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Texas Has Largest Pipeline in U.S.

According to a recent United States Construction Pipeline Trend Report from Lodging Econometrics (LE), Texas has the largest pipeline of any state with 673 projects/72,747 rooms. Houston, Dallas, and Austin account for 55 percent of all hotel development in Texas ...

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Dallas, Nashville, and Atlanta Markets on Fire

Lodging Econometrics reports that Dallas, Nashville, and Atlanta have the fastest growing hotel construction pipelines in the U.S. Dallas increased its pipeline by 41 projects year-over-year, and now has 128 projects/16,124 rooms. Nashville has 89 projects/11,566 rooms, an increase of ...

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Marriott Leads Upscale Hotel Sales

Lodging Econometrics reports that in the first quarter of 2016 there were 15 Marriott-branded upscale hotel sales in the United States that had selling prices reported into the public domain. The average selling price per room (ASPR) for these Marriott-branded ...

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Hotel Sale Prices Down in Q1, Expected to Rebound

According to analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE), through March of this year there were 186 hotel transactions where selling prices were reported into the public domain for an Average Selling Price Per Room (ASPR) of $148,918, a 7 percent decline ...

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Hotel Transactions Off to Slow Start in First Quarter

Despite some hefty mergers and acquisitions in the news recently, 2016’s transaction activity is off to a slow start. According to Lodging Econometrics’ latest U.S. Transactions Trend Report, there were 252 hotel transactions in Q1–the lowest volume recorded since Q3 ...

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2015 Marks Record High in Hotel Selling Prices

There’s no question that 2015 was a great year for the lodging industry, and, as year-end numbers start to roll in, analysts are starting to see just how good it was. According to Lodging Econometrics, the average selling price per ...

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