

Hotel operating fundamentals are still strong, but capital markets have been far less stable this year. Hotel investment has been cautious this year, with U.S. hotel acquisitions totaling $6.5 billion in Q2—down 50 percent year-over-year. The first half of 2016 ...

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South Korean Firms Eye U.S. Hotel Market

Following the acquisition of a number of high-profile properties on the West Coast and in Hawaii by South Korean investors, lodging experts have identified South Korean interest in U.S. assets an emerging trend in the industry. According to an official ...

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Upswing Cycle for Canadian Hotel Investment Continues

Canada’s lodging investment market continued its upward trajectory in 2014 with deal volume increasing by 28 percent year-over-year, reaching $1.46 billion, according to the 2015 Canadian Hotel Investment Report released yesterday by Colliers International Hotels. This performance marks the fourth ...

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Total U.S. Hotel Investment Tops $30 Billion

Total U.S. Hotel Investment Tops $30 Billion

In 2014, total investment in the U.S. lodging industry was an estimated $30.8 billion, reports Lodging Econometrics. Of the 1,292 hotels that were transacted, 935 reported a selling price into the public domain. The average selling price per room for ...

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8 Habits of Effective Hotel Investors

8 Habits of Effective Hotel Investors

As investment strategies go, food trucks and graffiti are about as outside the box as you can get, yet these are both part of Jon Bortz’s immediate plans. Innovative property upgrades are integral to his approach in generating outsized returns ...

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Average Selling Price Per Room on the Rise

Average Selling Price Per Room on the Rise

The competition for properties in certain markets is heating up among buyers, as REITs and private equity groups with similar strategic objectives compete for large, high-end hotels in the central business districts of major cities—key areas that have experienced a ...

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